Some of the most interesting, groundbreaking, or just plain weird motorcycles that have appeared in the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum.
1932 Harley-Davidson Hillclimber
Long before Supercross or Superbike was king, the ultimate battleground for motorcycles in the U.S. was hillclimb racing: one rider, one machine in an all-out run to conquer a steep, gnarly hill.
Back in the sport’s heyday in the 1920s and ’30s, the largest factories—Harley-Davidson, Excelsior and Indian—spared no expense to build some of the trickest factory racers anyone had ever seen.
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