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  • Harley XR 750 registry ?

    Just wondering if anyone knows of a Harley XR 750 registry in existence? With all the hard and long racing I wonder how many are left from original factory run from1980 down.
    #7558 Take me on and you take on the whole trailer park!

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    This Club is pretty Good Knuck.

    Harley-Davidson XR750 Fan Page
    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...yFE-yLm7bctRzb

    *Another 1. http://www.hi-speedmotorcycles.com/

    *M.A.D.*
    Last edited by JoJo357; 10-14-2020, 10:57 PM.

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    • #3
      Wasseon a year or so ago. Gotta love em.



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      • #4
        [QUOTE=FNG1;193748]Wasseon a year or so ago. Gotta love em.


        **MR. XR750 set-up every year at Wauseon for a long time. I could never catch him at his Rig to bS with him, but he had a Helluva XR Collection.

        **https://youtu.be/SpByQ46CZDU >>>Hunting Harley's Wauseon XR750 Lines Up. *YouTube.

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        *M.A.D.*
        Last edited by JoJo357; 10-15-2020, 12:04 AM.

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        • #5
          Thanks JoJo, guess I'll have to get on Facebook one of these days. Went to Wasseon for the first time a couple years ago and saw Mr XR 750 display, just amazing. I always wanted an XR and finally picked one up last month. Have a few friends that raced them and they were it to me. I use to help push start my friends a few times at the races. Seems there should be a place to list all the engine numbers of surviving factory XR 750 bikes.
          #7558 Take me on and you take on the whole trailer park!

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          • #6
            Had an opportunity to pick-up Kevin Atherton's XR a couple years back. A friend i raced with bought it from Tom Cummings when all of those guys were with the Benson Ford Jr.'s Total Control Racing Team (TCR). I passed because of the year of that motor, which i can't recall, but the bearings were SUpER Expensive if a rebuild was ever performed. Rode some friends XR's over the years--they are Torque Beast's, and a GAS and a 1/2 to ride. Enjoy & have fun with your XR KNUCK.
            fullsizeoutput_c7f.jpg >>>MR. XR? I'm pretty sure that Land Yacht at Wauseon had Ohio Plates. I remember seeing this ad on & off in Buzz Walneck's Rag over the years. The ad is from May 1995. I wonder if that phone # is any good? If anyone would know of an XR registry, that guy would.
            1016200304-00.jpg >>>Crummy pic of the TCR Atherton XR.

            *M.A.D.*
            Last edited by JoJo357; 10-16-2020, 04:26 AM.

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            • #7
              I think you're speaking of John Steel at Hi-Speed Motorcycles, same 7-digit ph# with different/newer area code.

              Website link... https://www.hi-speedmotorcycles.com/

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                Originally posted by badger34 View Post
                I think you're speaking of John Steel at Hi-Speed Motorcycles, same 7-digit ph# with different/newer area code.

                Website link... https://www.hi-speedmotorcycles.com/
                Well after all this time, ya' still learn something new. Always wondered who owned all those XR's. Mystery solved--Thanks Badger34.
                And, he must be MR.XR that parks his BIG XR Rig at Wauseon i take it. Haven't seen that line-up lately at Wauseon tho'.

                *M.A.D.*

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                • #9
                  In conclusion, i would have to say that it would easier to be a TT Man, than it would to be an XR Guy.

                  24130213_1982900445259551_63996892830242900_o.jpg >>1963-67

                  *M.A.D.*

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