The art of the motorcycle engine has evolved dramatically since the days of the F-Head. In 1921, a Harley-Davidson became the first motorcycle to win a race with an average speed of 100 miles per hour.
The engine — and motorcycles engines in general — have changed dramatically since the early days. Time and technology have taken their toll in both good and bad ways, some would say. During a recent staff meeting here at the J&P Cycles headquarters in Anamosa, Iowa, our resident motorcycle experts and enthusiasts thought it would be interesting to highlight the history of the v-twin engine. From the F-Head, to its evolution as a Harley engine, to the current day Revolution, the Big-Twin motor has been a mainstay in the industry.
Below is the product of that curiosity that we want to share with you and the world. Please feel free to download and repost The Historic Timeline of Big Twin Motors infographic to share with other Big Twin enthusiasts.
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