Harley-Davidson® 2022

16- Month Calendar September 2021 Through December 2022

Harley-Davidson® 2022 16- Month Calendar September 2021 Through December 2022
$15.99 / £11.99
Format: Calendar, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780760373811
Publisher: Motorbooks
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Harley-Davidson® 2022 offers 16 months of freedom machines from the world’s most legendary motorcycle manufacturer.

Produced in cooperation with Harley-Davidson®, this new Motorbooks wall calendar features Harley-Davidson’s latest machines. Harley-Davidson® 2022 showcases stunning portraits of line-up favorites like Fat Bob®, Softail®, Sportster®, bespoke CVO tourers, and the all-new Pan America adventure bike.

Harley-Davidson® has reigned as America’s top motorcycle manufacturer for more than a century, and each month, Harley-Davidson® 2022 reminds riders and fans why.

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The Editors of Motorbooks know their craft. Motorbooks is among the world’s leading transportation publishers, offering books created by motoring’s top photographers and writers, many created in cooperation with major automotive and motorcycle manufacturers and enthusiast-media outlets.

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Format: Calendar, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780760373811
Illustrations: 13 color photos
Size: 12 in x 12 in / 304.8 mm x 304.8 mm

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