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01:55  12 january  2019
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That Time Harley Sued Honda For Building Imitation Harleys

That Time Harley Sued Honda For Building Imitation Harleys The Honda Shadow ACE hit too close to the mark Harley-Davidson wasn't doing so well in the 1980s and 1990s. The company was alive but had a reputation for selling overpriced cruisers that were woefully unreliable. Meanwhile, the Big Four Japanese manufacturers—Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, and Yamaha—were doing well with their Universal Japanese Motorcycles here in the States and decided to start building cruisers to appeal to more of the American market.

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Christmas Cheer For Riders Who Don't Own Harleys© 2018 Hallmark Keepake 1969 Honda CB750 K0

Hallmark 1969 Honda CB750 Keepsake Ornament

There are plenty of Harley-Davidson branded decorative items out there, too many really, and untold generic Christmas "biker" and "motorcycle" themed knick-knacks, so this new offering from Hallmark is a welcome change. The 2018 Hallmark Keepsake Ornament depicting the 1969 Honda CB750 K0, in candy red Metallica, is about as accurate a replica as you could hope for in this scale, which is about the size of your hand. Roughly, it is 4 inches long, and 2 1/2 inches tall, and 1 1/2 inches wide; too small for Barbie, but too big for your Star Wars action figures.

How A Rental Harley Turned Me On To Cruisers

How A Rental Harley Turned Me On To Cruisers I wasn't a cruiser fan before, but a rental Street Glide showed me the appeal. I used to be one of those riders. You know, the type who thought their bike was best and that Harley-Davidsons were unreliable pieces of junk. I became friends with some very nice Harley riders, but I still had a negative perspective on the bikes themselves. Then I put 500 miles on a Street Glide in two days. It completely changed my mind about not only Harleys but cruisers in general. It was January 2014. I'd just accepted a new job and gave myself a week off to go someplace warm and rent a motorcycle to celebrate.

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There have been numerous Harley-Davidson official Hallmark releases over the year commemorating important bikes, like the 1971 Superglide, but a quick search confirms that this is the first non-HD Hallmark motorcycle. No longer do you have to re-purpose toys in order to hang the original superbike on your tree. Though if you are fans of anything other than Honda you are still out of luck. Tangentially motorcycle related, and very strangely,, if you are a fan of Darryl's custom post-apocalypse Honda Nighthawk from "The Walking Dead" there is also a Keepsake ornament for that.

It is not really surprising that the Honda CB750 would be the first of the Japanese bikes to be made into an ornament, but it is odd that they would do it for 2018, and not wait for the 50th anniversary next year. Now that Hallmark and Honda have a relationship, perhaps we will get more iconic bikes to hang on the tree? A red 1960s Super Cub (with Santa riding it?) would be great and recreate their famous "You meet the nicest people..." ad from back in the day. Their early, insanely complex, yet classic looking five and six cylinder grand prix bikes from the 1960s would be sweet as well.

I found my example at Kohls, but you can get them online, at your local Hallmark store, and many other places. They are well made, but be careful with the handlebars and mirrors, as I dropped mine and already broke one shooting the photos.

Harley-Davidson is targeting the “next generation of riders” with electric bikes for kids.
Harley is buying StaCyc, a company that makes electric bikes for kids. If that seems off-brand, it's because Harley is trying to expand its brand. The company has struggled to attract customers for its gas-guzzling “hogs” beyond Baby Boomer diehards, while also suffering from tariffs imposed by the EU in retaliation for duties introduced by the Trump administration. Harley expects to ship as few as 217,000 motorcycles in 2019, which would be the lowest total in eight years. It shipped 229,000 worldwide last year.

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