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1. The very first Harley-Davidson was created by three brothers and their friend. What are their names?
2. Where was the first Harley-Davidson building located?
3. In which year did the police department start using the Harley-Davidson?
4. In 1913, how many motorcycles were produced by Harley-Davidson?
5. True or False: The Harley-Davidson motorcycles were used during World War I?
6. In 1922, Harley-Davidson created a bike so that they could test their new product. Even in 2002 this feature is just one of many that makes the Harley so special. What was the special feature that was added to the motorcycles 1922?
7. In 1936, Harley-Davidson manufactured a cycle that had a 61 cu in. overhead valve engine. What nickname did the company give this bike?
8. After World War II, Harley-Davidson was awarded the 'E' award by the Navy, for their support of the Allied forces by creating perfect cycles for the government?
9. In 1948, Harley-Davidson created yet another motorcycle. This cycle sported a new 74 cu in. engine with hydraulic valve lifters and aluminum heads. What is the name of this bike?
10. In 1953, Harley-Davidson's oldest competitor closed its doors. What was the name of their competition?
11. In 1957, Harley-Davidson created the bike that would boost them to stardom. This bike design is still in existence today. What is the name of this bike?
12. In 1965, a world land speed record of 177.225 mph for 250CC motorcycles on a modified Harley-Davidson Sprint was set. What is the name of the man who set this record?
13. In 1974, Harley-Davidson built a second manufacturing plant. Which city and state was this plant built in?
14. In March of 1987, Harley-Davidson asked the International Trade Commission to terminate the imposed tariffs that had been in place against Japanese manufacturers of motorcylces?
15. In July 2001, Harley-Davidson released VRSCA V-Rod. What type of engine does this motorcycle have?
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