The FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide takes the laid-back chopper profile to its street-legal limit. The Wide Glide is longer than ever, with a new 49mm fork is raked out to 36 degrees for 2006 and a 21-inch steel laced front wheel. The bobtail rear fender has a new shape that emphasizes the a wider, 160mm tire, and it carries a new, stepped chopper-style seat. New 1.25-inch ape-hanger handlebars on new short risers feature internal wiring for a cleaner look. The shocks have new forged tops. The Wide Glide is offered in 12 color combinations, including solid, Sunglo and two-tone combinations. Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels are an option.
The FXDL Dyna Low Rider appeals to riders with traditional tastes seeking a motorcycle that’s comfortable and easy to handle. The seat height is just 25.8-inches and mid-mounted foot controls, highway pegs and new pull back bars combine for a low center of gravity and ergonomics that fit many riders. Black 10-Spoke Cast Aluminum wheels and a handlebar-mounted instrument cluster are new for 2006. A new single floating brake rotor allows more of the front wheel to be visible. Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels are an option. The Low Rider is offered in 10 color combinations, including solid, Sunglo and two-tone combinations, with a new tank decal for 2006.
The FXDCI Super Glide Custom gleams night and day with an extra complement of chrome components, including chrome engine covers, chrome headlight cover and speedometer housing. The console is color-matched to the fuel tank and the fuel tank lid ring is chromed. A low-slung seat and silver 10-Spoke Cast Aluminum wheels are new for 2006. A new single floating brake rotor allows more of the front wheel to be visible. Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheels are an option. The Super Glide Custom is offered in nine solid and Sunglo colors.
The aggressive performance of the FXDI Super Glide is enhanced for 2006 by the addition of the new Dyna chassis design and a wider, 160mm rear tire. The most affordable Harley-Davidson Big Twin model, the Super Glide serves as an entry point for owners with plans for extensive customization. A solo seat and silver 10-Spoke Cast Aluminum wheels are new features for 2006. The Super Glide is offered in four solid colors, with a new fuel tank decal.
Celebrating the introduction of an icon of American motorcycle design, the FXDI35 Dyna 35th Anniversary Super Glide pays homage to the original red, white and blue 1971 FX Super Glide designed by Willie G. Davidson. Its special Glacier White Pearl paint and graphics are similar to the those on the original model, including a metal emblem depicting the famous Number One logo on the fuel tank in metal. Special emblems and a special ribbed two-up seat complete the package. Production will be limited to 3,500 serialized motorcycles.