Cover: On of the fads of the 1970’s was “cafe bikes.” The standard base for this look was usually centered around a British bike. The fad was wide spread, however, and eventually included Japanese bikes and, for two years, Harley-Davidson. In 1977 the XLCR was introduced to a mild welcome. While it had a unique look, most people who wanted a cafe bike didn’t want it to be a Harley. Today, everything Harley is collectible and the XLCR is one of the limited edition machines that is in big demand.
Contents: Cover Story: 1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR; Van Order Collection -part XVI -photos from a road race in Venice, Calif. in 1915; The Friedman Files -photos and overview of AMA Grand National season finale at Ascot in 1968; Auction Results; Profile: Todd Henning – his road to the top; This Old Bike -update on our 1918 Excelsior project bike; Special Feature: The Pennington Motorcycle pt. 1 of 4; Track Test: CCM 500; more
1994 August / September Motorcycle Collector Magazine Back-Issue available at www.DadsVintageAds.com