Yale Motorcycle With Sidecar 1926
The first practical, albeit basic, motorcycle was manufactured in 1900;
26 years later, the Yale Motorcycle, complete with padded leather sidecar, represented the dash and elegance of the era.
Sport hunting with motorcycles was popular in the 1920's, and a hunter could access even the most remote, game rich areas
on his deceptively rugged, fuel-efficient Yale, regardless of road conditions or availability. Yale was one of several
American manufacturers to close in the 1930's during the Great Depression.