The 10 Most Important Harley-Davidson Motorcycles

Harley-Davidson Model 1: The very first Harley-Davidson motorcycle, built in 1903, marked the beginning of the iconic brand.

Harley-Davidson Knucklehead: Introduced in 1936, it featured an overhead valve engine design and set the stage for Harley's modern V-twin engines.

Harley-Davidson Panhead: Released in 1948, it introduced hydraulic valve lifters and a distinctive pan-shaped valve cover.

Harley-Davidson Sportster: Introduced in 1957, it became a popular choice for performance-oriented riders and enthusiasts.

Harley-Davidson Electra Glide: First introduced in 1965, it popularized the touring bike segment with its comfortable ride and amenities.

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy: Debuted in 1990, it gained fame through its appearance in the movie "Terminator 2" and became an iconic cruiser.

Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide: Known for its custom look and aggressive styling, it was a hit among the custom bike crowd.