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The Harley-Davidson Sprint is a series of lightweight motorcycles produced by the company from 1961 to 1974 to compete with Japanese lightweight motorcycles in the US market. It featured smaller size, lightweight, and easy handling, powered by a range of engines from 250cc to 350cc. The Sprint played an essential role in expanding Harley-Davidson's reach and is considered a classic motorcycle today.
Harley-Davidson produced the Sprint model from 1961 to 1974. During this period, several variations of the Sprint were produced, including the SS, H, C, and SS-350 models.
The top speed of a Harley-Davidson Sprint would depend on various factors, such as the specific model, engine size, and riding conditions. However, the top speed of the Sprint models generally ranged from 70 to 85 miles per hour (113 to 137 kilometers per hour).
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