Harley-Davidson - World known American motorcycle manufacturer. For more details read up on it in our “History Files” section.
Hercules - German make in around 1904. They were eventually bought by Sachs.
Haleson - Steam powered British machines ( turn of the century)
Husaberg - offroad bike manufacturer in Sweden started in 1988
Harper - built scooters in England in the 50s
Harper - Americam motorcycles built by The Harper Engineering Co.
Harris - English Café racer builder
Hausmann - American motorcycles
Haverford - USA, 1911 - 1924 Haverford Cycle Co.
Haveloc - motorcycles built in Tasmania ans Australia
Hawker -British motorcycles built in the 20's
HB - English motorcycles built in 1919 - 1923
Hecker - German motorbikes 1922-1956
Heavy Duty - Canadian Harlay Davidson replicas built by Donny Petersen
Hec - motorcycles built in England by the Hewins Engineering Company in 1923
Healing - Australian motorcycles built in 1903.
Hedlund - motorcycle manufacturer in Sweden, started in 1955
Hedstrom - motorcycles built in America by Oscar Hedstrom
Heinkel - German moped and scooter manufacturer 1952
Helios - made by BMW in Germany in 1921-1922,
Henderson - built in Detroit by Tom W. Henderson in 1912ped all production of both Excelsior and Henderson in 1931
Hemingway - American motorcycles
Haggo - built in Sweden in the 70’s as a military motorcycle by Hagglunds
Hunwick Harrop - cruisers built in Australia
Hercules - USA, 1902 - 1905?, The name Glenn Curtiss used for the first motorcycles he made. see Curtiss
Holley - Built in America in 1897 by George and Earl Holley ( 3 wheel motorcycle)
Hercules W2000 - Made by Sachs in Germany in 1974.
Hercules - Australian motorbike
Hero - small capacity mopeds built in India starting with the 60's
Hesketh - bikes built in England, in 1981 - 1983
H&G - Australian make, they build a Harley Davidson sportster.
Highland - Swedish dirtbike manufacturer
Hildebrand and Wolfmuller - motorcycles built in 1889, by Heinrich and Wilhelm Hildebrand in Munich. Lots of these bikes can still be found in museums world-over
Hobart - motorbikes made in England in the 20's
Hodaka - a Japanese/American joint venture started in 1964 they built the Wombat, Super Rat, Combat Wombat ,and Thunderdog
Holden Motor Bicycle - built in England in 1896 by Brig. Gen. Sir H.C.L.
Hummer - made by Harley Davidson in the USA between 1948 - 1965
Hyosung - Korean Suzuki subsidiary
Horex - bike built by Horex-Columbus in Germany
Honda - this one probably needs no introduction. Check the history files for detailed info on company history.
Hec - motyorbikes built in England by the Hepburn Engineering Company in 1940
HRD - built in Britain by Howard Raymond Davies - Isle of Man TT winner - in 1925
Hudson - British motorcycle built in 1914
Humber - bikes built in England in 1899
Hummel - motorbikes built in Germany in 1965 by DKW,
Hunwick Hallam - Australian high-tech superbike manufacturer.
Hilaman - motorcycles built in America by The A.H. Hilaman Co.
Hurley-Pugh - motorcycles built in England up to 1943, they built bikes for the military with a track in place of the rear wheel.
Hurricane - motorcycles built in Japan by Fuji Heavy Industries
Husqvarna - Swedish bike manufacturer bought out by Cagiva
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