The Rocky Mountain Motorcycle Museum - Henderson

1925 Henderson

Seeing a great future in producing a motorcycle having features never used before, William Henderson, a pioneer in four-cylinder motorcycle design, and his brother Tom founded The Henderson Motor Company in 1911 in Detroit, Michigan. That first year 25 bikes were produced and you could purchase one for around $325. The Henderson was a large and fast bike. It was because it was faster than anything else on the road at the time that Police Departments favored them for traffic patrol and although never intended for racing, numerous records were set on a Henderson.


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