Today we're looking at this unique 1928 Harley Hillclimber - the only known of its type. Dale and Matt discovered this machine on the hit TV show "What's In The Barn?" and the bike is still a mystery today. Dale's Wheels Through Time Museum, located in Maggie Valley, NC, features over 375 American motorcycles, unique cars, and transportation history. For more information about the museum, visit 🤍🤍wheelsthroughtime.com To learn more about "The Drive for History," visit 🤍🤍wheelsthroughtime.com/donate To purchase tickets for a chance to win the 2020 Raffle Bike, visit 🤍🤍wheelsthroughtime.com/win-this-bike Like these videos and want more exclusive content? Become a member of "Dale's Channel" at 🤍🤍daleschannel.tv Facebook.com/wheelsthroughtime Instagram.com/wheels through time
You guys do amazing work.
Amount of knowledge that you and your dad had. Is unbelievable. Your doing such a good job. I can't believe how much you know. I've been watching a lot of your videos. Extremely smart person.
I have been binge watching these videos since I saw you on bikes and beards. I can’t wait to see it in person.
I really enjoy your channel...
You are so knollagible ,
Back in the 60s we use to watch
the Hell's Angels, and the POBOBS
Race up motor cycle hill ,here in Bloomington California...
The Hell's Angels started in Fontana , and the POBOBS started here in Bloomington..
Dear Matt. I miss a Video on your JDH-XR you built for Born Free! I remember a Video where you showed it at the end of the video just for a short time, but sadly I can't find it anymore... Can you please let me know which video it was, or could you maybe even upload a special about it? It is one of the coolest bikes I have ever seen!
Thanks! It sounds nice! Never seen that model before!
Your knowledge is amazing, great video.
Amazing but I have to wonder if he was so cognizant of the value of the bikes why did he so extensively modify the one? And it would seem me would have modified the other one had the engine not been locked up. I think he just wanted a hot rod
Wonder if the fuzz would let you out of jail to run hillclimbs today? LOL yeah.
Awesome video… thanks buddy
i was there 2 years ago and i spent the whole time just on the bottom floor and i got to go back to take in the machines on the top floor. great place to go. i seen the bikes made for the desert in the second world war. machines i didn't know harley ever made.
Thanks for Sharing... Keep Up the Great Work... Matt and Crew
Amazing the knowledge this guy has for these machines. Really cool...
The more i watch this, the more i smell shite !!.... There's TOO MANY "one of a kind".... "factory specials"...
"extremely rare"... Bla bla..
Would be interesting to try to get this back to the original hill climb version.
It's great to learn the history of H/D thru the early 1900s.
Could you please recount the history of the XR series?
I am honored to own a
1984 H/D XR Sportster.
I know that 36 years is a drop in the bucket as far as H/D is concerned but a lot of
"New" H/D riders would like to hear it.
Ride on Thru Time!
Pikes Peak set up?
What a privilege to see and hear the engine run. Thank you for sharing this unique part of history.