"Otto Walker was a leading racer of the 1910s and early 1920s and was one of Harley-Davidson’s first factory riders. He won the first major race for the company, an FAM 300-mile road race in Venice, California, in April of 1915. Walker set numerous speed records during his eight-year professional racing career. He earned the distinction of being the first rider to win a motorcycle race at an average race speed of over 100 mph in 1921."
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