Harley – Davidson model B (30 cc).
In 1930, the company “Harley-Davidson” developed model “B”, which at the same time replaced many older models. By 1932 the model was “brought to mind”, free of numerous technological mistakes (including principal) – a new flywheel and clutch. The Big Twin engine produced 30 hp. And it was the best motorcycle from the company on the market. In 1936, it was replaced by a new VLH model, whose engine could produce 34 hp with a motorcycle weight of 247 kg.
Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Moscow
Years of production: 1930-1936
Country of origin: USA
Issued: 17422 items
Weight: 230 kg
Power: 30 hp
Speed: 130 km/h