Most of us have grown up seeing the milkman transport large milk containers on bicycles or inexpensive bikes like Splendor. Now that times have changed, a video of a milkman riding a Harley-Davidson Street 750 to deliver milk recently went viral online.
On the Internet, a video of a milkman riding a Harley Davidson Street 750 to deliver milk has gone viral. The man’s identity and the precise location of the video are still unknown, but the “Gujjar” license plate is clearly visible on the motorcycle.
It’s interesting to note that Harley-Davidson recently abandoned India. Up until a few years ago, the Street 750 and Street 500 were both made in India. The only motorcycle built in India offered for sale in that country was the Harley-Davidson Street 750. Except for America, where the model was made at its Kansas factory, the American company exported every Street 500 unit to a different country.
Harley-Davidson and Hero To Launch A Cruiser In India
The American motorcycle industry behemoth revealed its partnership with Hero MotoCorp. Hero MotoCorp and Harley-Davidson will collaborate to introduce new products to the market as part of the new Rewire strategy.
According to reports, Hero MotoCorp and Harley-Davidson unveiled two upcoming motorcycles. Selected dealers in India were shown the bikes by Harley-Davidson and Hero MotoCorp. The report states that the bike, a cruiser that resembles a Harley-Davidson 338R, was displayed at a private event. However, the bikes the brand displayed at the time lacked any branding.