1923 Harley-Davidson
(engine right side)

		side of engine of 1923 Harley Davidson]
    On February 22, 1921, Harley-Davidson's,  Otto Walker,  entered the record books when he became the first man in the world to win a motorcycle race at an average speed of over 100 mph.  He accomplished this at the Fresno, California board track on an 8-valve, banjo 2-cam.  Walker exceeded 107 mph in the 1-mile time trial,  104 mph in the 15-mile event,  and 101 mph in the 50-mile race.

    Notice the oversize oil pump and brass cover on the cam chest.

Installed:  April 12, 1997
Revised:  June 28, 2003