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William B. Johnson was the first African American H-D motorcycle dealer and the first African American licensed to compete in national motorcycle competition.
Wild Bill was born in the 1890s and was known around his town as a guy who had a way with machines. In an old blacksmith shop in Westchester Country N.Y. he opened his own place where he fixed machines, including bicycles and the new moto…
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