Harley-Davidsons first bike was a 1970s Triumph TR-4.
Today it’s a tricycle.
But in the early 1970s, Schwinn was a struggling mechanic working for a car dealer in Michigan.
He was starting his own company, Schwimm Auto, and it was one of the first to make bicycles that weren’t based on old Triumphs.
Schwinn started working on his own motorcycle, and he built it out of a 1969 Triumph FZR100.
In 1975, Schwann sold Schwimm Automotive to Harley- Davidson, which renamed it Schwinn, and took over the company in 1983.
Since then, Schwintons bikes have become synonymous with high-end performance and design.
A Harley-davidson tricycle costs more than $500,000, and is a prized piece of Harley- Davidson heritage.
In 1981, the company took a gamble by buying another company, the Stetson Motorcycle Company, which was selling its own bikes and producing its own parts.
The Stetsons business model was to build the bikes and parts themselves, but they also offered a service: they would supply the bikes with parts and advice on building them.
That meant they had to be designed and built by Harley- and Kawasaki-trained engineers.
Schwinn decided to focus on building bikes that could be ridden, but he also wanted to make them fun and easy to ride.
He decided on a bike that could take you from point A to point B with a very minimal amount of effort.
The frame was made from the same material as the motorcycle’s frame, so there was no extra material to add.
The front fork, which sits on the frame, was built from the rear of the motorcycle.
The rear suspension is made of a high-strength composite, with no springs or bearings.
The front fork was also a custom one that was fabricated from a high strength alloy.
It’s a metal that’s extremely light, so it’s easier to build than steel.
That gives the bike a very light weight and also helps it travel better.
Schwintos bikes are made of carbon fiber, which is stronger than steel and less susceptible to damage, and they use a special type of rubber that’s specially designed to absorb the impacts that could damage the bicycle.
All of these parts, in fact, were all created with a single goal in mind: to be fun and light.
I was really impressed with the bike.
It had the ability to take me anywhere, and that’s really a big thing for a bike.
Schwimm told me the bike was the first motorcycle I’d ever ridden in front of a camera.
The bike was actually designed by Schwinn himself.
Schwynks bike had no brakes, just the front wheel and a small, single-speed cassette that had to stay in the frame.
I had this bike for two years.
The second time I got one, I was so happy, I couldn’t stop riding.
I was riding it every day, because I could not stand on it.
I wanted to go for a long ride, and I got a little bored, so I took the bike to a friend and said, “You know, I think I’d like to take it to a big race and ride it.
Would you be interested in taking it?”
I was thinking, “Why not?”
So I said, I’d love to have the bike, and then he said, well, let’s see what happens.
Schwynks friend came to the store and took it to the race, and the bike came back to me, and my friends were cheering me on.
I thought it was fantastic.
I loved it.
The next time I saw it, I said to my friends, I’m really excited to have a bike with this kind of grip.
It was the same thing that I thought I loved.
When Schwinn first got the bike made, it was a very unique machine.
It didn’t have any brakes, and there was nothing on it to slow you down.
But Schwynys engineers knew that if they were going to build a bike like that, they needed a lightweight, easy-to-ride, fun-to ride, fun bike.
They had to get it to have that, and Schwinn knew how to do that.
He took the most common component of a motorcycle, the front fork and added a large, two-piece frame.
He then added a very strong, lightweight carbon-fiber composite that had no springs.
Schwin also designed a small carbon-tube, and added shock absorbers, so the bike would not hit you if you rode off-road.
He also added a small front brake called a Schwinn-Schwinton shock absorber.
Then he added a light weight steel fork