Harley-Davidson established a new World’s Road Race record in the 90-mile road race from Colorado Springs to Pueblo and back, with machines that came out victorious in both the single- and twin-cylinder classes. The “Gray Fellows” also won third place in both events. Overall, Harley-Davidson took four of the six places. All other makes were practically lost in the shuffle. All the Harley-Davidsons were stock machines in every detail, and the consistent performance of the “Gray Fellows” who checked in as the winners is certainly a creditable performance. In the twin-cylinder class, there were thirteen starters. Only five finished. This gives some idea of the condition of the roads over which this contest was held. A.W. Stratton, riding one of the new 7-8 H. P. Harley-Davidson chain twins, finished in first place in 1 hour, 54 minutes – the fastest road race of this length on record. Stratton’s average speed was 47.4 miles-per-hour, with top speeds close to 65 mph. In the single-cylinder class, G. Luby pulled down first place in 2 hours, 3 minutes with an average speed of 43.9 miles per hour – a road race record for a single-cylinder machine. Dr. Gibble, on a 7-8 H. P. chain Harley-Davidson, took third honors for the twin-cylinder class while Walter Whiting, also on a Harley, copped third place amongst single cylinders.