QUIZ: Only Bikers Can Pass This Motorcycle Quiz!

Ask any motorcycle enthusiast out there, and they’ll tell you there’s nothing more liberating and thrilling than embarking on an adventure towards an unknown land. From Yamaha to Harley Davidson; there’s a ton of motorcycle trivia out there that even the savviest professionals in the industry aren’t fully aware of. So, it’s time to get that brain motor running to see who knows what about adventure bikes, choppers, hogs and other types of motorcycles. To that end, here’s a motorcycle quiz that will challenge novice, mid-level and even professional bikers!

Ask any motorcycle enthusiast out there, and they’ll tell you there’s nothing more liberating and thrilling than embarking on an adventure towards an unknown land. From Yamaha to Harley Davidson; there’s a ton of motorcycle trivia out there that even the savviest professionals in the industry aren’t fully aware of. So, it’s time to get that brain motor running to see who knows what about adventure bikes, choppers, hogs and other types of motorcycles. To that end, here’s a motorcycle quiz that will challenge novice, mid-level and even professional bikers!

Who rode the Indian motorcycle that won during the first Daytona 200 in 1937?

  • Steve McQueen
  • Ed Kretz
  • Valentino Rossi

Kretz used an Indian Sport Scout, which has an average speed of about 73 miles per hour, to win the first Daytona 200 race. The rider also went by the name Iron Man and continued racing professionally between the 1930s and 1940s.

Kretz used an Indian Sport Scout, which has an average speed of about 73 miles per hour, to win the first Daytona 200 race. The rider also went by the name Iron Man and continued racing professionally between the 1930s and 1940s.

How many Triumph motorcycle models were introduced in 1991?

  • 50
  • 30
  • 6

Triumph marked their return in 1991 when they released six new models at the Cologne Motorcycle Show. These models were powered by three and four cylinder ODHC engines with liquid-cooled high horsepower and torque.

Triumph marked their return in 1991 when they released six new models at the Cologne Motorcycle Show. These models were powered by three and four cylinder ODHC engines with liquid-cooled high horsepower and torque.

What slogan did Harley Davidson use in 1981 after separating itself from AMF?

  • We Go Alone
  • Take the Path Less Traveled
  • The Eagle Soars Alone

When Harley Davidson distanced itself from AMF, the brand used the phrase “The eagle soars alone,” in its ad campaign to commemorate the separation.

When Harley Davidson distanced itself from AMF, the brand used the phrase “The eagle soars alone,” in its ad campaign to commemorate the separation.

Which of the following Hollywood celebrities does not own a Triumph motorcycle?

  • Justin Timberlake
  • Tom Cruise
  • Bradley Cooper

The singer turned actor certainly has enough money to own a Triumph motorcycle if he wanted one. Unfortunately, he’s more of a Harley-Davidson type of guy.

The singer turned actor certainly has enough money to own a Triumph motorcycle if he wanted one. Unfortunately, he’s more of a Harley-Davidson type of guy.

What years were Indian Motorcycles' independent operations active?

  • 1912 to 1959
  • 1901 to 1953
  • 1899 to 1945

Indian Motorcycle remained active from 1901 to 1953. Eventually, the company was bought out by Polaris, who continued to market new Indian Motorcycles over the years.

Indian Motorcycle remained active from 1901 to 1953. Eventually, the company was bought out by Polaris, who continued to market new Indian Motorcycles over the years.

In what year did Cycle World Magazine call the Triumph’s new belt-driven motorcycle “Cruiser of the year?"

  • 2017
  • 2019
  • 2010

Triumph released its first belt-driven motorcycle in the industry. It was essentially similar to a chain-driven motorcycle. The only difference was that it used a toothed rubber belt instead of a metal chain and pulleys instead of sprockets.

Triumph released its first belt-driven motorcycle in the industry. It was essentially similar to a chain-driven motorcycle. The only difference was that it used a toothed rubber belt instead of a metal chain and pulleys instead of sprockets.

What feature did Harley Davidson make standard in all of its models as of 2007?

  • Fuel Injection
  • GPS Trackers
  • Isolytic Converters

Fuel injection became a standard feature in all Harley-Davidson models in 2007. Before that, this feature was only available in a handful of models and was considered an optional feature.

Fuel injection became a standard feature in all Harley-Davidson models in 2007. Before that, this feature was only available in a handful of models and was considered an optional feature.

Which charity did Indian Motorcycles partner with in 2015?

  • Food for the Poor
  • Veteran’s Charity Ride to Sturgis
  • Salvation Army

It’s no surprise that Indian Motorcycles started a partnership with Veteran’s Charity Ride to Sturgis given that the brand has a long-standing history with the city of Sturgis.

It’s no surprise that Indian Motorcycles started a partnership with Veteran’s Charity Ride to Sturgis given that the brand has a long-standing history with the city of Sturgis.

How long did it take a rider to win a race in his Harley-Davidson motorcycle in 1905?

  • 19 minutes
  • 10 minutes
  • 1 hour

On July 4, 1905, a rider pushed a Harley-Davidson motorcycle to its limits by winning a race in just 19 minutes and two seconds. This further proved to the nascent industry that the brand was in the lead.

On July 4, 1905, a rider pushed a Harley-Davidson motorcycle to its limits by winning a race in just 19 minutes and two seconds. This further proved to the nascent industry that the brand was in the lead.

Who rode the 1920 Indian Scout Streamliner that broke a land speed record in 1967?

  • Burt Munro
  • Dan Cortese
  • Sean O’Donnell

Munro was 68 years old at the time and yet he set a record when he traveled 184.087 miles per hour on his motorcycle. This not only broke the record but proved that anyone is capable of being a speed demon no matter what age they are.

Munro was 68 years old at the time and yet he set a record when he traveled 184.087 miles per hour on his motorcycle. This not only broke the record but proved that anyone is capable of being a speed demon no matter what age they are.

What was the name of the company that Indian Motorcycles merged with in 1930?

  • Du Pont Motors
  • GMC
  • Buick

In 1930, E. Paul Du Pont brought a huge share of Indian Motorcycles stock. This essentially led to a merging of the two companies that only served to fortify the Indian Motorcycle brand’s position in the industry.

In 1930, E. Paul Du Pont brought a huge share of Indian Motorcycles stock. This essentially led to a merging of the two companies that only served to fortify the Indian Motorcycle brand’s position in the industry.

Which famous motorcycle rider set a record after riding from San Diego to the East Coast in 1914?

  • Johnny Rockets
  • Joey Dunlop
  • Erwin “Cannonball” Baker

It took 11 days and 12 hours for Baker to journey from the West to the East Coast in 1914. This set a record and also proved to the world that Indian brand motorcycles were high-quality.

It took 11 days and 12 hours for Baker to journey from the West to the East Coast in 1914. This set a record and also proved to the world that Indian brand motorcycles were high-quality.

Who rode across the flats in 2017 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Burt Munro?

  • Sam Lowes
  • Lee Munro
  • Tim Conway

Lee Munro was Burt Munro’s great-nephew, and he rode a bike across the Bonneville Salt Flats in memory of his uncle, Burt, who was inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame in 2006. But his ride also set a new record in the process.

Lee Munro was Burt Munro’s great-nephew, and he rode a bike across the Bonneville Salt Flats in memory of his uncle, Burt, who was inducted into the AMA Hall of Fame in 2006. But his ride also set a new record in the process.

What milestone did a certain motorcycle company brand hit in 1997?

  • The company manufactured its 50,000th motorcycle
  • The company made a video game
  • The company hired its 100,000th employee

Triumph lived up to its brand name when it manufactured its 50,000th motorcycle in 1997. And although Triumph has had its highs and lows over the years, they’ve proven to be a force to be reckoned with.

Triumph lived up to its brand name when it manufactured its 50,000th motorcycle in 1997. And although Triumph has had its highs and lows over the years, they’ve proven to be a force to be reckoned with.

What was the name of the new brand of this 1998 revived merger of nine companies?

  • Scout Motorcycles
  • The US Indian Motorcycle Organization
  • Indian Motorcycle Company of America

The Indian Motorcycle Company of America was formed in 1998 and reconstituted nine companies into one. From there, the company was responsible for building Chief, Scout, and Spirit motorcycles.

The Indian Motorcycle Company of America was formed in 1998 and reconstituted nine companies into one. From there, the company was responsible for building Chief, Scout, and Spirit motorcycles.

What is Harley-Davidson's Custom Vehicle Operations division in charge of doing?

  • Making sure each model was better than the previous one
  • Conducting charity work
  • Manufacturing limited-edition versions of standard stock models

One of the division’s and company’s primary selling points is that it makes limited-edition models that can be pricey, but worth it for bike enthusiasts.

One of the division’s and company’s primary selling points is that it makes limited-edition models that can be pricey, but worth it for bike enthusiasts.

Which two cities did Louis J. Mueller and George Holden ride their Indian Motorcycle from and to in 1906?

  • San Francisco to New York City
  • San Diego to Pittsburgh
  • Los Angeles to Orlando

Louis J. Mueller and George Holden rode across the United States for 31 and a half days from San Francisco to New York City without any problems on the road. This set a record that dared other bikers to try to break it.

Louis J. Mueller and George Holden rode across the United States for 31 and a half days from San Francisco to New York City without any problems on the road. This set a record that dared other bikers to try to break it.

What is the name of the infotainment system that Indian Motorcycles introduced on their latest models?

  • Bluetooth Screen
  • Ultimate Control
  • Ride Command

In 2016, Indian Motorcycles implemented the Ride Command, an advanced system that provides in-depth vehicle data as well as expert navigation. This communication system also allows riders to hold conversations with other passengers while on the road.

In 2016, Indian Motorcycles implemented the Ride Command, an advanced system that provides in-depth vehicle data as well as expert navigation. This communication system also allows riders to hold conversations with other passengers while on the road.

For how many consecutive years did Triumph hold an absolute motorcycle land speed record?

  • 15 years
  • 20 years
  • 30 years

Triumph held this epic record from 1955 to 1970. However, there was a 33-day period during those years where the title went to another brand. Fortunately, it was only a momentary hiccup.

Triumph held this epic record from 1955 to 1970. However, there was a 33-day period during those years where the title went to another brand. Fortunately, it was only a momentary hiccup.

Which of the following is something that Harley-Davidson does not make?

  • Clothing
  • Toys
  • Printers

Besides motorcycles, Harley-Davidson is known for producing various other items, including toys, clothing and video games. But so far, it has had no interest in producing printers.

Besides motorcycles, Harley-Davidson is known for producing various other items, including toys, clothing and video games. But so far, it has had no interest in producing printers.

When was Harley-Davidson founded?

  • 1903
  • 1923
  • 1953

Harley-Davidson was founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1903. But it didn’t officially incorporate until 1907 with Walter Davidson as the brand’s first president. Since then, the company has been around for about 118 years.

Harley-Davidson was founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1903. But it didn’t officially incorporate until 1907 with Walter Davidson as the brand’s first president. Since then, the company has been around for about 118 years.

What nickname did motorcycle fanatics give the Triumph Bonneville?

  • The Bon
  • Bonster
  • Bonnie

Motorcycle enthusiasts affectionally nicknamed the Triumph Bonneville “Bonnie.” But this wasn’t exactly a shock as a lot of riders traditionally give their bikes a name that adds a personal touch to their riding experience.

Motorcycle enthusiasts affectionally nicknamed the Triumph Bonneville “Bonnie.” But this wasn’t exactly a shock as a lot of riders traditionally give their bikes a name that adds a personal touch to their riding experience.

Which Harley-Davidson motorcycle model was the first to have an electric start?

  • Sportster
  • Trike
  • Electra Glide

In 1965, Harley-Davidson introduced the Electra Glide. This electric start was integrated into the Panhead engine, which made the speed and efficiency of their motorcycles increase.

In 1965, Harley-Davidson introduced the Electra Glide. This electric start was integrated into the Panhead engine, which made the speed and efficiency of their motorcycles increase.

What do people refer to the Harley-Davidson logo as?

  • Helmet and Jacket
  • Stripes and Bars
  • Bar and Shield

Motorcycle riders and enthusiasts have referred to the Harley-Davidson logo as “Bar and Shield” for years. The company patented the logo way back in 1911. But the logo itself has undergone several revisions over the years.

Motorcycle riders and enthusiasts have referred to the Harley-Davidson logo as “Bar and Shield” for years. The company patented the logo way back in 1911. But the logo itself has undergone several revisions over the years.

What was the mascot chosen by a team of farmers who won races in Harley Motorcycles in the 1920s?

  • Hog
  • Eagle
  • Rabbit

The farm boys called themselves Hog Boys and even used a hog as their mascot. This is one of the reasons why motorcycles are sometimes known as hogs.

The farm boys called themselves Hog Boys and even used a hog as their mascot. This is one of the reasons why motorcycles are sometimes known as hogs.

What was the original name of the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally back when it was first introduced in 1938?

  • South Dakota Race
  • Indian Motorcycle Classic
  • Black Hills Classic

The Black Hills Classic was founded by an Indian Motorcycle club based out of Sturgis, South Dakota in 1938. But it was eventually renamed to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

The Black Hills Classic was founded by an Indian Motorcycle club based out of Sturgis, South Dakota in 1938. But it was eventually renamed to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

Which two American motorcycle companies survived the Great Depression?

  • Indian and Harley-Davidson
  • BMW and Indian
  • Excelsior-Henderson and Polaris

These two motorcycle manufacturers were hit hard by the Great Depression, but they still managed to land on top. Unfortunately, Indian stopped production in 1953.

These two motorcycle manufacturers were hit hard by the Great Depression, but they still managed to land on top. Unfortunately, Indian stopped production in 1953.

Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company was saved from bankruptcy by which motorcycle manufacturer?

  • AMF
  • Yamaha
  • Suzuki

In 1969, AMF merged with the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company and brought it back from the brink of bankruptcy. But in 1981, Harley-Davidson executives started the paperwork to dissolve their alliance with AMF.

In 1969, AMF merged with the Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company and brought it back from the brink of bankruptcy. But in 1981, Harley-Davidson executives started the paperwork to dissolve their alliance with AMF.

Which Harley-Davidson bike design made its debut in 1957?

  • Dyna
  • Lowrider
  • Sportster

The Harley-Davidson Sportster became one of the brand’s most popular models in 1957. But it never lost its appeal. In fact, to this day, new models of the Sportster continue to get built, and they remain quite popular among customers.

The Harley-Davidson Sportster became one of the brand’s most popular models in 1957. But it never lost its appeal. In fact, to this day, new models of the Sportster continue to get built, and they remain quite popular among customers.

What company has owned Indian Motorcycles since 2011?

  • Honda
  • Polaris
  • Nissan

Polaris has owned Indian Motorcycles since 2011. Over the years, it has released several successful models that have helped bring Indian Motorcycles back to its former glory.

Polaris has owned Indian Motorcycles since 2011. Over the years, it has released several successful models that have helped bring Indian Motorcycles back to its former glory.

What city and state are the Harley-Davidson headquarters in?

  • Los Angeles, California
  • Orlando, Florida
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Harley-Davidson has factories all over the world, including York, Pennsylvania, Bawal, India, and Manaus, Brazil. But their home office is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Harley-Davidson has factories all over the world, including York, Pennsylvania, Bawal, India, and Manaus, Brazil. But their home office is located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

What is the name of the bike model that Harley-Davidson built with a 61 cu in. overhead valve engine in 1931?

  • Lowrider
  • Lowcut
  • Knucklehead

Harley-Davidson collectors were eager to own a Knucklehead with this type of engine. Unfortunately, the company only made about 9,000 of them. So, if anyone is lucky to find someone selling a Knucklehead, they’ll probably have to take out a second mortgage on their home.

Harley-Davidson collectors were eager to own a Knucklehead with this type of engine. Unfortunately, the company only made about 9,000 of them. So, if anyone is lucky to find someone selling a Knucklehead, they’ll probably have to take out a second mortgage on their home.

What whiskey brand did Indian Motorcycles partner up with to create limited edition motorcycles?

  • Captain Morgan
  • Jack Daniel’s
  • Grey Goose

Indian Motorcycles and Jack Daniel’s partnered up to create custom motorcycles that were a force to be reckoned with on the road. This partnership continued for a couple of years before they mutually parted ways.

Indian Motorcycles and Jack Daniel’s partnered up to create custom motorcycles that were a force to be reckoned with on the road. This partnership continued for a couple of years before they mutually parted ways.

Which Triumph motorcycle model had a production run from the year 1968 to 1975?

  • Triumph Rocket III
  • Triumph Street Triple
  • Triumph Trident

Bikers who loved to race were particularly fond of the Triumph Tridents. In fact, this model was the winner of several 750cc races in Europe during the 1960s and 1970s.

Bikers who loved to race were particularly fond of the Triumph Tridents. In fact, this model was the winner of several 750cc races in Europe during the 1960s and 1970s.

What type of engine does the classic Harley-Davidson motorcycle have?

  • Inline-four engine
  • Single-cylinder engine
  • V-twin engine

Harley-Davidson motorcycles are famous for their classic V-twin engines. This provided them with a major advantage over other motorcycles during races, at least back in the day, because it made the bikes go faster.

Harley-Davidson motorcycles are famous for their classic V-twin engines. This provided them with a major advantage over other motorcycles during races, at least back in the day, because it made the bikes go faster.

What was the name of the major 20th century world event that caused this company’s sales to drop?

  • World War I
  • The Great Atlanta Fire of 1917
  • A Severe Cold Front

Indian Motorcycles allocated many of their resources and motorcycles to aid in World War I in 1917. Unfortunately, this meant that their inventories were severely limited, resulting in a massive drop in sales.

Indian Motorcycles allocated many of their resources and motorcycles to aid in World War I in 1917. Unfortunately, this meant that their inventories were severely limited, resulting in a massive drop in sales.

What brand beat Indian Motorcycles as the best-selling motorcycle company in America in the 1920s?

  • Kawasaki
  • Harley-Davidson
  • BMW

For years, Indian Motorcycles was top banana in the motorcycle business. But in the 1920s, Harley-Davidson popped up and took over as the best-selling motorcycle company. And it was one of the few brands that survived the Great Depression.

For years, Indian Motorcycles was top banana in the motorcycle business. But in the 1920s, Harley-Davidson popped up and took over as the best-selling motorcycle company. And it was one of the few brands that survived the Great Depression.

Why did Harley-Davidson introduce rubber-mounted engines?

  • To increase cruising speed
  • To protect the engine
  • To reduce vibrations

In 1980, Harley-Davidson added the rubber-mounted engine to reduce unnecessary vibrations. This provided the rider with a smoother and more pleasant ride than those who used motorcycles without this feature.

In 1980, Harley-Davidson added the rubber-mounted engine to reduce unnecessary vibrations. This provided the rider with a smoother and more pleasant ride than those who used motorcycles without this feature.

What type of motorcycle did Indian Motorcycles make for the World War II Allied Forces?

  • Big Chief
  • Model 841
  • Roadmaster

Indian Motorcycles built the Model 841 for the United States government during World War II. This resulted in the company making far less motorcycles for their regular customers.

Indian Motorcycles built the Model 841 for the United States government during World War II. This resulted in the company making far less motorcycles for their regular customers.

Which of the following individuals was not a Harley Davidson original founder?

  • Walter H. Harley
  • Walter Davidson
  • William S. Harley

The company’s original founders were William S. Harley, Arthur Davidson, Walter Davidson, and William A. Davidson. Given these folks’ last names, it’s easy to see where the company got its name from.

The company’s original founders were William S. Harley, Arthur Davidson, Walter Davidson, and William A. Davidson. Given these folks’ last names, it’s easy to see where the company got its name from.

What German city is Triumph Engineering founder Siegfried Bettmann from?

  • Frankfurt
  • Berlin
  • Nuremberg

Although he spent a lot of time in Britain, Seigfried Bettmann was originally born in Nuremberg, Germany. He later moved to the United Kingdom in 1885.

Although he spent a lot of time in Britain, Seigfried Bettmann was originally born in Nuremberg, Germany. He later moved to the United Kingdom in 1885.

How many motorcycles did one company make between 1917 and 1919? Hint: They were intended for World War I troops.

  • 100,000
  • 50,000
  • 20,000

Indian Motorcycles made about 50,000 motorcycles for the United States military based on the Powerplus model. The bikes were then shipped overseas to help World War I troops in the fight.

Indian Motorcycles made about 50,000 motorcycles for the United States military based on the Powerplus model. The bikes were then shipped overseas to help World War I troops in the fight.

What speed record did Joe Petrali set in 1937 with his Harley Davidson motorcycle?

  • 122 mph
  • 136 mph
  • 190 mph

Joe Petrali went 136 miles per hour in 1937 using his Harley Davidson. This was considered a shocking event because he had broken a speed record thanks to the aerodynamic tail of the bike.

Joe Petrali went 136 miles per hour in 1937 using his Harley Davidson. This was considered a shocking event because he had broken a speed record thanks to the aerodynamic tail of the bike.

What percentage of Triumph motorcycles get sold overseas?

  • 30%
  • 60%
  • 85%

Although thousands of Triumph motorcycles are sold in the United Kingdom annually, the majority of sales revenue come from overseas. Therefore, the company relies more on international sales than local sales.

Although thousands of Triumph motorcycles are sold in the United Kingdom annually, the majority of sales revenue come from overseas. Therefore, the company relies more on international sales than local sales.

What year did the Triumph’s 750cc Triple become available?

  • 1968
  • 1971
  • 1966

The 750cc Triple was released in 1968. Its three-cylinder motorcycle engine provided revving performance that made it one of the most sought-after motorcycles that year.

The 750cc Triple was released in 1968. Its three-cylinder motorcycle engine provided revving performance that made it one of the most sought-after motorcycles that year.

Why did Harley Davidson introduce a bike design named Fatboy?

  • The bike was wider
  • It was inspired by atomic bombs
  • It was designed for plus-sized riders

In the 1990s, Harley Davidson named a new bike design after the bombs that were dropped on Japan. The designed had yellow detailing and a silver powder-coated frame.

In the 1990s, Harley Davidson named a new bike design after the bombs that were dropped on Japan. The designed had yellow detailing and a silver powder-coated frame.

In what year did Brockhouse Engineering buy the rights to Indian Motorcycles?

  • 1955
  • 1970
  • 1963

In 1953, Indian Motorcycles stopped production of new bikes. But the company was resurrected when Brockhouse Engineering bought the rights to the bike models in 1955.

In 1953, Indian Motorcycles stopped production of new bikes. But the company was resurrected when Brockhouse Engineering bought the rights to the bike models in 1955.

What is the name of the city that honored Triumph founder Seigfried Bettmann with a blue plaque?

  • Coventry
  • Nuremberg
  • New Delphi

In 2015, the Mayor of Coventry honored Siegfried Bettmann with a blue plaque. The reason he was given this plaque was because his automotive factory put the otherwise unknown city on the map.

In 2015, the Mayor of Coventry honored Siegfried Bettmann with a blue plaque. The reason he was given this plaque was because his automotive factory put the otherwise unknown city on the map.

Which of the following movies did not have a Harley-Davidson in it?

  • Easy Rider
  • Captain America: The First Avenger
  • Iron Man

Given that Tony Stark had a flying suit, it should come as no surprise that he didn’t use a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. For that matter, neither did anyone else in the film.

Given that Tony Stark had a flying suit, it should come as no surprise that he didn’t use a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. For that matter, neither did anyone else in the film.

How far did Seth Enslow have to jump on his Harley to break a world record?

  • 200 feet
  • 183.7 feet
  • 190 feet

In 2010, Seth Enslow jumped over 183 feet on his Harley-Davidson. This was a huge feat because he broke the previous record by over a whopping 20 feet.

In 2010, Seth Enslow jumped over 183 feet on his Harley-Davidson. This was a huge feat because he broke the previous record by over a whopping 20 feet.

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