The bobbed Indian hill climb went well.
But what about the landing?
From the looks of the bike, headlight, no chains on the rear wheel, fish tail pipe, etc. he probably road it to the hill climb.
🙂 🙂 🙂
Love this pic
now that was “back in the day”
Like a BOSS!!!
If he was able to get it up there, with that kind of ability, it’s a cinch he made a smooth landing!
Fairly certain I’m wrong, but it almost looks like a “for sale” sign wedged in the back. Perhaps he was showing a prospective buyer just how must power the old girl really had. I can hear it now……I’LL TAKE IT!!!
1946 Chief. Awesome bike on or off road. Done many a mile on them but never this airborne though. This guy has it all under control and beat all the Harley’s that day. I think I might have ended up with that bike years ago. I was told it had 1lady owner lol. Hmmm
Very Cool !!!!!!
He’s “on” something.
The kid sitting there on the edge of the cliff doesn’t seem too impressed.
Why should there be a problem with the landing….???
He’s sitting OK and already made it to the top.
That’s no hill climb. That’s a standard 1950’s era test drive.
I think the guy’s rear wheel didn’t clear the edge. Not enough forward momentum. Why’s that? Because it’s a Flathead. 🙂
Look at the tires. We can see the rear tread clearly. The bike’s hung-up in mid air. He’s going no higher, because his weight is going to drive the frame straight down – probably landing on the frame underneath the transmission.
Bent-frame-city. Limping it on back home.
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