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American Flat Track motorcycle racer Shayna Texter poses with a young fan during an autograph session at Canterbury Park outside Minneapolis. Texter is one of the most popular racers on the AFT circuit and, in 2011, became the first woman in the history of flat track racing to win a professional singles main event. Tom Goldman/NPR hide caption

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'Hold Your Breath,' American Flat Track Racing Mounts A Comeback

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Harley-Davidson motorcycle engines are assembled at the company's plant in Menomonee Falls, Wis. Tariffs from the European Union are prompting the company to shift production of some motorcycles for the European market overseas. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Urges Harley-Davidson Not To Shift More Production Overseas

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The helmet Knievel wore in his Caesars Palace jump attempt. The resulting crash film was shown over and over again, launching Evel's career. Frank Morris /KCUR hide caption

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A New Museum Dares To Showcase Stuntman Evel Knievel

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Reverend Jeff Moore blesses a biker at the Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Club rally in San Jose, Calif. Leila Day/KALW hide caption

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On Steel Horses They Ride — To Honor 19th-Century Cavalries

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Behind The Motorcycles In 'Easy Rider,' A Long-Obscured Story

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