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Vowing vengeance, Free not only devoted himself with fanatical zeal throughout the 1920s and 1930s to smashing Harley's various speed records on racers supplied by Indian, their rival, he even opened an Indian dealership in Indianapolis. Where else?
During the Depression of the early 1930s, Free worked with other stunt riders in a carnival, riding Indian veetwins around a Wall of Death containing a bad-tempered lion whose mood wasn't exactly improved by the incessant drone of the engine, rising and falling like a giant mosquito, and the fact that whenever he got it together to take a swipe, his tormentor would already be on the other side of the wooden cylinder.