Harley-Davidson motorcycles

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The Road King Classic model takes the nostalgic look and feel of the Road King a little further with extra details for this road-worthy touring bike, like leather-wrapped saddlebags, chrome fuel tank console, tooled metal detailing on the fender, tank, seat and bags, and chrome laced wheels with wide whitewall tires.

The motorcycle is built on Harley-Davidson’s innovative touring chassis which is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm. The ride quality is assured by a front 41.3 mm telescopic fork and a rear air-adjustable shock absorber.

Power comes from a 1690 cc air-cooled, twin cam 103 engine with Integrated Oil-Cooler and Fuel System Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). Power is sent to the rear wheel through a six speed cruise drive gear box and the combined fuel consumption is rated at 42 mpg.

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The Harley-Davidson Road King was launched in 1994, but shortly after it managed to become a benchmark in its segment. The 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King looks like a timeless boulevard cruiser, but it is also a fully equipped, long-distance tourer.

As far as comfort goes, the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King features a detachable windshield, an air-adjustable touring rear suspension and a comfortable seating position. You also get a set of spacious, standard saddlebags.

The Harley Davidson Road king is equipped with a 1690 cc Twin Cam 103 engine which sends power to the rear wheel through a 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission. The engine’s fuel consumption is rated at 42 mpg.

Other features worth noting are the optional anti-lock braking system, Harley-Davidson’s Smart Security system, a six-gallon fuel tank and the electronic cruise control.

The bike is offered in a wide range of colors including Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl, Midnight Pearl, Ember Red Sunglo/Merlot Sunglo.

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Harley Davidson has taken the wraps of its 2014 lineup. The 2014 Harley Davidson Super Low 1200 comes with a comprehensive list of features that make it look better and ride better. Like its predecessor, the 2014 model comes with a premium paint scheme, lots of chrome and a classic cruiser attitude.

Its old-school walnut fuel tank still holds 4.5 gallons and feeds the rubber-mounted 73.4 cu in, air cooled , Evolution engine. The engine features electronic fuel injection and aluminum heads and cylinders which lighten the load of the bike and improve air-cooling efficiency. The unit sends its power to the ground through a modern transmission.

The 2014 Harley Davidson SuperLow 1200 is offered with a base price of $11,799.

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Harley Davidson revealed its 2014 lineup. All models received their set of small upgrades and the Dyna Street Bob makes no exception.

In terms of style the motorcycle comes with fuel tank medallions, mini ape-hanger handlebars, black out accents and personalized paint options.

Power comes from an air-cooled, Twin Cam 103 engine that delivers a maximum torque of 98.8 ft-lb at 3,000 rpm. As far as efficiency is concerned, the engine delivers an average fuel consumption of 43 mpg. The engine was carefully designed to work together with a modern Six-Speed Cruise Drive transmission that is perfectly suited for long journeys.

For enhanced comfort the Harley Davidson Dyna Stret Bob is equipped with a set of preload adjustable front suspensions and a slammed low rear suspension.

The 2014 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob is offered with a base price of $13,349.

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Meet the all-new 2014 Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider which draws inspiration from the iconic Low Rider that dominated the American streets back in the 70’s.

The bike has been built with agility in mind, so it comes with a relatively low weight (292 kg) and compact dimensions, two features that help you maneuver it without too much fuss.

Power comes from an air-cooled Twin Cam 103 injected v-twin lump engine with a displacement of 1690cc. The unit cranks out a maximum power of 75 hp at 5010 rpm and 126 Nm of torque at 3,500 and is paired with a 2-into-1 exhaust.

The stopping power is handled by dual 4-piston fixed calipers in the front and a 2-pot floating caliper at the rear. There is also available an optional ABS system. The ABS version of the Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider can be yours for $14,199 (€10,245).

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Harley Davidson has taken the wraps off its new 2014 SuperLow 1200T. The new motorcycle shares the same frame with the Spoerster 1200, but it comes with a set of key features which give it a pretty special character.

In terms of power, the bike is equipped with an air-cooled, Evolution, 1,202 cc, engine which generates a maximum power of 67 hp at 5750 rpm and 96 Nm of torque at 3750 rpm. The unit delivers an average fuel consumption of 4.9 l/100 km.

To make its motorcycle better suited for touring, Harley equipped it with mini-floorboards, spacious saddlebags and a 14” windscreen that can be easily uninstalled, thanks to its quick-release system.

For enhanced safety, the new Harley Davidson SuperLow 1200T is also available with an optional ABS system.

The Harley Davidson SuperLow 1200T is offered with a base price of $11,799.

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“She was an accident waiting to happen. 600 pounds of American coke fired iron, riding on weather-checked English rubber. Cracking femurs or rupturing internal organs were her specialties, and she had done so on more than one occasion. The Iron Lung, a 1991 Harley Sportster roadracer, was a vision of what never was, in response to a question that was never asked.” – This is how Icon presents its new creation, the epic Iron Lung.

This new mechanical beast was born from Icon’s desire to create a truly special motorcycle that has the look of the legendary Harley-Davidson endurance and circuit racers from the 1970s, but is mixed with modern technologies and contemporary lines.

Like you’ve probably guessed, the Iron lung is based on a standard 1991 Harley Davidson Sportster. Luckily, Icon doesn’t play when it comes to modifying motorcycles, so they’ve started their work by boosting the engine’s power. Therefore, the Sportster’s 883cc unit was upgraded using a big bore kit up to no less than 1200cc. The increased capacity was combined with a Supertrapp exhaust system so the end result should be fairly impressive.

For enhanced performances, the Iron Lung’s front end had to receive some attention to. So, apart from the custom front fairing built in house, the guys from Icon have also decided to make the entire front lower and wider. They’ve also added a new sub frame, progressive 970 shocks, fresh forks (borrowed from a Harley Davidson Wide Glide) and custom triple clamps.

If you like those tasty wheels you should know that they come from a V-Rrod, while the custom seat was created by New Church Moto and the paint job is signed by the Garage 31 team.

All in one, the bike’s design and specs are fairly catchy and if you want to see it in action hit the jump for the official video released by Icon.

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Harley Davidson revealed their new Street 750 at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan.

The motorcycle is a completely new model aimed at the emerging markets. The bike is built in India and is powered by a 749 CC liquid cooled revolution X engine which is kept in leash by a six speed transmission. The engine breathes through a 2 into 1 exhaust and needs to deal with a wet weight of 480 lbs.

In terms of design the 2014 Harley Davidson Street 750 comes with a tasty blackout style, a café style windscreen, an aggressive slash on the tail and a round headlight.
It is also worthy of being that the 2014 Harley Davidson Street 750 rides on a pair of 17” front and 15’ rear wheels.

The 2014 Harley Davidson Street 750 features a low seat height, smooth suspensions, premium brakes and broad handlebars.

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Harley Davidson has revealed the 2014 version of its famous trike, the Tri Glide Ultra. The vehicle has received the Rushmore treatment, so it comes with a few upgrades that make it better suited for the demands of today’s riders.

At the heart of the motorcycle lies a 103.1 cu. in. twin-cooled, high output twin cam 103 engine that was tweaked for 2014 to deliver more low-end torque, more passing power and a throaty exhaust note.

As far as comfort is concerned, the Harley Davidson Tri Glide Ultra has received significant improvements in the passenger space, legroom, airflow and heat management departments. You also get new seat textures, revised back rests and fresh hand controls.

Other modifications were made to the motorcycle’s inner fairing that now features a fresh layout, a bigger display screen and new gauges.

The 2014 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra is offered with a base price of $32,549.

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In Marvel’s last Captain America movie we had the occasion to see a modern Harley metamorphosed into a 1940 style motorcycle ridden the by the famous hero. In the upcoming part (2014’s ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’), the producers remain loyal to the American brand, so we’ll have the occasion to see Steve Rogers’ character riding another Harley bike. Fortunately, this time the motrocycle will look like a contemporary model, as the action will take place in the modern era.

The new Captain America motorcycle was revealed at San Diego Comic-Con and is basically a Harley Davidson Softail Breakout.

Talking about their motorcycle, Dino Bernacchi, Harley-Davidson Marketing Communication Director, declared: “Captain America and Harley-Davidson have had a long and glorious association dating back to the introduction of the character in 1939. He’s ridden different Harleys throughout the history of the character, and his bike for ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ needed to fit the modern day setting of this story. Our newest model, the Softail Breakout, with custom touches that personalize the bike for his character was the perfect choice for this film.”

“Captain America makes the perfect marketing partner for Harley-Davidson as he truly embodies the iconic, heroic, and American aspects of our brand. Both Captain America and our motorcycles are great symbols of freedom.”

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