This stunning book charts the complete history and evolution of this famous motorbike, from nuts and bolts to cultural significance. It covers the incredible history of the machine, from its humble beginnings through its rise to become the largest motorcycle company in the world, its bankruptcy and near demise in the 1980s, to its eventual rebirth in the 1990s.
It features a chronological guide to every Harley model ever produced, from the 1906 Silent Gray Fellow to the VR1000 superbike of today.
With over 570 photographs, it is the ultimate reference for everyone from newly converted enthusiasts and experienced riders to historians and collectors.
Mac McDiarmid is an internationally renowned motorcycle journalist and photographer who has ridden Harley-Davidson motorbikes in four continents. A former editor of Bike magazine, he has seven previous books to his credit and is also a regular contributor to motorcycle magazines.