1937 Harley Flathead reaches speed of 148mph at Bonneville

Paul Friebus of American Cycle Fabrication sets a Land Speed Record on his 1937 Harley Flathead at Bonneville 2009. His fastest speed was 148.166mph making it the fastest naturally aspirated Flathead at Bonneville.

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1941 ULH HARLEY DAVIDSON FLATHEAD





Chris Ireland's Indian, Bonneville Speed Week 2012
This is a longer version of my 1942 Indian Scout at Bonneville. She was shipped over with 5 other Brit bikes. I did 120mph on the Dyno in the UK at sea level but the Salt's a great leveller & I manage 81.5mph, but still not bad for a 70 year old sidevalve & it put a huge grin on my face! It took 2 years to save for this & I'll be back in 2 years time, as I now have "Salt Fever".





1940 UL HARLEY DAVIDSON FLATHEAD




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