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[[Image:1975 Harley-Davidson RR250.jpg|right|thumb|1975 Harley-Davidson RR250]]
 
[[Image:1975 Harley-Davidson RR250.jpg|right|thumb|1975 Harley-Davidson RR250]]
Available through your local [[Harley-Davidson]] dealer, the RR250 was eligible for [[AMA]] Class C racing.  The US versions used [[Mikuni]] [[carburetors]], while the European counterparts had Italian Dell'Orto.  Ceriani four leading shoe front [[drum brake]] was standard equipment, but this machine has the "factory only" twin disc setup.  These machines were built by Harley-Davidson's subsidiary [[Aermacchi]].  Harley needed a line of small capacity entry level machines to attract younger potential customers into their dealerships, so they purchased this old established company.
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Available through your local [[Harley-Davidson]] dealer, the RR250 was eligible for AMA Class C racing.  The US versions used [[Mikuni]] [[carburetors]], while the European counterparts had Italian Dell'Orto.  Ceriani four leading shoe front [[drum brake]] was standard equipment, but this machine has the "factory only" twin disc setup.  These machines were built by Harley-Davidson's subsidiary [[Aermacchi]].  Harley needed a line of small capacity entry level machines to attract younger potential customers into their dealerships, so they purchased this old established company.
 
 
==See also==
 
*[[Bimota 250RR]]
 
*[[List of Harley motorcycles]]
 
 
 
 
 
{{Harley}}
 
  
 
[[Category:Harley-Davidson motorcycles]]
 
[[Category:Harley-Davidson motorcycles]]

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