Harley-Davidson Dyna

Harley-Davidson Dyna

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The international version of the Harley Davidson Dyna Switchback FLD has a pretty versatile character thanks to its detachable saddle bags and windshield. Apart from it’s practical nature, the 2013 Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback FLD is also pretty good looking bike, featuring a perfect mix between modern and classic styles.

One of the most attractive design elements is the hand finished fuel tank. It’s faultless finish and charming design is unmatched among all motorcycles on the road. You’ll also like the cast aluminum wheels five spoke wheels which are covered by full wrap fenders.

The international version of the 2013 Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback FLD receives its sparkle of life from a 1.585 cc, air-cooled, twin cam 96 engine, rated at 116 Nm of torque achieved at 3500 rpm (the US version is powered by a biiger Twin Cam 103 engine). The engine is paired with a six-speed Cruise Drive transmission which offers an average fuel consumption of 5.6 liters / 100 km.

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Harley Davidson is known for its classy looking motorcycles and the Dyna Wilde Glade is one of the best looking ones.

The classic look of the chopper is enhanced by the low slung profile, the raised handlebar and the big, circular headlamp. We also like the comfortable saddle and 21 inch wheels. In the back, the Harley Wide Glide features a side mounted license plate.

Needless to say that the motorcycle is offered with a wide range of custom styled features like the optional classic flame design on the fuel tank.

Power comes from a powerful air-cooled Twin Cam 103 Harley engine which is mated on a 6 speed cruise drive transmission. The engine puts out 118 Nm of torque available at 3,500 rpm and offers a combined fuel consumption of 5.6 l /100 km. The engine is combined with the Engine Idle Temperature Management Strategy (EITMS) feature, which automatically cuts fuel and fire from rear cylinder when idling.

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The Harley-Davidson Dyna FXDF Fat Bob comes with a pretty unique name, but what’s more unique than its tag is the bike itself. This custom cruiser is made from the stuff that riders of all shapes and sizes absolutely crave.

With forward-mounted foot controls, a drag-style handlebar, and a sleek, two-up seat, the Fat Bob motorcycle creates an aggressive riding position that commands respect wherever it goes. Though it looks the part of a ’fat’ cruiser, the Dyna Fat Bob’s characteristics emphasize character aggression, highlighted by a 130 mm wide front tire with a gnarly, robust tread pattern. Fat Boy also sports a sporty front fender with painted brace supports, a Bobtail rear fender with chrome supports, a one-up, two-piece Dyna classic seat, a stainless steel drag-style handlebar, polished aluminum triple clamps, and a chrome, "Tommy Gun" 2-1-2 collector exhaust system with dual mufflers.

At the belly of the Dyna Fat Boy lies a powerful and new rubber-mounted 1690cc Twin Cam103 V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). The engine is capable of delivering 92 lb/ft of torque, providing enough meat and grinds power to make other bikes of its class envious. Making it more impressive for the Dyna Fat Boy is that its engine has been mated to a six-speed Cruise Drive transmission, making that ride that much more impressive.

When Harley-Davidson designed the 2012 Dyna FXDF Fat Bob, they had one clear-cut mission in mind: to make the bike as fat and meaty as possible. Thanks to an aggressive neo-retro style and a spectacularly powerful engine, the American bike maker managed to exceed even their own lofty expectations.

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Back when the bobber scene was in full effect, bike makers like Harley-Davidson were churning out one awesome bike after another. But even if those days are long gone, Harley is keeping the spirit alive with a bike like the Dyna FXDB Street Bob .

Stripped down to the bare essentials and as “naked” as the law allows, the Dyna FXDB Street Bob is as pure a cruiser bike as one can get. Ever since it was introduced to the market, the bike has been the personification of an attitude-laden motorcycle that has redefined the way custom bikes are looked at.

In terms of its design, the Dyna FXDB Street Bob is keeping true to its bobber roots, featuring a redesigned solo seat, a chopped rear fender without support covers, a top triple clamp with an integrated riser, a wrinkle-back low-profile tank console with an electronic speedometer, a retro-style LED tail light, a Street Bob air-cleaner trim ring, a stainless steel, internally-wired mini ape-hanger handlebar, a wrinkle-black battery box and belt guard, and Black Steel Laced wheels with Michelin Scorcher tires.

Then, there’s the matter of the powertrain. The Dyna FXDB Street Bob is powered by a rubber-mounted 1584cc Twin Cam 96 V-Twin engine with an Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), rated at 92 lb/ft of torque, and mated to a six-speed Cruise Drive transmission.

There’s no doubt about what the Harley Davidson Dyna FXDB Street Bob is capable of. What’s important to know about this bike is that despite having lived in an bygone era, the bike still stands tall in today’s market as one of the best cruiser bikes in Harley-Davidson’s fold.

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When it comes to customizing your touring motorcycle, the Harley-Davidson FLD Dyna Switchback is a top-tier choice. With detachable hard saddlebags and a quick-detach windshield, you can remove and customize your street cruiser in just a matter of seconds.

From a hardline tourer, the Switchback can be turned into a full-fledged custom street cruiser with a gleaming headlamp nacelle, five-spoke cast-aluminum wheels, and a mini-ape handlebar. When it’s time to head out for a long weekend, simply re-install the saddlebags and windshield, and the Switchback is ready to provide an exhilarating ride like no other.

Even better is that the Switchback is the lightest custom touring motorcycle in its displacement category, making a true versatile cruiser with plenty of attitude. The styling evokes a classic proportion and clean, straightforward lines. It’s got a mini-ape handlebar and a pull-back riser that combine with full-length rider footboards and a two-up touring seat to provide a comfortable ride no other bike in its segment can compete with. The one-piece, two-up seat features custom stitched detail with the seat height at 26.1," making for a comfortable ride.

Then there’s the powertrain, the motorcycle comes with a muscular and powerful Twin Cam 1,690cc V-Twin engine that delivers strong performance on the boulevard and on the highway. A 2-into-1 chrome exhaust with straight-cut muffler has been tuned to provide a deep exhaust tone while an advanced suspension has been tuned for comfort and precise handling. Nitrogen-charged, monotube rear shocks have preload-adjustable, dual rate springs. A 41.3mm front fork with a 20mm cartridge delivers enhanced damping performance, handling, and ride comfort.

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Harley-Davidson has earned a reputation as the preeminent motorcycle for those looking to scratch their itch for customization. And for those riders who want a head start on building their dream custom motorcycle, the Dyna Super Glide Custom model is an ideal choice.

This stylish performer’s long, low profile fender is enhanced by a low-slung, two-up ribbed seat that, together with a stainless steel mini pull-back handlebar, creates a lean look on the front end. The Dyna Super Glide Custom also features a sport wrap-around rear fender with painted supports, a chrome low-profile tank console with an electronic speedometer, and a full set of Chrome Steel Laced wheels.

Inside all the chrome and steel awesomeness, the Dyna Super Glide Custom is powered by a 1584 cc Twin Cam 96 engine that’s perfectly suited to rumble along any surface while shifting smoothly with the 6-speed cruise drive gearbox, creating a ride that not only emphasizes styling substance, but also has the meat and power worthy of the Harley-Davidson name.

For anybody that’s looking into scoring a Harley-Davidson in the near future, the Dyna Super Glide Custom’s combination of customizable aesthetics and impressive powertrain performance makes it an ideal choice. After all, there’s a reason why this bike is so popular amongst hardcore riders the world over.

It’s been tried and proven to be the real deal.

Find out more about the Harley-Davidson FXDC Dyna Super Glide Custom after the jump.

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The Harley-Davidson Wide Glide is new for 2010 and it is entirely reduced to a big V-Twin engine around which they’ve contoured the old-school chopper style. Inspired by its glorious past and looking towards the future, this Dyna model is a low, stretched-out custom with drag bars and forward foot controls that give its rider a real fists-in-the-wind profile. Also, the LED stop/turn/tail light combo and side-mounted license plate keep the chopped rear fender clean; so clean that no rebel out there will ignore it.

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The FLHTCUSE5 pushes the term "fully loaded" to the edge. From satellite radio and heated handgrips to exclusive custom paint schemes and a 1,801cc Scream in Eagle V-Twin engine, this ride is truly top-of-the-line.

The FXDF2-CVO has its show-stopping style with lavish custom details and adrenaline-pumping performance from a Twincam96 V-Twin engine.

The FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide has got old-school chopper looks with the comfort of a modem ride.

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What sets the Low Rider apart from the rest of the Dyna models is the fact that it looks like the closest thing to a Sportster and it has the 1,584 cc engine so it gets the best of both worlds at no great expense. Destined to riders who simply can’t get enough of the Sportster style, but which crave for a healthier engine grunt and the benefits of a six-speed tranny, the Low Rider is one of those bikes that everyone ordered at a custom bike builder before Harley-Davidson introduced it.

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There’s something about the Fat Bob that keeps on gathering a crowd this year too, the drag bike look sustained by the very same V-twin engine as on the rest of the Dyna models. So it is purely aesthetical. Of course not! It’s about offering comfort and the engine’s unique performance in a package that is designed accordingly to the rider’s preferences which in this case conclude in the aggressive drag bike appearance.


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