Harley Davidson Motorcycles

Harley Davidson Road King Classic

They all appear “hot”, but try and ride a few and you will soon discover their specific “tastes”. Here is a small selection of distinctively “spicy” Harley’s to try.1. Ultra Classic Electra Glide. The classic Harley tour bike intended to take on the open road. With that long haul feature that gives outmost rider comfort. Made for those long and winding escapades, it has a decent storage capacity for rider’s property and outdoor survival elements. The bike seat itself says everything about comfort; it’s just a small scale away from being a lazy boy!

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The look is absolutely amazing with all that leather, chrome and the rumble of a signature v-twin engine.2. CVO Fat Bob. Thought as one of the best handling Harleys in the family, it breathes with a Granite powder-coated TC 110. Seats are higher this year for this Harley baby with an elevated 26.2 inches. As compared to its ancestor, its 9 pounds lighter with an increase in gear ratios from 2nd, 3rd and 5th. This model is still a cruiser but has been more inclined to being a sport rider than a laid back mellow touring bike. Never the less, it is still of the CVO family with that removable extra seat extension for that extra special someone you want to ride with.3. XL883L Police Bike. Now why would anyone want to ride a police motorbike? Unless you have a thing for them, you really would not be boarding one.

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You would just be driving the same model and make. Come to think of it, it would be quite interesting because you’d experience the power and maneuverability that makes this Harley Davidson one of the best police vehicles out today.4. Heritage Soft Tail Classic. This bike speaks of the birth of Harley Davidson. It is the image of which Harleys are known for, studded leather saddle bags, full front fender and king sized windshield on top of that potato engine rumble. Dress the part of a Harley hot rodder with leather chaps, a do-rag and boots.5. V-Rod Muscle. The youngest and by far most contemporary of the Harley. With a liquid cooled v-twin engine and added unyielding of overturned forks, it is everything that a modern biker would want in a legendary bike.6. Classic Trice.

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Who says that three wheels isn’t cool enough? Not with the HD logo on. You still have the same qualities of a Harley Davidson and of course some significant and obvious differences. You still have that HD clutch, brake, throttle and shifter. What sets it apart from the 2 wheeled Harleys is the handling and maneuver style.

Trikes do not lean when you are maneuvering a turn. They handle turns similar to how a car does, by steering. Transitioning from a two wheel to a tricycle is quite challenging as you may have to be wary that the rear end is wider than your front, you may have to set a wider perspective of driving to consider this characteristic of Tricycles. When touring, Tricycles are so relaxed to drive as you need not put your feet on the ground when stationary.

Over the ages, Harley Davidson has released hundreds after hundred of motorcycles all over the world, each one appealing to a certain individual who has found a warmth for the brand. A Harley and it’s owner share a special kind of bond that is quite unexplainable, but one thing is a fact, a Harley will and always be a Harley and there is nothing faster and sleeker that can replace a legacy.

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