America's Heavyweight Champion
During the 1930s, Crocker motorcycles were ranked among the best-performing motorcycles in America. Founded in Los Angeles by Albert Crocker, the company made single-cylinder speedway motorcycles before switching to V-twins. Hand-built to order, Crocker V-Twin engines produced 60 horsepower, far more than period Indians and Harley-Davidsons. Just 100 V-Twins were built before production ended in 1942. Today, Crocker motorcycles are among the most sought-after in the world.