A Hawk Like Designed 2017 Harley Davidson Road Glide Revealed

After the recent launch of Harley Davidson Street glide, the automakers has revealed it’s another hawk looks cruiser Road Glide. Assembled with new Milwaukee-Eight 107 type engine makes the vehicle aggressive in terms of power. The refreshed version of bike comes with a repositioned exhaust. Its shiny wheels quickly grab the attention of the viewers.

A Hawk Like Designed 2017 Harley Davidson Road Glide Revealed

ENGINE

Motor: Single cam, pushrod V-twin; 4vpc

Displacement: 1746cc

Maximum torque: 111 ft/lbs @ 3250 rpm

Cooling type: Air cooled

Fuel system: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection

Transmission: 6-speed Cruise Drive

Drive type: Belt drive

Chassis

Frame: Mild tubular steel with two-piece stamped and welded backbone

Front suspension: Showa 49mm Dual Bending Valve

Rear suspension: Emulsion shock with hand-adjustable spring-preload

Front tire: 130/60-19; Dunlop Harley-Davidson D408F

Rear tire: 180/65-16; Dunlop Harley-Davidson D407T

Wheels: Cast aluminum

Front brakes: 320mm floating rotors with four-piston calipers

Rear brake: 320mm fixed rotor with four-piston caliper

ABS: Standard

Dimensions

Wheelbase: 64 inches

Rake: 26 degrees

Trail: 6.8 inches

Fuel capacity: 6 gallons

Estimated fuel consumption: 45 mpg

Curb weight: 853 pounds

Colors

Vivid Black

Black Denim

Superior Blue

Velocity Red Sunglo

Olive Gold

Laguna Orange

Hard Candy Black Gold Flake

Hard Candy Mystic Purple Flake

Hard Candy Hot Rod Red Flake

2017 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special Prices:

$23,699 (Vivid Black)

$24,499 (Black Denim; Superior Blue; Velocity Red Sunglo; Olive Gold)

$25,199 (Laguna Orange)

$26,999 (Hard Candy Black Gold Flake; Hard Candy Mystic Purple Flake; Hard Candy Hot Rod Red Flake)

The color offered with this ride manages to attract and fulfill any kind of taste the bikers like.

 

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