Tagged: XLCR

Zero-Mile Display Piece: 1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR for Sale

Zero-Mile Display Piece: 1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR for Sale

A bike that was a bit ahead of it’s time, at least by Harley-Davidson standards, the stylish, any-color-you-want-as-long-as-it’s-black, cafe racer-styled Harley XLCR didn’t convince the ever-conservative faithful when it was introduced. The bike didn’t...

Impossibly Low-Mileage1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR Cafe Racer for Sale

Impossibly Low-Mileage1977 Harley-Davidson XLCR Cafe Racer for Sale

The sinister black Harley Davidson XLCR brings to mind Spinal Tap’s infamous Smell The Glove album cover: “It’s like, how much more black can it be?  And the answer is none.  None more black.” ...

XL Cafe Racer Project

XL Cafe Racer Project

The term Cafe Racer has been used a lot lately, almost to the point of annoyance. Just put some clubman’s on your Honda, paint it flat black and call it Cafe Racer. Back in...

Willie G’s mistake: 1977 XLCR 1000

Willie G’s mistake: 1977 XLCR 1000

For Sale: Harley Davidson XLCR 1000 This is one of those bikes that always seems to evoke a bit of emotion with readers. Conceived during the mid 70’s as a way to cash in...

1977 XLCR  on Ebay

1977 XLCR on Ebay

Here we have Harley’s first attempt at a sport bike/cafe racer. This is the famous design of Willie G. Davidson, who took a regular Sportster and added all the cafe racer “must-haves” of the...