Henderson 1911 review
The "American Henderson Motorcycle Company" was started in 1911, by Tom W and William G.Henderson in Detroit, Michigan. In October 1911 the Henderson Motorcycle Co, 268 Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Michigan announced a new 4-cylinder, 56 cubic inches, 7 H.P. motorcycle. 25 were to be ready for sale at $325 from January 1, 1912 with the expectation of producing 1,000 machines for the year. The brainchild of William G. Henderson (in partnership with his brother Tom W. Henderson) was the third 4-cylinder motorcycle to be manufactured in America. One of its most innovative features was the inclusion of a folding hand crank for easy starting. The new Henderson proved to be a very desirable machine. More specs and user manual of Henderson 1911 you can see in next overview.