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Excelsior-Henderson Official Headquarters - Home

Excelsior-Henderson, Super X, American X, Big X, X logo, X and bar logo, and related marks, designs, and copyrights are intellectual property rights of Excelsior-Henderson Motorcycles. No use of intellectual property is permitted without license or advance permission. ...…

Excelsior Motor Manufacturing & Supply Company - WikiVisually

Excelsior Motor Manufacturing & Supply Company was an American motorcycle manufacturer operating in Chicago from 1907 to 1931. It was purchased by Ignaz Schwinn, proprietor of bicycle manufacturer Arnold, Schwinn & Co. in 1912. In 1912, an Excelsior was the first motorcycle to be officially timed at a speed of 100 mph; the Henderson Motorcycle Company became a division of Excelsior ……

Excelsior-Henderson Official Headquarters - Contact

This site is the Official Excelsior-Henderson Motorcycle Manufacturing Company website created and managed as a public service to accurately and completely preserve the history and heritage of Excelsior-Henderson motorcycles, from the time of inception in 1876 and continuing through today and hopefully well into the future for our children and grandchildren to someday experience.…

Excelsior Henderson Motorcycles for sale

The Excelsior-Henderson Motorcycle Company was founded as Hanlon Manufacturing Company by Daniel Hanlon during early 1993 in Burnsville, Minnesota, United States. The company set as its mission to design and manufacture American-made cruiser and touring motorcycles.…

History of USA Excelsior Motorcycles

In 1922 Excelsior-Henderson became the first motorcycle manufacturer to produce a bike that covered a mile in 60 seconds on a half-mile dirt track. This same year also saw the introduction of the Excelsior type M, a single cylinder machine which was basically half of the twin engine.…