Harley-Davidson 11K Boardtrack 1915
Made entirely in 3ds Max 2010, with polygonal surfaces, mostly quads.
The .MAX file comes with both Standard and Brazil r/s materials, the ones used for the previews above.
The bodywork comes in the original liveries of the original motorcycle. The model is as historically correct as possible.
The geometry allows for extra MeshSmoothing in most objects in case this is required.
1914 marks the first year when Harley Davidson Motor Company entered the world of racing. Motorcycle racing on America’s dirt tracks and board tracks in the early days of motorcycling was a spectacular assembly of manufacturers, completely unlike the dominance currently with a handful of companies. In those days, motorcycles like Merkel, Thor, Emblem, Reading Standard, Yale, Excelsior, Pope, Jefferson and others lined up against Indian and Harley Davidson on America’s tracks.
Harley however, did not initially supported racing efforts but made use of Privateers using Harley’s motorcycles in their ads. When the company entered the world of racing as a factory late in 1914, it was with a motorcycle that was not very reliable as other race equipment being based on the company’s sturdy road engine.
This 1915 Harley-Davidson board track racer is a representative of the machines the company entered on the fateful day Dodge City. The company was serious and included the Model 11-K, a twin cylinder 61 cc engine in their 1915 sales catalog with a list of mechanical descriptions that included “mechanical construction to meet any requirements”
At FlatPyramid, we have developed a stunning 3D model of the Harley-Davidson 11K Boardtrack 1915. It is available in different formats for various purposes. It can be used for difficult architectural visualizations, animations and gaming. The geometry allows for extra Meshsmoothing in most objects in case this is required. We hope that you like it and appreciate our effort.
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