5 Most Wanted Harley Davidson Motorcycles
Harley-Davidson motorcycles are the ultimate beasts of the road. Since 1903 the brand has made more than just a name for itself, it is an ultimate icon – not only in
We recently asked dealerships and bikers within our contact range what brand brought out the most models... a few of them didn’t really know to be honest, but a lot of them said
The Sportster collection is a range of motorcycles that has continuously developed and evolved since it began production in 1957. Also known as XL, the current Sportster is powered by a four-stroke 45° V-Twin Engine – this has evolved from the previous Ironhead Engine.
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This star of the seventies – the Dyna is as light as a feather, and as powerful as a... rocket? Probably not quite, but still renowned for its torque, the Dyna series carries out traditional styling and big twin engines across all of its models; they are as follows:
- Street Bob (Pictured)
- Low Rider
- Wide Glide
- Fat Bob
- Super Glide
- Sturgis (early nineties)
Unfortunately the Dyna range is no longer in production independently, but keep an eye out on our Facebook page – you never know; the Harley team might change their minds!
In comparison to the lifeline of Harley-Davidson, the V-Rod range was a short but sweet production that was rolling from 2001 until 2017 – it didn’t even reach its adult life! That being said, the V-Rod range did prove to be a very popular model – one that often returns from collection in our vans! The V-Rod itself was a model that boasted an engine that was designed around superbikes – giving it the power that had never been seen by any other Harley model. The V-Rod was also the first Harley-Davidson model of its kind to feature a modern engine with DOHC and liquid cooling. Check out this review of the V-Rod Muscle - as written by Revzilla!
Okay, so maybe we didn’t take everyone else's opinion on this one, but we couldn’t close up this post without including the absolute apple of every Harley owner’s eye – the 11F. The 11F was a groundbreaking model of all time – back in the 1910s when motorcycles were still as fresh as a daisy. This bike was the first three-speed transmission-ed motorcycle to grace the earth. It also featured an automatic oiler, a detachable service light, and the bike itself reached 11hp.
21 Feb 2019