The Iron 883 has a garage-built style featuring bullet design detailing, straight cut mufflers, a low drag-style handlebar, front fork gaiters, chopped rear fender and a solo tuck and roll seat. There are new adjustable rear shocks and front cartridge forks for stability and comfort. It is a nimble urban machine that is now also available in Black Denim colour.
The Forty-Eight exudes bare-boned attitude with its bulldog stance, fat front tire and narrow profile. It gets new seat, mag wheels, wider 49 mm forks and adjustable rear suspension. The iconic 2.1 gallon peanut tank sports ’70s inspired graphics and floating brake rotors and blacked out slotted exhaust add to the fresh new look. It is now also available in Velocity Red Sunglo colour.
The Street 750 mates rebellious Dark Custom style with the attitude of the street. The suspension is tuned for quick handling in urban environments and it has a responsive liquid-cooled Revolution X V-Twin engine. Customer-led enhancements include new front and rear braking systems and improved wire loom routing. The Street 750 is now also available in Superior Blue colour.
The Road King represents Custom Touring and looks like a boulevard cruiser. The model is fully equipped for long-distance touring with all the essentials required for a cross-country adventure.
The Heritage Softail Classic model is refreshed with new saddlebags, standard cruise control and the High Output Twin Cam 103 engine to enhance style and performance of this popular touring model.
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