Good morning! Welcome to The Morning Shift , your roundup of the auto news you crave, all in one place every weekday morning. Here are the important stories that are your air, that you need to know to live. Advertisement 1st Gear: At Least They Know How To Wrench On These Harley-Davidson has been struggling for years trying to reach the youth market beyond its bored dentist clientele base. And by "struggling," I mean "continuously tripping over its own shoelaces, like when it bought up Buell only to kill it." In any case, the company's pushes for nostalgia haven't been working, so the company decided it's time for something different: even older nostalgia. H-D is going back to bicycles of its past, as the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports: Harley-Davidson Inc. is unveiling a new bike, but it's powered by pedals, not a rumbling V-Twin engine. The olive-green cruiser is a tribute to a bicycle sold by Harley in 1917. It's the first of 10 hand-built bicycles the Harley-Davidson Museum will offer for sale this summer for approximately $4,200 each. Harley was in the bicycle business for a short time, from 1917 through 1922, with a line of about six models… Read full this story
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