A Harley-Davidson is more than a motorcycle. It is a symbol of Americana, built from the ground up by founders Walter and Arthur Davidson and Bill Harley. Harley and the Davidsons charts the birth of this iconic bike during a time of great social and technological change beginning at the turn of the 20th century. Together these three young men, the sons of blue-collar immigrants, gave everything they had to ensure the survival of the company they founded.
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Focused and intense, with a steely confidence, Walter was Harley-Davidson’s President. The company was his life. Without formal business training, Walter had to grow into his role as president quickly. Born in Milwaukee in 1876 to blue-collar parents, Walter was the fourth of six talented kids. He became the practical force behind Arthur and Bill’s fledgling company - the man who converted Harley’s visions into cold hard steel and propelled their dreams of producing motorcycles into reality.
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