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Corey Hillebo Engl 105 LF 1/29/07 Vehicles on Two Wheels Since 1867 motorcycles have been part of American History. The first one had a steam engine. There is just something fascinating about motorcycles to most people. This could be due to the fact that it shows off a bad boy/girl side. It makes them feel tough, and no one in the world can tough them. Driving down the road with the wind in the hair just doesn’t seem any more “American.” Through the years came faster, more powerful motorcycles, which made them more dangerous. One would think the more dangerous something is, the less they would do it. This situation seems almost opposite. It seems the faster and more dangerous they got the more people jumped on the bandwagon. Basically, there are three main types of motorcycles. First is the corner stone of American motorcycles, the cruiser, or better known as the Harley Davidson. In 1903 Harley Davidson came out with the first cruiser bike. This bike was for mainly leisure use. It would be the bike to
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course ENGL 105 taught by Professor Jaekel during the Spring '05 term at Iowa State.

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