A Harley Davidson motorcycle is not just another motorcycle: it is the dream ride for every motorcycle enthusiast in the world. Harley Davidson is known extensively for their tourers and cruisers, but they also make good quality speedsters, cafe racers, etc. There is hardly any motorcycle enthusiast that hasn’t lusted after a beast like that.
FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide
Introduced in 1993, the Dyna Wide Glide is one of the longest motorcycles ever made by Harley Davidson and is much different from its siblings. It has a larger back end, chopped rear fender and Tommy Gun 2-1-2 exhausts which makes it look quite different from its cousins. However, the Dyna platform has been revamped into the Softail line, hence now just enjoying a legendary status in the world of motorcycles.
FLHR Road King
The FLHR Road King features a 1690cc Twin Cam 103 horsepower engine, coupled to a six speed cruise drive transmission unit. The iconic motorcycle debuted in 1994, with riders claiming that this beast was in fact, the king of the road. The Road King is fully equipped with all the premium features of a modern day motorcycle i.e. an adjustable rear suspension, an ABS system, electronic cruise control, among others.
The VRSCSE2 was born out of Harley Davidson’s Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) team. This power cruiser is packed with CVO’s high performance mods that made it leagues better than its competition. It isn’t all about the performance though. It sports a Screamin’ Eagle 1247cc Revolution Engine that is capable of 123 HP. The VRod Destroyer, a cousin of the VRSCSE2, is the fastest Harley Davidson ever made. The bike comes in three colour combinations: black with electric orange, platinum pear with chrome yellow pearl and charcoal slate with scarlet red pearl.
The V-Rod is one of the fastest Harley Davidsons out there, making it a very good choice for drag racers. It has a styling like no other, giving it a custom made finish, while at the same time delivering high performance. The bike is powered by a 1130cc liquid cooled V-Twin Revolution Engine that could produce 115 HP at 8250 rpm and 100 Nm of torque at a peak of 7300 rpm. It could go upto 140 mph, which was incredibly fast for a bike in the beginning of the 2000s.
XL1200N Sportster Nightster
This beast is known more for its incredible performance than its stunning looks. It is part of Harley Davidson’s Sportster family and lasted for over 4 years in the market. It comes with unique features like front fork gaiter, bobbed rear fender, and a license plate situated on the side.