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.

  • 2006 Harley-Davidson FLHR/I Road King
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  • Displacement:
    1450 L
  • Top Speed:
    106 mph
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Get in the saddle of a Road King and instantly you declare there is no horizon too distant. The bold profile hits you first. FL forks. Full fenders. Big chrome headlight and nacelle. Everything here ...

... is fit for a royal journey. Like an air-adjustable suspension and refined chassis. Detachable windshield. Weather-resistant, lockable saddlebags. Two-up seat. Beneath all the form lies the function. An isolation-mounted, black powder-coated and chrome-covered Twin Cam 88® engine in carb or EFI. More riders are choosing the EFI option for the smoothest, most reliable starting and operating. The Road King commands you to ride. You nod, thumb the starter and gladly obey.

2006 Harley-Davidson FLHR/I Road King
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Harley Davidson FLHR/I Road King features

  • Vibration-isolated, 1450cc Twin Cam 88 engine
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • New low-effort clutch
  • Heritage styling
  • Large Hiawatha headlight
  • Detachable windshield
  • Large, tank-mounted speedometer
  • Two-piece Touring seat
  • Locking GTX nylon alloy saddlebags
  • Triple-disc brakes
  • Air-adjustable rear suspension
  • Cruise control-ready
  • New clear-lens, reflector-optic auxiliary lamps
  • New Pinstripe footboard inserts
  • New 50 amp/650 watt charging system
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