In 1960, Harley-Davidson bought fifty percent of Aeronautica Macchi's motorcycle division. They started with the Aermacchi's 250-cc horizontal single which bore Harley-Davidson badges and was marketed as the Harley-Davidson Sprint. The engine of the Sprint was increased to 350 cc in 1969 and would remain that size until 1974, when the four-stroke Sprint was discontinued.

Harley-Davidson replaced their American-made lightweight two-stroke motorcycles with the Aermacchi-built two-stroke powered M-65, M-65S, and Rapido. The M-65 had a semi-step-through frame and tank. The M-65S was a M-65 with a larger tank that eliminated the step-through feature. The Rapido was a larger bike with a 125-cc engine. The Aermacchi-built Harley-Davidsons became entirley two-stroke powered when the 250-cc two-stroke SS-250 replaced the four-stroke 350-cc Sprint in 1974.

Harley-Davidson purchased full control of Aermacchi's motorcycle production in 1974 and continued making two-stroke motorcycles until 1978, when they sold the facility to Cagiva.

Royal Motorworks offers many hard to find NOS (Harley) Aermacchi parts, electronics, rubber parts and seals, select used parts and a variety of cycles and frames offered for restoration.

We are always looking for bulk lots of Aermacchi parts for sale, so please contact us if you have any leads or a supply of parts that you'd like to sell. We can offer you a finders fee.
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