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Tame Your Inner Harley...
In 1901, the first Harley-Davidson got its start on paper when William Harley drew plans for an 116cc engine for use in a pedal-bike frame. Harley and his friend Arthur Davidson spent two years building their HOG but after an initial test run discovered their bike's inability to climb hills without pedal assistance.
Back to work, Harley and Davidson began construction on what is considered the actual first Harley-Davidson motorcycle using a bigger 405cc engine. The bigger engine and accompanying loop-frame design removed the bike from the motorized-bicycle category into what eventually became known as motorcycles. This Harley debuted in September 1904 in a motorcycle race and placed fourth.
Today, Harley-Davidson motorcycle stands as an American icon and its logo, the "Bar & Shield" is one of the most recognized in the world. And about those HOGS - that term originated back in the 1920s when a Harley team used a hog as their mascot and paraded the animal on their Harley-Davidson whenever they won a race.
MotoSport's inventory of Harley-Davidson parts is one of the largest on the web. Our supply of Harley parts goes back to those 1984 models like the Electra-Glide and Soft Tail through current year models. So whether you need new tires, a chain and sprocket kit or you are looking to change out the exhaust system we have the after-market parts that fit your Harley-Davidson.
So, when it's time to saddle down off your Harley to perform routine maintenance or more complex upgrades on your HOG, MotoSport is the best place on the web to get the Harley-Davidson parts you need.
If you need help finding the right parts or not sure if a specific part is right for your Harley-Davidson then call or toll free line 866-677-7338 or chat with an expert. Get the largest selection of Harley-Davidson parts to your door and free shipping on any order over $79 from MotoSport!