Red Parkhurst was a leading racer of the 1910s and 1920s. He holds the distinction of being the first ever factory racer for Harley-Davidson. Parkhurst won a number of the top national races of his era and set a slew of speed records as a member of Harley-Davidson’s powerful factory racing team from 1914 to 1920. He rode briefly for Excelsior in 1921 and retired from full-time racing after the 1922 season, although he raced in select events until 1924. Note the high-protection leather flying helmet and gauntlets – racing was raw back then!
- Giclee print on Fujifilm Fine Art Etch paper 300
- Lightfast rating: 6 (out of 8)
- Shipped rolled with tissue in specialist tube
- Security Embossed with the Meccanica Centurion
- A2 - 500mm High x 690mm Wide including 80mm border all around