Harley Davidson XR750


An engraved picture of the 1972 Harley Davidson XR750, which is a racing motorcycle made by Harley Davidson since 1970, primarily for dirt track racing, but also for road racing in the XRTT variant. The XR750 was designed in response to a 1969 change in the AMA Grand National Championship rules that leveled the playing field for makes other than Harley Davidson, allowing Japanese and British motorcycles to outperform the previously dominant Harley Davidson KR race bike. The XR750 went on to win the most races in the history of American Motorcyclist Association racing.
The XR750 is associated with the careers of racers Mark Brelsford, Cal Rayborn, Jay Springsteen, and was the favourite motorcycle of famous stunt performer Evel Knievel. Knievel used the bike from 1970 until his final jump in 1977. An XR750 was included in the 1998 “The Art of the Motorcycle” exhibition, and one of Knievel’s bikes are in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.

Engraved on top grade 304 (18/10) stainless steel
Frame size is 23,5cm (9,25″) x 17,5cm (6,9″)

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Weight1 kg
Dimensions23 × 15 × 3 cm