Did anyone see that Harley will no longer field a factory team for flat track racing? I read the article that they were ending collaboration with V & H, because of it.
At least they got rid of that IDIOT president last year that thought his roll was of an apologist for the only good for recreation motorcycle community who was on the edge of his seat with excitement over driver-less vehicles and actually saw nothing wrong with reps from the motorcycle manufactures being blocked from the annual meeting discussing the technology.It seems like the MoCo is divesting a lot of programs lately. They recently announced discontinuing Milwaukee Summerfest support and dissing the Harley Davidson Road House on the Summerfest grounds. Maybe they need some extra cash to manufacture those bicycles !
Thanks, I have been watching this issue you mention. Knowledge can be a valuable thing. I know of 2 Indians with the broken necks. One occurred because of an accident...the neck breaking did not cause it. The other involved a motorcycle heavily modified and used a side car. I can see the side car and heavy riding putting undue stresses on the steering head. The particular rider lived and has posted about this on some Indian websites.It's my understanding that the broken heads cause the accident. Pot holes and rough roads cause the problem. Polaris is supposed have a clamp kit that helps strengthen the casting. They are refusing to do a recall. Be careful.