Check out the most powerful Cruiser lineup in Harley-Davidson
history. We upgraded the Softail® and Dyna®* models by
making the High Output Twin Cam 103™ engine standard.
Below are a couple of examples of new 2016 cruiser models making their debut.
The time-honored art of getting rid of everything that doesn’t matter.
The original bobber fanatics invented the style you see here, and they had one rule: if it weighs you down, get rid of it. That’s the Street Bob® motorcycle in spades. Solo seat. Chopped rear fender. Mini-apes putting your fists in the wind. No B.S. All it takes is a twist of the wrist to send whatever the world is trying to weigh you down with to the vanishing point behind you.
The good old days are right now.
The Softail Slim® is study in contrasts. The Hollywood bars, slim rear wheel, cat eye console and floor boards recall the early days of custom motorcycle enthusiasm. Yet you also get thoroughly modern features like a High Output Twin Cam 103B™ engine, hidden suspension and great brakes to bring it all into the here and now. Notice the way bright chrome meets blacked-out metal. Laced wheels with stamped black rims. There’s never been a better time to be a rider.
Author: Harley Davidson
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