Harley and the Davidsons
Executive Producers, John Goldwyn and Dimitri Doganis discuss the making of Harley and the Davidsons.
Behind the Story
Just like his father at his age, Walt Davidson has a need for speed. After "borrowing" a Harley-Davidson prototype, he heads for an underground race.
An Unsanctioned Motorcycle Race
Walter Davidson offers his son a major opportunity: work in the Harley-Davidson front office. To his surprise, Walt isn't exactly receptive to the idea.
Joining the Family Business
Deep into the Great Depression, Harley and the Davidsons make a bold move and test a new prototype with an even more impressive engine.
A Motorcycle No One Can Afford
Walter visits a group of independent motorcycle builders, who are impressed by the stories they've heard of Walter's racing days.
Walter Davidson's Legacy
After receiving some tragic news, Bill, Arthur, and Walter ponder the legacy they will leave behind for future generations.
The Next Generation
The Harley-Davidson founders enter one of their early motorcycle prototypes in a dangerous enduro race through the woods.
Walter Davidson's Big Risk
Walter Davidson makes a big bet with the president of a rival motorcycle company. It’s time to bring the competition back to dirt track racing!
Take It to the Track!
Arthur Davidson sets out to assemble a team of Harley-Davidson racers - talented riders with enough charisma to draw a crowd. They would soon be known as the Wrecking Crew.
Assembling the Wrecking Crew
17-year-old Shrimp Burns makes a big impression in his first race on Harley-Davidson’s team.
Racing's New Star
After adding some flair to motorcycle racing, Arthur Davidson begins to see what the future of their company may look like.
A Motorcycle Culture
Bill Harley and the Davidson brothers receive news that will change their whole industry - America has entered the Great War.
The Great War is Coming
Meet the strong, defiant women of Harley and the Davidsons: Jessica Camacho, who plays Reya; Annie Read who plays Bill Harley's wife Anna; Essa O'Shea who plays Arthur Davidson's wife Clara; and Hera Hilmar who plays Walter Davidson's wife Emma.
The Women of Harley and the Davidsons
Bill Harley and the Davidson Brothers had a dream. This is the story of that dream and what it took to get there, despite all odds. What can be more American?
Harley and the American Dream
The story of Harley and the Davidsons lives at the heart of motorcycle culture: the freedom, the joy, the self-reliance - and don’t forget the leather jackets.
The Heart of Motorcycle Culture
Motordrome racing was invented in the early 20th century as a way to push motorcycles to their top speed limits. It didn’t last long – the sport proved to be extremely dangerous.
America’s Deadliest Motor Sport