Harley-Davidson kicked the Road Glide Ultra to the curb from its touring lineup ahead of MY2020 in favor of its new FLTRK Road Glide Limited.
The Road Glide Limited takes touring comfort and safety up a notch with a host of new electronic features to go with its already-fabulous Infotainment system, and it all comes wrapped in a premium paint along with special bits of bling to finish off the p
Hard side cases and a Tourpak combine to deliver 4.7 cubic-feet of dry and secure storage capacity.
Plus, there's a luggage rack for some extra open-air cargo capacity.
Straight-line stability is rock solid and comfort for both you and your passenger is paramount.
Your passenger is pampered with a wide, comfortable seat complete with a full-width backrest, armrest, and footboards with two speakers in the rear for tunes audible while under way.
A quartet of round gauges and a color TFT touchscreen display for the Boom!™ Box GTS feature
deliver all the pertinent metrics
and serves as an interface for the higher electronics to include music, communications, navigation, and other critical metrics.
Showa Dual Bending Valve forks deliver a superior ride compared to vanilla stems in spite of the fact that they're non-adjustable.
High-spec brake system includes Harley's Reflex Linked Brakes and ABS for added safety.
Harley powers the Road Glide Limited with its second largest production engine, the 1,868 cc Milwaukee-Eight 114 that brings 93 hp and over 100 pounds o' grunt to the table for your touring enjoyment.
Power delivery is smooth and roll-on is strong just about anywhere in the rev range.
The new Black-Finish option adds dark and snarly to your color choices.
Standard-equipped features also include Security System, Cruise Control, and Premium Radio.
The RDRS option is a nice electronics package that adds higher-function rider aids,
like Cornering Enhanced Traction Control, Cornering Enhanced Drag Torque Slip Control, Cornering Enhanced Linked Brakes, Enhanced ABS, and a few other goodies.
MSRP starts at $28,729 for basic black with the chrome finish and runs up to $31,874 for the two-tone colorway with the black finish.