Some of the most interesting, groundbreaking, or just plain weird motorcycles that have appeared in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum.
Mert Lawwill's 1969 Harley-Davidson KR750
On paper, Harley-Davidson’s KR750 wasn’t the most technologically advanced bike you’d see on a racetrack in 1969. In fact, the KR was hardly revolutionary when it was introduced in 1952.
But looks can be deceiving. For 12 of the first 13 years of the AMA’s Grand National Championship series, Harley KRs held off technically superior bikes from Triumph, BSA, Matchless and Norton to claim the series title.
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