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.

  • 2006 Harley-Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic
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  • Displacement:
    1450 L
  • Top Speed:
    105 mph
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As you’re filling the tank to your Road King Classic, an admirer moseys up. “She’s a beauty” is all he can manage. You invite him for a closer look. First the sidecar, color-matched with metal ...

... trim, steals his attention. Then he notices the rigid leather bags, laced wheels, detachable windshield, big chrome headlight and nacelle. You notice his eyes grow two sizes. So you mention the EFI Twin Cam 88, refined chassis, air-adjustable suspension, triple-disc brakes and cruise control. As he’s about to reach for the tooled leather seat, the pump dings. He steps back, content with his little taste of freedom. You ride off, no doubt to fuel another dream at the next pump.

Harley Davidson FLHRCI Road King Classic features

  • Vibration-isolated, 1450cc Twin Cam 88 engine with ESPFI
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • New low-effort clutch
  • Detachable windshield
  • Large, tank-mounted speedometer
  • Leather-wrapped, hard saddlebags
  • Tooled leather seat
  • Chrome tank and fender emblems
  • Wide whitewall tires
  • Steel laced wheels
  • Triple-disc brakes
  • Air-adjustable rear suspension
  • Electronic cruise control
  • New clear-lens, reflector-optic auxiliary lamps
  • New footboard inserts
  • New 50 amp/650 watt charging system
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  (6023) posted on 03.21.2006

A fine machine. 55 mpg, all the speed and torque you could want in a heavy bike. handling is outstanding.

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