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There's Already a Harley Nightster Custom Build

There’s Already a Harley Nightster Custom Build

Mere weeks after its launch, Japanese Builder Hide Motorcycles Unveils Its Take on the Sportster Replacement

The Harley Davidson Nightster might only be a few weeks old, but already custom builders are showing their take on the Sportster replacement.

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Harley Davidson Introduces the Nightster

Harley Davidson Introduces the Nightster

Baby Brother to the Sportster S, with liquid-cooled v-twin engine of 975cc

Harley Davidson has filled a gap in its model line-up with the Nightster, using a 975cc version of the Revolution Max engine.

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Your Five-point Guide To The New Harley-Davidson Nightster

Your Five-point Guide To The New Harley-Davidson Nightster

The Nighster sits below the Sportster S and serves as an entry into the revamped Harley-Davidson Sportster lineup

Harley-Davidson has taken the wraps off the new Nighster, the Milwaukee brand’s newest offering under its revamped and modernized Sportster lineup.

Here are five must-know things about the new bike:

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This is the best Harley Sportster Custom Ever!

This is the best Harley Sportster Custom Ever!

Lord Drake Kustoms Knock This Build Out of the Park and Into the Dirt

Harley Davidson’s Sportster has long been a favourite of custom builders, perhaps because it has been around for so long. This job from Lord Drake Customs, however, might just be the best yet.

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For 2022, Harley Davidson is Focussing on Performance

For 2022, Harley Davidson is Focussing on Performance

Low Rider, Road Glide and Street Glide All Get 117cu.in. Motor

For 2022, Harley Davidson is going all out for performance with a 117cu.in. engine, coupled with custom-scene inspired paint jobs on the CVO models.

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Harley Davidson 2022 Line-Up Detail Changes Revealed

Harley Davidson 2022 Line-Up Detail Changes Revealed

CVO and New Models Wait Until End of January For Reveal

Harley Davidson has revealed its 2022 model line-up, but will wait until the end of January to announce CVO and new models

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2021 Harley Davidson Street Glide Arctic Blast Limited Edition

2021 Harley Davidson Street Glide Arctic Blast Limited Edition

More colour, more money

Harley Davidson’s Street Glide has been a huge success for the Milwaukee-based manufacturer. Now it is available as a limited edition in the Arctic Blast paint job. Just 500 examples available with a price tag of over $38,000! Despite this, expect it to sell out quickly.

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New Harley Davidson Sportster S Launched

New Harley Davidson Sportster S Launched

The Sportster Leaps Into The 21st Century

After three years of being teased, the new Harley Davidson Sportster S has been officially launched. Looking exactly like the concept, it is powered by a detuned 1250 Revolution Max engine, which now acts as a stressed member of the chassis. Strong Harley Davidson DNA in the looks but a huge advance in electronic sophistication over the old Sportster. Available from Fall 2021

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2021 Harley-Davidson Pan America

2021 Harley-Davidson Pan America

Harley shows us a proper off-road-capable adventure tourer

The Harley-Davidson Motor Company has been making progress on its “100 new bikes” initiative, and while some of them have been variations on existing platforms, the new-for-next-year Pan America represents a net-new direction for Milwaukee. This marks a radical departure from the norm for The MoCo as it’s what you might call an actual proper adventure bike. It’s built with an off-road bias to a degree far beyond the flat-track bike or any Sportster-with-knobbies homemade scrambler, and it sports plenty of that rally-type style with a brand-new V-Twin powerplant as the icing on the cake.

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2020 Harley-Davidson Pan-America

2020 Harley-Davidson Pan-America

Harley’s first step into the ADV market and is quite promising with the 1250 Revolution Max motor, chain-drive and an electronic suspension

At the 2019 EICMA show in Milan, the Bar & Shield brand pulled the curtains off their brand-new, strategically developed machines that will bring them a new bunch of riders, ones who’ve never looked inside its shops before. Behold the “Bronx” and the “Pan-America.”

Paving the company into the Streetfighter and the ADV touring category, the Bronx and the Pan-America are the first babies of Harley’s “More Roads to Harley-Davidson” growth plan through 2022, though it all started with the launch of its first electric, no-clutch “twist and go” LiveWire.

These new motorcycles will be powered by the company’s new 60-degree V-twin Revolution Max engine that is supposed to be like nothing seen on a Harley before. The Milwaukee brand hasn’t divulged much information, but enough to just keep us excited through to their launch sometime towards the end of 2020. We’ve gathered them around here for a pre-production review of the Pan-America 1250 Adventure Tourer.

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2020 Harley-Davidson Bronx

2020 Harley-Davidson Bronx

The Milwaukee Brand’s entry into the hot streetfighter market

2020 is the year the Bar & Shield brand will be aggressively trying on new markets, and the first leg is already underway with the launch of its first electric, no-clutch “twist and go” LiveWire. As part of its “More Roads to Harley-Davidson” growth plan through 2022, this year’s EICMA witnessed Harley-Davidson unpacking their first-ever models, paving the company into the Streetfighter and the ADV category.

Rightly called the “Bronx” and the “Pan-America,” these new babies will be powered by the company’s new Revolution Max engine. Harley hasn’t divulged much information, but enough to just keep us excited through to their launch sometime towards the end of 2020. We’ve gathered them around here for a pre-production review of the Bronx. The Pan-America will follow suit.

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2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire

2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire

The First In What Will Be A Portfolio Of Electric Bikes

Electric-powered bikes are at the cutting edge of technology as the world grapples with its fossil-fuel dependency and seeks viable alternatives, and the LiveWire represents the MoCo’s contribution to that effort. Harley-Davidson teased us back in ’14 with the Project Livewire prototype, but at the 2018 EICMA “Milan Show” the production version finally saw the light of day. This machine brings a slew of features to the table that shows that Milwaukee is not as mired in the past as its detractors would like to have you believe with safety and comfort amenities that qualify as top-shelf by anyone’s standards. This is a thoroughly modern ride with up-to-date equipment, and even though it’s operating within a still-niche genre, there’s no problem at all in finding a suitable competitor, so let’s get to it.

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