Three new Harley Davidson's for 2014

 

• Low Rider
• SuperLow 1200T
• Street Bob Special Edition

Harley Davidson's new Low RiderHarley Davidson's new SuperLow 1200Harley Davidson's new Street Bob Special Edition

Harley-Davidson has today announced three new models, which will all be available in the middle of this year and is hailed by Harley as the ‘largest new-model launch’ in the company’s history.

Harley Davidson's new Low Rider

After five years away from the HD line-up comes the Low Rider, "a big twin for every rider" say Harley Davidson.  Its name as you'd expect is derived from the 680mm seat height. Its new features include a two-position seat, adjustable handlebar riser and footpegs that are 51mm further forward.

The Dyna chassis hosts the Twin Cam 103 powertrain which can also be found in the Road King, Street Glide and Ultra Glide. Michelin provide the Scorcher tyres which are stopped by the dual-front disc brakes.

Harley Davidson's new SuperLow 1200

The SuperLow 1200T is a brand new V-Twin bike which, given that it weighs over 53kg less that the lightest weight tourer becomes the lightest touring bike in the Harley range. It comes with a host of goodies as standard including ABS, the HD Smart Security System, keyless ignition, detachable windshield and locking saddlebags.

Its seat position is 76mm lower that the SuperLow 883 albeit the chassis is much the same. The rear shock absorbers offer easy pre-load adjustment to accommodate the weight of luggage and passenger.

Aluminum wheels hold the Michelin Scorcher 11T touring tyres. There’s an optional two-tone paint scheme and plenty of chrome…as you’d expect.

Harley Davidson's new Street Bob Special Edition

The Street Bob Special Edition returns for 2014 with its 1690cc engine and several new eye-catching features including 5-spoke cast wheels, a unique two-tone paint job with graphics, a two-up saddle, forward controls and drag handlebars. However, the new version retains the chopped rear fender, Fat Bob fuel tank, and blacked-out powertrain.

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