I was thrilled to see that Indian chose to include veteran racers Bobby Hill and Bill Tumanduring the celebration of Indian's return to professional American motorcycle racing. This shot of The Columbus Comet Bobby Hill is an exclusive from the pages of Georgia Motorcycle History, available in the Archive Store Here. It was taken on August 8th, 1948 at Atlanta's Lakewood Speedway. Indian's #71 Bobby Hill threw his Sport Scout around the dangerous curves of the Lakewood mile for the AMA's Class C 10-mile National against legends like George Delong, Billy Huber, Buck Brigance, and Atlanta's own Ted Edwards. When the checkered flag dropped, Bobby and Harley-Davidson's Billy Huber were so close that the first and only draw in the history of the AMA was declared. Over a dozen exclusive photos of this race are included in Georgia Motorcycle History, just one series of over 250 images that tell the origins of American motorcycle culture through the photographs of Georgia, pick up your copy today Here.