Category Archives: Indian Motorcycles

Information About Biker Patches

Biker patches are used to distinguish biker clubs from one another. While their main purpose is to denote affiliation, the design can be used to express one’s belief, achievement or certain deeds the biker has done. The One, Two and Three Piece Patch The one-piece patch usually refers to motorcycle...
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History of the Suzuki A100 Motorcycle

The Suzuki A100 was in many ways the typical motorcycle being produced by the Japanese in the last 1960s and early ’70s. It was small, frugal with petrol, and usually quite reliable. The A100 was also a hit with commuters looking for a comfortable, inexpensive ride. Like so many other...
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Motorcycle History – Fun Facts For Kids

Kids, the first motorcycle sold was a Hildebrand and Wolfmuller. This was in 1894 when many kids rode bicycles… Engines and Frames Bicycle companies put a new invention, the internal combustion engine, onto their bicycles. When new engines became more powerful the standard bicycle frames, wheels and chains could not...
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Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

Owning a Harley-Davidson means owning a piece of American history. The proper name contains the hyphen since it is actually a combination of the last names of the original designers/owners, William S. Harley (who drew up the plans for the original engine in 1901 at the age of 22) and...
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A Brief History of Yamaha

Although the first Yamaha motorcycle didn’t appear until the mid fifties, the company’s history dates back to 1887, when the father of the company, Torakusa Yamaha began producing reed organs. The Yamaha Motor Corporation sprang into life on July 1st 1955, and remains part of the Yamaha Group. It has...
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