OverviewHarley-Davidsons were produced from 1909 until 1914 as Model 5,6,7,8,9 &10. They were equipped with a single cylinder 30.2 c.i. engine and 28" wheels. These bikes varied from the regular models by the magneto.
During the same production years there were also B,C,D and E variations.
From 1926-29 Model A's were also produced with a chain drive single cylinder 21.098 ci engine.
Their features are as follows:
|A||1909-14||5,6,7,8,9,10||Single||30.2 ci||battery ignition||28"|
|C||1909-1918||5,6,7,10,11,16,17,18||Single||30.2 ci||battery ignition||26"|
|E||1912 & 18||X8E, 18E||Twin||60.34 ci||magneto|
- The Harley Davidson Motor Company by David Wright.
- Standard Catalog of American Motorcycles 1898-1981 by Jerry Hatfield