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A Harley "Peashooter" in action.  Harley Davidson were the bikes to own in the early to mid 1920s.  They were the best bikes on the dirt until the British Douglas and Rudge came along in the late 1920s and by 1931 the British bikes were joined and quickly overtaken by the JAP another British maker based in Tottenham.
 

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