The blade with which Harley-Davidson streamlined its cruiser lineup cut deep and wide with an entire branch (Dyna) finding itself pruned from the family tree. That’s right, we lost the successor to the FXR family, and have only the Softail lineup for cruiser work. Though we’ve lost an iconic family (that I never cared for, I should probably add), my target for today picks up the torch from a particluar Dyna model that held a special place in the hearts of many, the Low Rider. Powered by the new-to-cruisers Milwaukee-Eight engine with a total of 110 pound-feet of torque, the new agile Softail frame brings heretofore unseen performance to the family. Good thing too, since the MoCo is pinning its hopes for success in the cruiser market on models like the new Low Rider. What else has Harley packed onto the ride? Read on to find out.