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2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic

2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic
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Put State Lines Behind You In Comfort

The Electra Glide Ultra Classic serves as Harley Davidson’s entry-level model for its full-dresser lineup. Updated in 2017, it sports improved suspension while reducing the heat felt by rider and passenger for greater all-around comfort. Not only that, but the all-new Milwaukee-Eight engine made its way onto this ride for greater performance than ever before with 111.4 pound-feet of torque and six-speed transmission that comes geared for highway riding at a reasonable rpm. H-D’s Infotainment system made an appearance as well, so the phrase “entry level” is obviously a relative statement. Let’s check out this updated classic to see where the balance was struck.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic.

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2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic

2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic

Put State Lines Behind You In Comfort

The Electra Glide Ultra Classic serves as Harley Davidson’s entry-level model for its full-dresser lineup. Updated in 2017, it sports improved suspension while reducing the heat felt by rider and passenger for greater all-around comfort. Not only that, but the all-new Milwaukee-Eight engine made its way onto this ride for greater performance than ever before with 111.4 pound-feet of torque and six-speed transmission that comes geared for highway riding at a reasonable rpm. H-D’s Infotainment system made an appearance as well, so the phrase “entry level” is obviously a relative statement. Let’s check out this updated classic to see where the balance was struck.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic.

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2018 Harley-Davidson Street Glide / Street Glide Special

2018 Harley-Davidson Street Glide / Street Glide Special

Touring With Less Vibration And More Power

Harley-Davidson showed the Softail lineup a lot of love this year (and the Dyna family none at all), but its increasingly popular Street Glide expanded its family tree to include the custom blackout Street Glide Special, which sees quite a few updates for 2018, and the 115th Anniversary Edition that pays homage to its long history. The Milwaukee-Eight powerplant makes its sophomore appearance in the touring lineup with 111 pound-feet o’ grunt and vibrations that are easy on both ear and rear. New body details, features and paint schemes abound across the board as Harley focuses on refining its fork-mount fairing baggers as part of its new market strategy. So without further ado, let’s jump right on in and get to it, shall we?

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Street Glide stable.

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2017 Harley Davidson Road Glide Special

2017 Harley Davidson Road Glide Special

A Majestic calling of Wanderlust

Touring is synonymous with motorcycles; it’s an integral part of the riding experience. No other feeling satisfies a man’s desire to freedom, to head in a direction unknown. And if you don’t have the right tool to do it, the whole feeling just becomes uncanny. Harley Davidson is one company that understands your emotions and requirements and have been giving us some of the greatest hits of the touring motorcycles since the beginning of the 20th century.

For the year 2017, this American legend gave the world a brand new lineage of motorcycles that are sophisticated and technologically packed while keeping the core values of its predecessors intact. Running under the hood of each of them will be the all-new Milwaukee-Eight, the ninth generation of Harley-Davidson V-Twin engines that delivers power and reliability unlike no other before.

Running this new power mill will be one of HD’s iconic tourer, the venerable Road Glide Special. The bike takes the touring must-haves and wraps them in a no-apologies style making it the motorcycle of choice for the high-mileage road warrior.

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2017 Harley-Davidson Street Glide - Street Glide Special

2017 Harley-Davidson Street Glide - Street Glide Special

Same Look Outside, But Major Changes Inside

Harley-Davidson updates its popular Street Glide family for MY17 with a few much-needed tweaks that make it as suitable for the superslab as it is for the boulevard. The earlier generation suffered from lack of power, uninspired suspension and a definite heat-to-rider transfer problem to boot. Harley addressed these problems to make the Street Glide into the bike it always should have been. Dual Bending Valve Forks and rear emulsion shocks take care of the suspension problems, while the Milwaukee-Eight engine brings 6.7 additional pounds of torque to help it push that front fairing into the wind comfortably at highway speeds and above. Adjustments made to manage the heat problem results in a whole new animal in the bagger stable. So, let’s check out the new models and try to act like we’re seeing the family for the first time, because in a way we are.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Street Glide and Street Glide Special.

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2017 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited / Ultra Limited Low

2017 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited / Ultra Limited Low

In spite of recent gains by long-time rival Indian Motorcycle, Harley-Davidson remains the king of the American-style bagger/tourbikes. The brand and genre are inextricably linked with the American landscape, and the new Ultra Limited and Ultra Limited Low are perfect examples of why that is still true. This year sees the all-new, 107-inch, Milwaukee-Eight engine with nearly 114 pounds o’ grunt on tap along with improved suspension components and other, comfort-related improvements over the MY16 units. Naturally, this is in addition to all the tour-tastic yummy-goodness that made the Ultra Limited such a touring staple in the first place. Today I’m going to take a look at this pair to see what else is new and exciting, then we are going to see how it measures up against the Indian Roadmaster that I reckon will be its most direct competitor.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited and Ultra Limited Low.

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2017 Harley-Davidson Road King & Road King Special

2017 Harley-Davidson Road King & Road King Special

The Road King has long been an alternative for Harley-Davidson riders who want a tour-capable bike sans barn-door fairing. It keeps getting better in the 2017 model year with the new Milwaukee-Eight engine and a special trim package called — wait for it — the Road King Special. Updated looks and performance are the main selling points here, over and above the usual litany of reasons to consider the Road King, and the recent demise of Victory Motorcycles makes this ride even more important to H-D in the long run.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Road King and Road King Special.

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2017 Harley-Davidson Road King

2017 Harley-Davidson Road King

The 2017 Harley-Davidson Road King brings classic, FL design elements and the MoCo’s newest engine — the Milwaukee-Eight — together for this new generation of the touring king. Not only is the engine all new, but Harley finally got out of its suspension rut and threw on something other than its usual vanilla components. Is it enough, and can it compete with other established cruise/tour models out there? What else has Harley hidden away in there? Join me as I take a good look at the new FLHR and check out what all the factory tucked in there to stay relevant in an ever more demanding market.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Road King.

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2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited / Ultra Limited Low

2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited / Ultra Limited Low

When it comes to American touring machines, Harley-Davidson finds itself in an enviable position indeed. As the domestic manufacturer with the longest uninterrupted production run, The MoCo has helped to shape and define what “tourbike” means to us, which is quite different from the rest of the world, to put it mildly.

U.S. Tourbikes, for several decades now, have been all about getting as much storage, comfort and luxe features packed onto the frame as possible, and the H-D Ultra Limited and Ultra Limited Low represents its top-of-the-line touring model without getting into the CVO division. Although this pair doesn’t get the sexy, 110-inch CVO motor, they do sport a whole host of Project Rushmore features, so we wind up with some of Harley’s top-shelf, rider-inspired gadgets that turn this line into something of a national opus.

For those of you who are unfamiliar, Project Rushmore is a campaign by Harley to gather ideas from its customer base and actively develop and impliment them on production models — sort of a suggestions box on steroids — so can one argue that these bikes are built by the people, for the people? OK, that may be going it a bit high, but join me anyway while I take a look at the Ultra Limited and Ultra Limited Low.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited and Ultra Limited Low.

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2014 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Road Glide / Road Glide Special / Road Glide Ultra

2014 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Road Glide / Road Glide Special / Road Glide Ultra

Back after a two-year hiatus, the Road Glide Ultra rejoins Harley-Davidson’s FLTR touring stable that includes the Road Glide — which returned to the lineup in 2015 after a year-long hiatus — and the new-for-2015 Road Glide Special. Why the absences? Why, to get Project Rushmore work-ups, of course.

Since its introduction in 2011, the Road Glide Ultra has been the bike of choice for hard-core Harley tourers both in the saddle and on the pillion and its return to the touring lineup is a welcome event. The Road Glide, the base model workhorse of the FLTR group, continues the tradition of outstanding touring comfort and joins its sibling, the Road Glide Special for some new-for-2016 goodies.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Road Glide, Road Glide Special and Road Glide Ultra.

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2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Street Glide / Street Glide Special

2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Street Glide / Street Glide Special

Harley-Davidson calls it a “stripped-down bagger.” I prefer to think of it as half-a-bagger or a boulevard bruiser because of the trade off between storage space and low, mean good looks.

Whatever you call it, the Street Glide Special — one of Harley’s Project Rushmore bikes — is a compromise between carrying capacity and vanity, and I mean that in the best possible way. It retains the capacity of the big side bags and the comfort of the front fairing, so this ride can serve as a bar hopper, grocery getter or open-road tourer right off the lot.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Street Glide and Street Glide Special.

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2015 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic

2015 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic

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When you set out to improve the most respected touring machine on earth, you don’t take shortcuts and you sure as hell don’t accept any limits. 2015 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic Key Features:
• NEW Paint color options including Custom color
• High Output Twin Cam 103™ Black powdercoated powertrain with chrome covers
• Hydraulic clutch actuation
• Wind-tunnel tested Batwing fairing with Splitstream vent for reduced head buffeting
• Reflex™ Linked Brakes with ABS; floating (...)

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Brando's Harley Sells For $256,000

Brando’s Harley Sells For $256,000

The late Marlon Brando didn’t just portray and influence the biker lifestyle in The Wild One, he actually was an avid motorcycle enthusiast in his personal life long before the 1953 hit movie. One of his rides just fetched over a quarter-million dollars at a Julien’s Hollywood Legends auction. The 1970 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra-Glide, with black sheet metal and “gangster whitewall” tires, had only 13,859 miles on the odometer when it was purchased by a lucky, and apparently well-heeled, enthusiast for a staggering $256,000.

Mr. Brando bought this sled on April 8, 1970, and was the original owner, leaving it pretty much stock and keeping it in very good condition. The engine is what the old boys called a “Shovel-Pan.” It had the Shovelhead top end with the old Panhead bottom end, evidenced by the peanut-hull shaped gearcase cover on the right side that accommodated the generator drive gear that ran off the cam gear, as opposed to the nosecone-style cover used on the later Shovelheads that replaced the generator with an internal alternator housed within the primary-drive cover.

This detail adds a bit of rarity to the bike, in addition to the star power bestowed upon it by its original owner, especially since the 1970 FLH model is listed as having the nosecone/alternator setup. This makes me believe that either this is not the original engine, or perhaps it is actually a 1969 ½ (maybe?) sold as a 1970 model. Whatever the case, the new owner must be tickled pink to score such an interesting and iconic sled. I only hope that said owner actually rides it (carefully) and doesn’t relegate it to a museum display.

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Marlon Brando's Old Harley-Davidson Up For Auction

Marlon Brando’s Old Harley-Davidson Up For Auction

A 1969 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra-Glide has been put up for auction at Julien’s Auctions on June 27, 2015. This isn’t just your regular classic Harley, though, because a certain Hollywood icon once owned this particular bike. That actor was Marlon Brando, who many of us remember for his iconic roles in the Godfather, Apocalypse Now, and Julius Caesar.

The history behind this specific Harley FLH Electra Glide began in 1970 when Brando first purchased it. Fast forward to 2015 and the Electra Glide is about to get a new owner, who could end up forking as much as $400,000 to own it.

That’s Julien’s Auctions pre-auction estimate of the bike, although something that once belonged to Don Vito Corleone himself could fetch a lot more than that. From what I’ve gathered, past motorcycles owned by Hollywood legends have commanded huge sums of money.

A recent example is music legend Jerry Lee Lewis, who auctioned off his 1959 Harley-Davidson for $385,000 in January 2015. That winning bid is a stout one, but still pales in comparison to the Harley chopper ridden by Peter Fonda in the 1969 movie Easy Rider. That one sold for a whopping $1.35 million, making it the most expensive auction price for a motorcycle in history.

I don’t know if Brando’s ’69 FLH Electra Glide will hit that number, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it approaches seven figures. These pre-auction estimates are typically on the conservative side, especially when it comes to celebrity-owned items. If I we’re to make a guess, I think Brando’s Harley could sell for somewhere close to $700,000.

Fortunately, the auction is in two weeks so we won’t have to wait too long to find out how much it’ll go for.

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Harley-Davidson Recalls Over 50,000 Models Due To Clutch, Reflector Problems

Harley-Davidson Recalls Over 50,000 Models Due To Clutch, Reflector Problems

Harley-Davidson has found itself under siege from a barrage of recalls affecting a lot of its current touring models. According to documents released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over 45,000 Harley-Davidson motorcycles are affected by the recall, covering a myriad of models that include the Road King, Street Glide, Road Glide, and Ultra Limited.

At the heart of the issue is what’s been reported to be clutch problems plaguing a handful of these models. The issue is specifically tied into what the NHTSA describes as "glass bubbles" that could potentially damage the bike’s clutch system and prevent it from disengaging even after the motorcycle has been parked for an extended period of time.

This recall, somewhat surprisingly, has been months in the making, or at least the wheels were put into motion in October 2014 when Harley opened an investigation on the issue after receiving multiple complaints about the aforementioned clutch master cylinder. The company even went so far as to hire a chemist to help with the investigation surrounding an issue that has led to an incredible 313 warranty claims.

It would’ve been manageable if that was the extent of Harley’s recall woes, but it isn’t. Turns out, another 9,285 models of the 2015 Street 500 and 750 are also being recalled for an entirely different issue. The good thing is that these bikes don’t have it as bad as the other Harley models. The bad news is that it’s still significant enough to warrant a recall.

Apparently, these bikes don’t have any rear reflector assemblies. That’s a problem because rear reflectors are federally mandated equipment for all motor vehicles, Harley Davidson Street 500 and 750 models included. Turns out, Harley simply forgot to put them there. If that isn’t embarrassing enough, the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard issued a similar recall for these Harleys since the country has the same requirement for its own vehicles and these bikes don’t have their own rear reflectors.

This particular recall affects Street 500 models built from Jan. 28, 2014 to March 9, 2015 and Street 750 models built from May 12, 2014 to March 9, 2015.

As is always the case when it comes to recalls of this magnitude, Harley-Davidson is setting a plan in motion that would allow its dealership network to inspect any bike that shows up and, if necessary fix whatever’s ailing all these Harley bikes, be it a problem with the clutch or the absence of rear reflectors

Continue reading to read more about Harley-Davidson’s fresh round of recalls.

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2015 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited Low

2015 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited Low

Generally speaking, touring bikes have always been ponderous beasts. They’re tall and heavy, making them top-heavy, particularly when loaded with cargo and a passenger. Their bulk leaves little room to move your feet when backing up, and makes pushing one around a parking lot a nightmare, especially for shorter riders. Enter the 2015 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Limited Low (FLHTKL). Engineered with sleeker lines, a lower overall height, lower center of gravity and extra room for footwork, the Ultra Limited Low mitigates many of the factors that make baggers such a handful, while maintaining the cargo capacity and amenities one would expect from a top-of-the-line — and top dollar — touring motorcycle.

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Famous Bike Builders Sign up To Be Part Of Buffalo Chip Challenge

Famous Bike Builders Sign up To Be Part Of Buffalo Chip Challenge

John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts and Paul Yaffe of Bagger Nation are two of the most renowned motorcycle aftermarket names in the industry today. The two are stars of the History Channel’s “Biker Battleground: Phoenix” and now, Shope and Yaffe have also signed up to be part of the Sturgis Buffalo Chip’s Buffalo Chip Challenge.

Both Shope and Yaffe will play pivotal roles in assisting Black Hills area high school students as they embark on the challenge of customizing a 2014 Indian Chieftain and a 2014 Harley-Davidson Road King. The Sturgis Buffalo Chip will then auction off the two customized cruisers on Aug. 3, 2015, in support of its signature Legends Ride. For what it’s worth, these students couldn’t have found two more capable tuners to get assist them in this challenge.

The opportunity to learn from two of the best bike tuners in Shope and Yaffe is a tremendous opportunity for these young bloods. Not only will they get the chance to get instructions from these industry heavyweights, but they can also get their feet wet in the world of motorcycle customization. That’s a pretty sweet deal.

Shope is regarded as one of the best motorcycle artists in the world and students can tap into that kind of brilliance, together with his Dirty Bird Concepts fabrications to transfer the Indian Chieftain into a fully customized world-class cruiser. On the other end, Yaffe’s reputation as a big wheel bagger should come in handy when he leads another group of students in giving the Harley-Davidson Road King its own customized make-over using parts from Bagger Nation.

Both bikes are expected to be finished and ready in time for the Donnie Smith Bike and Car Show on March 28-29, 2015. The Buffalo Chip Challenge is also open to any high school student in the Black Hills area, even if the orientation is set to take place at Sturgis Brown High School.

I’m personally excited to see what these students can come up with. They’ve got some of the best tuners in the world serving as instructors so expectations are pretty high that they’ll come up with two sweet customized bikes.

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2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic / Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low

2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic / Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low

Riders spoke and Harley listened. With the innovation and improvements born out of Project Rushmore, the touring stable at Harley-Davidson continues to set the standard for serious touring riders.

With few updates aside from paint since 2014 when the Electra Glide Ultra Classic saw the inclusion of the High Output Twin Cam 103™ engine, Reflex™ Link Brakes, new 49 mm forks and a whole slew of Project Rushmore updates for both rider and passenger comfort, the Electra Glide and its new-in-2015 sibling, the Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low are a touring platform for the long haul.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic and Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low.

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2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Road King

2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Road King

Harley-Davidson has some deep roots in the motorcycle industry, and frequently draws on them when designing newer models. Detractors say the brand is mired in the past, but I submit that some of us appreciate the old is new again approach that gives the brand a certain continuity and connection to the models that made it great in the first place.

Harley’s ’15-’16 FLHR Road King is just such a model. The FLHR replaced the Electra Glide Sport as Harley’s non-faired bagger, but if you look hard enough you can see shades of the old “Duo Glide” FL in the front end, fuel tank and tank-mount instrument console from the late ’50s.

Although the folks at the factory bill this bike as a touring model, I kind of feel like it’s more of a cruiser with light touring capabilities, especially when compared to Harley’s full-dresser touring models. Let’s take a look at the Road King together and you can make up your own mind on that point.

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2012 Harley-Davidson FLTRXSE CVO Road Glide Custom

2012 Harley-Davidson FLTRXSE CVO Road Glide Custom

With its classic design, the Harley Davidson CVO Road Glide Custom is considered one of the most wanted hot rod touring models in its class. The 2012 Harley-Davidson FLTRXSE CVO Road Glide Custom is offered with an exclusive multi-color paint scheme, a new high-output sound system and a host of fresh custom components.

Its distinctive feature is the shark-nose which not only protects the rider from wind, but also gives the entire bike a pretty unique look. Then, there is the strong, air-cooled, Twin Cam 110 engine, which is mated on a 6-Speed Cruise Drive gearbox and delivers a combined fuel consumption of 41 mpg.

The CVO Road Glide Custom is built on the innovative Harley-Davidson Touring chassis, based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders.

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2012 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

2012 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

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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2012 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King

2012 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King

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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2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited

2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited

Harley Davidson’s entire lineup of tourers has been revised for 2014 and the Ultra Limited makes no exception.

The 2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited comes with a wide range of comfort upgrades offering more leg room, newly designed back and arm rests, new fairing lowers, heated hand grips and a wider handlebar. The motorcycle’s fairing has also been upgraded as well as other design details.

Power comes from Harley’s twin cooled high output twin cam 103 engine which is mated on a six speed cruise drive transmission. The engine was slightly revised for 2014 to deliver more lowe end torque and to be more refined. It cranks out a peak power of 105.5 ft-lb at 3,750 rp, and scores an average fuel consumption of 42 mpg.

As far as prices are concerned, the standard 2014 Harley Davidson Ultra Limited can be yours for no less than $25,899.

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2014 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic

2014 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic

After receiving the Rushmore “treatment”, the 2014 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic is packed and ready to reward you with a high class riding experience.

Inspiring power and luxury, the 2014 Electra Glide Ultra Classic continues to offer the same first class maneuverability of its predecessors, but delivers a higher level of comfort and more class.

Therefore you get a redesigned airflow, a better heat management, more passenger space, modern back rests, revised seats as well as more leg room and ergonomically designed hand controls. The motorcycle’s design wasn’t left behind either and the 2014 Electra Glide Ultra Glide Classic features restyled fairing, a fresh inner faring design and new tank and fender badges.

Apart from the comfort, technology and style upgrades the 2014 version is also equipped with a revised 103 twin cam engine that puts out a maximum torque of 104 lb.ft at 3250 rpm.

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2014 Harley Davidson Road King

2014 Harley Davidson Road King

The Harley Davidson Road King was received a series of upgrades for 2014. The new model is more comfortable, better looking and delivers better performances than its predecessor.

The motorcycle is propelled by an air-cooled, 103.1 cu.in. high output Twin Cam 103 engine with integrated oil cooler. For 2014, the engine was slightly modified to deliver more low-end torque, more passing power and a better feedback. In terms of power, the engine cranks out a maximum torque of 104.7 ft-lb at 3,250 rpm and offers a combined fuel economy of 42 mpg.

The air cooled unit sends its power to the ground through Harley’s six speed cruise drive transmission that delivers smooth and quiet shifts.

The motorcycle also comes with new a Reflex Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Linked Brakes, new dual halogen and LED headlamps and fog lamps, brighter Tour Pak lighting, brighter turn signals, brighter brake lights, and a new steering head with stiffer front forks.

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2013 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited

2013 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited

The 2013 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited is a modern cruiser designed for picky riders.

Whether we are talking about comfort, style of performances, the Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited won’t disappoint you in any area.

In terms of power, the motorcycle is propelled by a 1690 cc, air-cooled, twin cam 103 engine with integrated oil-cooler valves pushrod-operated, overhead valves with hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters and two valves per cylinder.

The motorcycle comes with a comprehensive list of standard features which includes anti-lock brakes, electronic cruise control, Smart Security System, unique two-tone paint schemes, premium Tour-Pak luggage rack, premium, plush removable luggage liners and heated hand grips.

The motorcycle’s chassis is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm that were carefully forged to be a perfect match for the strong engine and to be able to withstand the demands of long journeys without any problem.

The Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited is offered with a starting price of $24,199.

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2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide

2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide

With its retro style and the imposing stance, the Ultra Classic Electra Glide sets the standard for long-haul touring comfort and convenience. Though many imitators sought to duplicate it, the Ultra Classic Electra Glide stands tall as a benchmark for touring enthusiasts.

Among the features offered by the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide fourspeaker, 80-watt Harmon/Kardon Advanced Audio System, one-piece, two-up Electra Glide Classic comfort stitch seat with passenger backrest, adjustable fairing-mounted air deflectors, vented removable fairing lowers with integral glove boxes, spacious Tour-Pak carrier and injection-molded hard saddlebags.

At the heart of the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide beats a 1690 cc Air-cooled Twin Cam 103 engine with integrated oil cooler.

The engine is mounted on a strong tubular frame which is fitted with front 41.3 mm telescopic, triple circuit damping forks and rear air adjustable shocks.

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2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited

2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited

The Electra Glide Ultra Limited is another custom-looking bike built by the American Manufacturer. Apart from its unique styling features, the motorcycle is also pretty strong as is equipped with a large, 1690 cc Twin Cam 103 engine, which puts out just enough power to reward you with a serious amount of thrills.

You also get a pretty long list of standard features which include anti-lock brakes, electronic cruise control, Smart Security System, premium Tour-Pak luggage rack, premium, plush removable luggage liners and heated hand grips.

All components are mounted on a rigid backbone frame which is combined with a stout swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders.

The 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited is available in four colors namely Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl/Vivid Black, Ember Red Sunglo/Merlot Sunglo, Midnight Pearl/ Brilliant Silver Pearl.


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2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic

2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic

The Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic brings a level of luxury to touring adventures with features like a spacious Tour-Pak carrier, a Harmon/Kardon Advanced Audio System and fine Harley-Davidson styling detail.

However, the motorcycle’s center piece is the new rubber-mounted Twin Cam 103 V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) with heated O2 sensors and Electronic Throttle Control (ETC). The engine is mated on a smooth-shifting 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission.

The entire motorcycle is built on an innovative Harley-Davidson Touring chassis based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm.

In terms of practicality, the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic offers 2.26 cu. ft. of saddlebag space.

The bike is also offered with an optional electronic cruise control system and the Security Package Option that bundles Anti-lock Brakes and the Harley-Davidson Smart Security System.

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2013 Harley Davidson Touring Ultra Classic Electra Glide

2013 Harley Davidson Touring Ultra Classic Electra Glide

The Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide has received a few upgrades for 2013, including a Harley motorcycle sidecar.

The most distinctive styling cues include the classic hand finished fuel tank, bat-wing fairing, GTX Saddlebags and a large 17-Inch front wheel. The bike is finished in a premium Paint which is up to two times thicker than the competition.

The motorcycle is propelled by a twin cam 103 engine based on the legendary Flathead, Knucklehead, Panhead, Shovelhead, Evolution, Twin Cam 88 and Twin Cam 96 engines that came before. Thanks to the lightweight piston design, delivery of the added power is more refined than ever. Not to mention about the smooth six speed Cruise Drive transmission that was especially designed to work together with this engine.

The motorcycle is fitted with a capable air-adjustable suspension which is offered as standard equipment.

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2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Electra Glide Ultra Limited

2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Electra Glide Ultra Limited

There are many capable touring bikes on today’s streets, but Harley Davidson’s motorcycles are without a doubt the most popular of them all.

The company has a long history behind, and its new models are as appreciated as its old ones used to be. Among them, you’ll also find the 2013 Touring Electra Glide Ultra Limited which represents the purest form of American style.

For 2013, the Electra Glide Ultra Limited comes in an extremely limited, serialized 110th Anniversary Special Edition, featuring exclusive commemorative anniversary styling elements and premium features which help it maintain its position among the best bikes in the segment.

On the long list of features you’ll find ABS brakes, heated hand grips, titanium face gauges, Tour-Pak inserts, a premium Tour-Pak luggage rack, 28-Spoke contrast chrome wheels and special Ultra Limited identifier medallions.

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2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Street Glide

2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Street Glide

Te most striking feature of the 2013 Harley-Davidson Street Glide FLHX is its iconic bat wing fairing which gives it a unique custom appearance. Other styling cues include the peanut fuel tank, classic fenders, the sculpted leather seat and the GTX Saddlebags. We also need to send a shout at the custom rear taillights and the large 18 inch front wheel which further enhance the classic look of the motorcycle.

But what makes the 2013 Harley Davidson Touring Street Glide truly attractive is its capable twin cam 103 engine which carries on the legacy of the Flathead, Knucklehead, Panhead, Shovelhead, Evolution, Twin Cam 88; and Twin Cam 96 engines that came before it. As far as performance go, the engine cranks out 136 Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm and delivers a combined fuel consumption of 5.6 liters/100 km.

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2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Road King

2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Road King

Harley Davidson launched a limited, serialized 110th Anniversary Special Edition of its Touring Road King motorcycle. The new model comes with an exclusive range of accessories and features which enhance its unique character.

The Harley Road King is propelled by a capable air-cooled Twin Cam 103 Harley engine which is paired with a 6 speed cruise drive transmission. The engine cranks out 136 Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm and delivers a combined fuel consumption of 5.6 liters/100 km.

The motorcycle’s frame has received a few changes and its stamped and welded parts and bent tubing were ditched for strong castings and forgings.

The stopping power is assured by a set of strong Brembo brakes which include dual discs paired with 4-piston front and rear calipers. Apart from its capable braking system, the Harley-Davidson Touring Road King is also equipped with a similarly capable suspension system which is adjustable.

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2012 Harley-Davidson Touring FLTRX Road Glide Custom

2012 Harley-Davidson Touring FLTRX Road Glide Custom

The Road Glide Custom is a tough, low version of the shark-nose Harley-Davidson classic, with a big 18-inch front wheel, a 2-into-1 exhaust, and a smooth tail light assembly. This bagger rolls with swagger.

The motorcycle is fitted with a new rubber-mounted Twin Cam 103 V-Twin engine with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) with heated O2 sensors and Electronic Throttle Control (ETC). The 1690 cc engine is mated on a 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission and delivers an average fuel consumption of 42 MPG. The motorcycle’s chassis is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s powerful engines.

As far as comfort goes , the bike comes with a sculpted seat, custom floorboard, a short Lexan wind deflector and an ergonomic handlebar.

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2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Road Glide Ultra

2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Road Glide Ultra

The 2013 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra was especially developed to withstand the demands of a premium long-haul motorcycle. To be as practical as possible, the bike comes with a set of generous saddlebags, cruise control and a high output accessory connector.

Apart from its practical character offered by its numerous features, the motorcycle has also a pretty unique design language which inspires power and dynamism. You’ll especially like the imposing 17 inch wheels and the aggressive Shark-Nose Fairing.

At the heart of the 2013 Harley-Davidson Touring Road Glide Ultra beats an air cooled Twin Cam 103 Harley Davidson engine which cranks out 100 ft-lb of torque at 3,250 rpm.

Among the long list of features offered by this American beauty you’ll find an Advanced Harman/Kardon Audio System, Anti-Lock Brakes and a H-D Smart Security System.

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2010 Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom

2010 Harley-Davidson FLTRX Road Glide Custom

Among Harley’s nine all new 2010 models, we find the Road Glide Custom a much more aggressive approach towards the shark-nose Harley-Davidson classic style. Not only the bike is now lowered, but it also features a big 18-inch front wheel, a 2-into-1 exhaust, and a smooth tail light assembly for a bike that is worthy of the word ‘custom’ in its name.

While the chassis is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s more-powerful engines, we’re happy to hear that the 96ci V-Twin behind this model is capable of 125.55 Nm at 3500 rpm, which makes the Road Glide Custom even more of a temptation.

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2010 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited

2010 Harley-Davidson FLHTK Electra Glide Ultra Limited

For 2010, Harley-Davidson took the Electra Glide and gave it a shot of steroids. The end result is even more performance and much greater touring looks. Now powered by a Twin Cam 103ci engine, which is 10 percent torqueier than the Twin Cam 96 engine, the all new Electra Glide Ultra Limited had to feature a new chassis that would withstand the new demands involved. The single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm sound like just the right components to start with.

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Harley-Davidson Road King Custom turns rust into fashion

Harley-Davidson Road King Custom turns rust into fashion

There was nothing wrong with this 2005 Harley-Davidson Road King Custom before California-based Chris from Fox Custom Paint and Ric Greene from Southeast Custom Cycles began working at it and now it looks like everything’s wrong with the American bagger. That is because our guys decided to get the bike rid of its shiny paint and chrome only to create the distress look that they think fits this H-D model very well.

Indeed, after noticing how much attention rat rods were getting at custom shows, the Californian boys uncovered the clean metal underneath Harley’s impeccable paintjob only to then start applying their own sky blue paintjob (actually several layers of basecoats and different color primers), which also had to be partially sanded off.

But it is the finishing touch that gives the bike its rusty look. A spray bottle of different color base was used to squirt paint on the thing and obtain the rust-like spots that are actually eye-catching.

This is definitely something we don’t see every day, although we could start living with this. While most custom builders aim towards Harley’s quality finishing, these guys have just tipped the scale in the complete opposite direction.

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2010 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide

2010 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide

Basing on the same single-spar, rigid backbone frame and stout swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today’s more-powerful engines, Harley-Davidson manages to deliver yet another veritable touring motorcycle in the form of the 2010 Ultra Classic Electra Glide. Built with long-haul touring comfort, convenience, and cargo capacity in mind, without drifting away from the unique American style, this model is sure to become an icon of the open road.

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Harley-Davidson bikes are good for stunts too

Matt Mingay is a stunt rider from Stuntz Inc performing on Harley-Davidson motorcycles such as the 2009 Fatboy and Ultra Glide as well as the Muscle and the Nightster. As crazy as it might sound, this guy manages to do with these bikes what few sport bike riders can with theirs.

Harley-Davidson has teamed up with Firestorm for the making of this video, which looks almost unrealistic due to the type of bikes involved. Believe it, it’s real!

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2009 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra Classic

2009 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra Classic

Nowadays, it is very hard towards impossible to come up with brand new, 100 per cent original cruising/touring motorcycle and no manufacturer knows that better than Harley-Davidson. So we’re guessing that engineers and designers came up to the simple conclusion that their new project didn’t necessarily had to be a motorcycle, but something that would take the best of the motorcycle world and add enough carrying capacity to keep a couple on the highways all year round…something like a trike.

The 2009 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra Classic is the latest addition to the Touring family and addresses to the kind of rider that would have bought the two-wheeled version and turn it into his own. So is it legitimate to suppose that owners themselves inspired Harley on this one?

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2009 Harley-Davidson Touring

2009 Harley-Davidson Touring

The key to mastering the Touring segment is to offer diversity and Harley-Davidson doesn’t just build one or two models and leave owners start from there and accesorize their rides as their hearts indicate (although that might very well be the solution as well), but builds an entire family with models suiting every single possible taste and if that’s not enough, then you can pick the almost ideal model for you and make it really yours.

In fact, the real problem now is which of the seven bikes to choose as all seem to blink an eye at you and each one is well worth checking out. Harley-Davidson worked to improve both the chassis and the engine so the 2009 model years are as new as they get. So you’re invited to get a look at our monstrously big preview based on the American manufacturer’s detailed information about this family.

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Michael Jackson Harley-Davidson to be auctioned

Michael Jackson Harley-Davidson to be auctioned

Michael Jackson will sell his police spec Harley-Davidson Road King together with more than 2000 items from his Neverland ranch during a five-day auction in Beverly Hills, California. Julien’s Auctions organizez the event which will take place between April 22 and 25.

As reported, part of the money will go to charity, but most will end up in the pop star’s continuously shrinking pocket.

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New Two Pocket Fairing Pouch for the Harley-Davidson Street Glide

New Two Pocket Fairing Pouch for the Harley-Davidson Street Glide

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Designed for the Harley-Davidson Street Glide and any 1996-later Electra Glide with a low-profile accessory windshield, the new Two Pocket Fairing Pouch (P/N 58928-08; $99.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories puts convenient storage space at the rider’s fingertips. Sized to fit above the instrument panel and behind low-profile wind deflectors, the black leather Two-Pocket Fairing Pouch is ideal for storing cell phones and (...)

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2007 Harley-Davidson FLHRS Road King Custom

2007 Harley-Davidson FLHRS Road King Custom

Less can truly be more with the FLHRS Road King Custom as it rides with an attitude inspired by the West Coast custom scene. Now possessing the Twin Cam 96 engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and reduced clutch lever effort, the Road King Custom brings more performance and an easy ride.

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2007 Harley-Davidson LHR Road King

2007 Harley-Davidson LHR Road King

The FLHR Road King provides timeless Harley-Davidson styling with riding comfort of a Touring chassis now featuring the Twin Cam 96 engine and 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission. Locking, weather-resistant hard-shell saddlebags and a large, detachable windshield help resist the elements.

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2007 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide

2007 Harley-Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide

As the ultimate touring motorcycle from Harley-Davidson, the FLHTCU Ultra Classic Electra Glide benefits from the additional performance of the Twin Cam 96 engine and 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission. With more displacement, lower cruising RPMs and reduced clutch lever effort, the Ultra Classic Electra Glide delivers maximum performance in comfort.

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2007 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic

2007 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra Glide Classic

The FLHTC Electra Glide Classic has the features of a full dresser touring motorcycle while maintaining opportunity for plenty of customizing. The addition of the Twin Cam 96 engine and 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission make the Electra Glide Classic a powerful touring machine with a passenger and cargo. Reduced clutch lever effort, an adjustable Tour-Pak, comfortable passenger seating area and 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon surround the rider and passenger in comfort and style.

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2007 Harley-Davidson FLHT Electra Glide

2007 Harley-Davidson FLHT Electra Glide

The FLHT Electra Glide Standard can serve as a clean canvas for creating a personalized custom tourer or as an ideal entry to motorcycle touring. Now adding the Twin Cam 96 engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), the Electra Glide Standard provides power for the pavement.

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2007 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

2007 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic

Recalling deep Harley-Davidson roots, the FLHRC Road King Classic rides with nostalgic styling cues like wide whitewall tires on steel laced wheels, a tooled leather touring seat, leather-covered hard-shell saddlebags and metal trim.

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2007 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide

2007 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide

A uniquely designed "shark nose" fairing and sleek styling make the FLTR Road Glide stand out among Harley-Davidson touring motorcycles. The frame-mounted fairing reduces weight on the fork and handlebar giving the Road Glide an enjoyable highway ride with protection from the elements.

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2007 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

2007 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide

The FLHX Street Glide has proved to be every bit the dresser with an edge for riders interested in considerable custom and comfort. Taking its key styling cues directly from design trends in the custom marketplace, the Street Glide presents full touring capability in style and comfort. It comes equipped with the traditional "bat wing" fairing, the 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon, durable GTX nylon saddlebags, air-adjustable rear suspension and triple-disc brakes.

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUSE Screamin' Eagle Ultra Classic Electra Glide

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUSE Screamin’ Eagle Ultra Classic Electra Glide

Features of the 2006 FLHTCUSE ScreaminÕ Eagle Ultra Classic Electra Glide include Custom Colors: Black Emerald and Majestic Green Pearl Black Candy Crimson and Charcoal Slate Autumn Haze and Vivid Black Paint: Color-matched vented fairing lowers with storage compartments Color-matched inner fairing and switch panel Color-matched saddlebag filler strips Custom leather Tour-Pak styled with custom leather (...)

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHTC/I Electra Glide Classic

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHTC/I Electra Glide Classic

The FLHT/I Electra Glide Standard offers a selection of basic touring amenities for the rider who’s looking for a no-nonsense, long-distance motorcycle. It also serves as an ideal entry point for an owner interested in creating a personalized custom. Locking GTX hard saddlebags, the classic Harley-Davidson fork-mounted touring fairing with instrumentation, air-adjustable rear suspension, triple-disc brakes and auxiliary lamps are standard. Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection is an available option. Offered in traditional Vivid Black, new Fire Red Pearl and new Sunglo Blue.

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHT/I Electra Glide Standard

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHT/I Electra Glide Standard

Offered for the first time in color options, the FLHT/I Electra Glide Standard is an outstanding value for a rider who wants basic touring amenities or a clean starting point for a customized touring machine. Chopper Blue and Black Cherry join traditional Vivid Black as color choices for the 2006 FLHT/I. Standard features include locking GTX saddlebags, the classic Harley-Davidson fork-mounted touring fairing with instrumentation and air-adjustable rear suspension. The Electra Glide Standard is available with carburetor or Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection.

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLTRI Road Glide

2006 Harley-Davidson FLTRI Road Glide

Clean, unadorned styling and a distinctive, frame-mounted fairing set the FLTRI Road Glide apart from other Harley-Davidson touring motorcycles. Because it’s mounted to the frame instead of the handlebars, the wind-splitting fairing reduces weight on the fork and handlebars to give the Road Glide responsive handling. Weather protection remains outstanding. The fairing holds a cockpit-style instrument display and a new 40-watt Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon. Hard-shell saddlebags, cruise control and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection are standard. New black slashing graphics create a bold contrast on lighter color combinations that were not offered in the past. The Road Glide is available in eight color combinations for 2006, including new Fire Red Pearl and new Deep Cobalt and Yellow Pearl

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic

Immersed in Harley-Davidson heritage, the FLHRCI Road King Classic offers appealing details like wide whitewall tires wrapped over steel laced wheels, a tooled leather Touring seat and leather-covered hard-shell saddlebags, and unique metal trim items. It’s a stunning motorcycle, and always ready for the open road with a large detachable windshield, air-adjustable rear suspension, auxiliary passing lights, triple-disc brakes and standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection and cruise control. Offered in 10 solid, Sunglo and two-tone color combinations for 2006.

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHRS/I Road King Custom

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHRS/I Road King Custom

Lean and clean the FLHRS/I Road King Custom rolls with a cool attitude inspired by the California beach scene. A smooth front fender, swept-back chrome wind deflector and pull back Beach handlebars, and leather-covered smooth hard bags give the Road King Custom a streamlined, liquid profile. Low Profile rear suspension and a deep bucket seat combine for a seat height of just 26.1 inches, the lowest in the Touring family. Chrome Slotted Cast Alloy wheels, nickel-plated tank badges, bullet front and rear turn signals, streamlined rider footboards, passenger pegs and brake pedal, and a smooth chrome fuel tank console are exclusive custom features. Offered in eight solid, Sunglo and pearl colors for 2006.

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHR/I Road King

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHR/I Road King

The FLHR/I Road King offers classic Harley-Davidson styling with the long-range comfort of the Touring chassis. Locking, weather-resistant hard-shell saddlebags and a large, detachable windshield handle luggage and the weather. A two-piece touring seat, air-adjustable rear Touring suspension and footboards make for all-day comfort. The big, clear-lens Hiawatha headlight and new clear-lens auxiliary passing lights, console-mounted speedometer and a deep skirted FL front fender deliver the style. There are 10 color options for 2006 including four two-tone combinations.

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHX/I Street Glide

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHX/I Street Glide

Custom touches include Streamliner footboards, brake pedal and passenger pegs. A stretched, chrome fuel tank console has an embossed, diamond-cut nameplate. The tank features a special smoked-chrome emblem. The result is a touring motorcycle that looks lower, lighter and cleaner than an Electra Glide and rolls down the road with more attitude. The Street Glide is available in four solid colors: Vivid Black, Black Pearl, Black Cherry and Deep Cobalt.

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