1975 Harley-Davidson X-90
Built in Italy by Aermacchi, the X-90 was added to the Harley-Davidson line-up during the era in which Harley-Davidson was owned by AMF (1969 to 1981). Best known for producing sports equipment, AMF led Harley-Davidson to produce small recreation-based road and mini-bikes like the “Shortster”, which had a 60cc engine, and the X-90, which had a 90cc engine. The X90 was sold between 1973 and 1975 and, like the MM5A did for Indian, was intended to introduce children to the Harley-Davidson brand.
Collection of Glendale Harley-Davidson