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Harley-Davidson Road Glide

In 1998 Harley-Davidson reprised its fixed-frame touring/bagger design that started life as the FLT “Tour Glide” circa 1980 with the largest production Big Twin engine at the time (80 cubic-inch Shovelhead) and hard bags. The later design maintains the broad, frame-mount “Sharknose” fairing, dual headlights, windscreen and hard bags that set the Road Glide apart from the more common Batwing-fairing models. Regardless of the year-model, the Road Glide comes powered by a Big Twin engine with the heavy FL frame and fat front fork arrangement.