The first motorcycle invented by German engineer Gottlieb Daimler in 1885 when he posted a perfect combustion engine with a wooden bicycle that he designs himself. The bike has four wheels, including two additional wheels (like a bicycle wheel on the children).
Daimler’s son became the first to ride a motorcycle when he tried his creations on the date 10 November 1885 at speeds approaching 10Kpj. Some models of motorcycles later on introduced in Germany, France and the UK with a focus on the development of its practicality as a means of transportation.
In 1903, brothers Arthur and Walter Davidson along with his neighbor William Harley Harley-Davidson made the first. A year later they began producing motorcycles for sale. In 1909 Harley-Davidson V-Twin engine introduces the first, which has two cylinders with a configuration like the letter V. The machine has a great sound, rumble and impress the males, the machine soon became a classic American machines.