1929 Harley-Davidson JDH / Buzz Kanter

Two years ago Buzz Kanter, Editor-in-Chief of American Iron Magazine, rode his 1915 Harley-Davidson across most of the United States in the first Motorcycle Cannonball endurance ride. And now he’s about to do it again on this very rare 1929 Harley JDH. That’s 6,366 km on an 83-year-old bike.

This JDH will be a little quicker than the machine Buzz rode two years go: It’s essentially a detuned factory race engine in a standard JD street chassis. Harley offered the JDH Two Cam in very limited quantities, and only during 1928 and 1929. Many believe there are less than 1,500 real JDHs left in the world, and most of them are in museums or private collections — via Bike EXIF

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