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2019 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra

2019 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra

New Engine, New Chassis, New Tech Wizardry

Harley-Davidson has released its 2019 lineup, and it looks like the newly revamped [TriGlide<mot5456] Ultra is the hot ticket to debut all the new tech to come out of Milwaukee this year. The TriGlide combines the stability of a traditional trike platform with all the same tour-tastic goodies that makes H-D’s two-wheeler tourbikes such a success. New this year, an updated infotainment system gives you better touchscreen performance along with better sound system options, but the real performance boost lies in the engine area as Harley beefed up its already massive mill. Attention was paid to the suspension components as well to make this generation of trike smoother than ever before, so as you can see, the MoCo did its homework and gave the people exactly what they want, and more of it. Or, did they? Let’s find out.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra,

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2019 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler

2019 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler

The Hot-Rod Trike Comes With New Electronic Wizardry

Harley-Davidson remakes its hot-rod trike, the Freewheeler, ahead of the 2019 model year with a host of improvements that the factory hopes will help it compete against the burgeoning three-wheeler competition. Brand-new-for-2019, traction control and backtorque-defeating measures have been put into place, and they’re buttressed by a new suspension system for an overall increase in safety and stability. That’s not all; the beating heart was upgraded as well with a 114-inch powerplant shoehorned in where a 107 used to reside, so there’s even more of that grunty performance we expect from Harley’s three-wheeled stoplight-burner. This year makes a significant benchmark in H-D’s technology development, so let’s dig in and see how well it stacks up against the competition.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Freewheeler.

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2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra

2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra

Riding A Trike Isn’t Just For Old Folks Anymore

Harley-Davidson’s three-wheeled Tri Glide Ultra moved into the 2017 model year with a handful of improvements and a brand-spanking new engine. The factory powers it with its powerful Twin-Cooled Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine introduced last year that cranks out over 100 pounds o’ grunt to place it well into the power-cruiser category, even though H-D markets it as a tour bike. Exhaust components rerouting addressed heat problems from prior model-years, and the King of Paint added a couple of new, two-tone paint schemes to the palette for 2017, as well as a 115th Anniversary model for 2018. Harley’s target market for this beast mainly consists of persons who are unwilling or unable to manage one of their admittedly top-heavy, two-wheeled tourers for one reason or another, and I’ve always considered it to be a very laudable thing to try and make sure that anyone who wants bugs in their teeth can have it.

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

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2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler

2017 - 2018 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler

Harley’s Hot-Rod Trike

American riders have had a love affair with the Harley trike ever since the original Servi-Car hit the streets all the way back in 1932, and that’s a fling that Harley-Davidson is still trying to take to the bank with the 2018 Freewheeler. This newest iteration of their naked trike is a real hotrod running the all-new Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine that cranks out 100-plus pound-feet of torque to push it well into the power-cruiser bracket. Last year saw some significant improvements as well as some fairly major structural differences with the tour-tastic Tri Glide Ultra, so let’s see what else Harley packed onto its stoplight-burning trike.

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Freewheeler.

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2016 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler

2016 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler

Harley-Davidson’s “Project Rushmore” is a bold initiative, and it has brought us a surprising number of innovations and upgraded components from a company with something of a take-it-or-leave-it reputation. As much as I would like to say they invented all of them, the truth is that H-D is catching up with the rest of the world. It has been a long time coming, but they are catching up. Most of the Rushmore features made their way onto the big touring bikes with a few bleeding over into the performance models, and in this case, into the trike range.

Introduced in the Fall of 2014, and released for public consumption as a 2015 model, the Harley Freewheeler sees some Rushmore yummy-goodness on a slightly different platform. This three-wheeled creation combines tripod stability with a high-performance motor for a sporty ride without all the usual trike trappings, unusual to say the least, so let’s take a look at this new breed shall we?

Continue reading for my review of the Harley-Davidson Freewheeler.

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2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra

2015 - 2016 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra

It’s now cool to be seen on a trike. No longer is a trike the ride of old guys too infirm to hold up a two-wheeler. Two things excite me about the Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra: it’s a Harley and it’s one of a Harley’s Project Rushmore bikes. As a biker’s ol’ lady, right away I’m excited about a new Harley with that Harley look, feel and sound. Add to that what I know about Project Rushmore, and I already know I’m going to like the Tri Glide Ultra (FLHTCUTG).

Continue reading to see my review on Harley-Davidson’s Tri Glide Ultra.

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2014 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra

2014 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra

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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Silly Harley-Davidson Chinese trike

Silly Harley-Davidson Chinese trike

Although this is not a veritable Harley-Davidson trike, it does stand out as a lame attempt of virtually anything considered to be a mean of transportation. It looks very comfortable, but still too silly for our taste.

P.S. I would really like to see the guy riding this tent motorcycle.

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2010 Harley-Davidson FLHXXX Street Glide Trike

2010 Harley-Davidson FLHXXX Street Glide Trike

Drawing inspiration from its very own Street Glide and Tri Glide models, Harley-Davidson has come up with its second production trike, the 2010 Street Glide Trike. Lighter, more compact and benefiting of the same quality built and reliable performance, this new model takes production trikes to a whole new level and also shows how satisfied was the American Company with their first trike, the Tri Glide Ultra Classic. Both models are now being produced in parallel.

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Motorcycles and Drums in Harley-Davidson's ‘Everything Sonic' commercial starring Dave Grohl

Motorcycles and Drums in Harley-Davidson’s ‘Everything Sonic’ commercial starring Dave Grohl

Everything Sonic is a short Harley-Davidson film, which features Dave Grohl playing drums while his Road King’s engine is running. Foo Fighter front man is talking about his passion for motorcycles and how it all started for him in this domain, but also how it influenced his life and music.

The artist, family man and father is currently taking some time off to focus on a newborn, but still working on the upcoming Foo Fighters Greatest Hits and spinning the wheels of his Harley-Davidson bikes and trike.

See the video after the jump.

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Motorcycle police officer at work!

Motorcycle police officer at work!

As you can see, this motorcycle police officer has found a new, interesting, unique, but extremely efficient method to stop those who break the law. It all consists in attracting the outlaws like a magnet rather than chasing them all over the highway.

I can imagine drivers waiting in line to beg for a biiig ticket. I’m not sure what they’re going to receive although I could make a few remarks regarding to what could there be in that spacious trunk that she rests her elbow on.

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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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Burger Trike

Burger Trike

Two symbols of the United States, the burger and Harley-Davidson motorcycles unite into an incredibly strange looking and most likely smelling combination, the Burger Trike. Harry Sperl is the name behind this unlikely project and the sacrificed bike is a 1987 Harley-Davidson.

This crazy looking thing has even onion-like rear wheels while the front rim looks like a tomato slice so the menu is complete and ready to be served.

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Harley-Davidson V-Rod turned into trike

Harley-Davidson V-Rod turned into trike

Did you ever happen to buy a motorcycle and feel that there’s something missing in what concerns your new acquisition? Something such as a….third wheel for example. It seems that this motorcycle enthusiast did and with incredible results. This is the Harley-Davidson V-Rod Trike, definitely a unique machine which satisfies the riding demands of those who simply can’t stick to the standard two-wheeled version.

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The 2009 Harley-Davidson models are fresh out of the drawing board

The 2009 Harley-Davidson models are fresh out of the drawing board

Harley-Davidson has just presented the 2009 models and some have already started interest. For example, the Muscle V-Rod version is a motorcycle powered by a 1250cc engine developing 122 hp @ 8500 rpm. It didn’t ended up in the line-up with no purpose, all the contrary. It is suppose to keep Harley fans on the American motorcycle now that Yamaha has launched the V-Max and its 200 horsepower look threatening.

Highly refined, the Muscle V-Rod features Brembo brakes, aluminum handlebars and led taillight and indicators. Colors available for it are Vivid Black, Brilliant Silver, Blue Denim and Red Sunglow

A great 2009 addition is the first official Harley-Davidson trike. Based on the Ultra Glide Classic, the machine is suppose to cover up this market section that Harley and the other makers seem to have missed for so long.

Apart from that, the Touring models are getting new chassis and wheels as well as Brembo brakes and a new tank. Everything is designed to add comfort for the long haul where these babies are heading.

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After the Elvis Harley, here comes the Elvis Trike

After the Elvis Harley, here comes the Elvis Trike

Here comes and it’s welcomed. Long live the King(together with his bikes) !

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