Harley-Davidson is synonymous with V-Twins, but The Motor Company’s early years featured a few Singles as well. Those early years also saw Harley take on the likes of Indian and others at the board-track races which were known to have fierce competition. This 1929 H-D 348cc Peashooter was built to compete in the “slower” 350cc class, but over the years its development made it nearly as quick as the 500cc trackers. As you can see in this picture, the bike doesn’t have brakes and barely has front suspension (rigid rear). The low handlebars make it clear that this bike had one purpose only – racing. The example above is currently housed at the Barber Museum in Alabama.