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Beat The Mile

The San Jose Mile was an infamous annual flat track motorcycle race held at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds in San Jose, California from 1955 until the last lap in 1994. It was well-known as one of the wildest go-fo-broke races on the west coast and attracted the best racers from across America. This design celebrates the race’s legacy at the 1975 20-year anniversary mark with checkered flags and a race-prepped Harley-Davidson tearing up the dirt track’s surface.

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