The Great Depression ravages America and cripples the motorcycle industry. With their company on the brink of ruin, Walter, Arthur, and Bill flout conventional wisdom by embarking on their most ambitious and expensive design yet.
Did You Know?
The Knucklehead name wasn't actually used by the company when the 1936 EL was first introduced; they simply called it the "OHV", standing for Overhead Valve. It wasn't until the postwar chopper culture when bikers identified the OHV-style engines by their valve covers. See more
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