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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.
 
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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==See also==
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*[[Bimota 250RR]]
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*[[List of Harley motorcycles]]
 
[[Category:Harley-Davidson motorcycles]]
 
[[Category:Harley-Davidson motorcycles]]

Revision as of 15:21, 7 July 2010

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.

See also