No brakes. No clutch. No transmission. No problem. This 1926 Harley-Davidson “Peashooter” was, after all, a full-on factory racer. Anything that didn’t help it go faster was just dead weight that was removed in a quest for victory.
In the late ’20s, the fledgling AMA held races in a variety of engine classes, and the smallest was the 21-cubic-inch (350cc) class. This single-cylinder Harley is an example of the bikes that usually led the standings.
– American Motorcyclist Association.
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