The word "low" describes much more than rider position when it comes to the FXDL Dyna Low Rider. While the 25.8-inch seat height is among the lowest in the Harley-Davidson line, features like mid-mount foot controls, highway pegs and a pullback handlebar also gives the Low Rider its slammed looks and precise handling. The bike’s ergonomics are well-suited to those looking for a comfortable ride, while the new Twin Cam 96 powertrain actually brings the Low Rider to a higher level of performance for 2007.

  • 2007 Harley-Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider
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    Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
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Black, 10-spoke Cast Aluminum wheels enhance the Low Rider’s slammed look, while the handlebar-mounted indicator cluster adds a classic styling touch. A single floating brake rotor displays more of the front wheel and Chrome, Profile Laced Aluminum wheels are optional. The Low Rider is offered in seven solid and three two-tone color combinations, plus three two-tone custom color options.

FXDL Dyna Low Rider features

  • New vibration-isolated Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • Black powder-coated engine with chrome covers
  • Chrome, staggered shorty dual exhaust
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Enhanced clutch lever interlock operations
  • Redesigned gauges with clock, 6-speed indictor light and LED
  • 49mm forks
  • 30.5-degree fork angle/29-degree steering head angle
  • Wrap-around rear fender
  • 160mm rear tire
  • Black, 10-spoke Cast Aluminum wheels
  • Stylized low-profile suspension
  • Low-slung custom seat
  • Easy-reach pullback handlebar
  • Handlebar-mounted indicator cluster
  • Single floating front brake rotor
  • Mid-mount foot controls
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