The Superbike for super riders with an impressive look, excellent style, and splendid moves the Road Glide. Their iconic look, distinct sound and massive torque make them instantly recognisable, yet the Milwaukee-Eight 107 and Milwaukee-Eight 114 engines bring the Harley-Davidson V-Twin to a place it. They are the utmost powerful, coolest-running motors ever produced. Smoother, stronger and more enduring. With crisper throttle acknowledgement and truer, cleaner sound. Four valves/cylinder, single chain-driven cam, twin spark plugs, counter-balanced and rubber mounted. Developed and proven over countless miles kilometres and millions of hours. Every single part new, engineered to give you more performance and more of the feeling you want from an engine. Today, it’s a whole new ride.
Harley-Davidson Road Glide Features:
Frame mounted Road Glide, and a Special motorcycle fairing bursts the wind and popular opinion related. It is an exercise, how far you can take a bike regarding miles, position and function. You got all the features from high output engine and one-touch saddlebags all the way up through the 6.5-inch premium touchscreen infotainment system and BOOM! Box 6.5GT audio system. Also you get unique characteristics like CVO-style hand-adjustable low-profile stern suspension, gloss black inner fairing and much more. Whether it is a big sweeping curve or a set of tight turns, the motorcycle feels rock-solid in the corners. There are a stiff front end, beefy 49mm front forks and damping that’s tuned for a smoother ride.
There’s no significant factor in the quality of your ride than the trust you have in your machine. Providing you more of it is our never-ending journey. Just look at the advancements made over the past several years. The Brighter turn signals and brake lights, the beefy steering head and front forks. It all makes for a machine that lets you pass faster, stop faster, take curves closer, and see and be seen better. Long story short, it all joins up to make you a better rider. The sound of the Harley-Davidson 45-degree V-Twin rings through the history of motorcycling in an unbroken line stretching back to 1909.