2014 Harley-Davidson® FXDL - Dyna® Low Rider® (UD7759)
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2014 Harley-Davidson® Dyna® Low Rider®
The new Harley-Davidson® Dyna® Low Rider® motorcycle is an easy-handling, street custom motorcycle with a low seat height. It's an easy to maneuver motorcycle with big street custom styling features. From custom mag wheel to custom mag wheel it's a low-riding, easy-handling feast for the eyes. The Low Rider® custom motorcycle has street custom features that hold true to the heritage of the Low Rider® motorcycle. The new Low Rider® motorcycle has a 70's inspired custom seat. The mag wheels roll straight out of hot rod culture. All these custom details surround a massive Twin Cam 103™ engine. The Harley-Davidson® Twin Cam engine is finished in chrome and wrinkle black and it breathes through a pork chop style air cleaner cover. The custom details and low profile deliver the authentic street custom look. Mid-mount controls and a low center of gravity make it easy to maneuver at low speed and through the corners. The Low Rider® motorcycle comes standard in Vivid Black premium Harley-Davidson® paint. Optional two-tone paint is available that will make the low riding Low Rider® model look even lower to the ground. Perfect fit ergonomics means the handlebar and seat on the new Low Rider® motorcycle can be adjusted to fit you like a glove. The perfect fit ergonomics make for a machine that fits you perfectly whether you're 5'1" or 6'1". It's a motorcycle that will fit you perfectly.Key Features May Include:
From wheel to wheel, the all-new Low Rider® model is a low riding feast for the eyes, loaded with high-end finishes as it holds true to the heritage of all the Low Rider® motorcycles that have rolled down the streets of the world before it. From the 70's inspired seat to the chunky mag wheels to the true, sculpted beauty and finish on its 103 cubic inch V-Twin engine, this is premium Harley-Davidson custom style to the bone. So even though you're riding low, you're doing it in high style.
At the center of the Low Rider® model you'll notice a Twin Cam 103™ engine that gets the full-on wrinkle black and chrome treatment. And at the center of that, you'll notice a pork chop style air cleaner. True to form, the engine is the jewel of the motorcycle. Instantly recognizable as a Harley-Davidson® motorcycle on any street in the world. But if there were any confusion, the sound that it puts out would clear things up in a hurry.
There's a new wrinkle black console with a speedo and tach mounted on the Low Rider® motorcycle's classic Fat Bob® tank. The look ties in with the wrinkle black paint on the powertrain and fender strut covers. And gives a nice, subtle contrast to the Vivid Black paint on the tank. Because there's no such thing as too many shades of black.
Live your ride to the power of Twin Cam 103™. The air- cooled Twin Cam 103™ Harley Davidson® engine delivers more stump pulling torque, while its Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection jetting gives crisp, lively throttle reaction. It's a performance punch that you'll appreciate when passing, climbing hills, or rolling with luggage packed or a passenger in back--all under that signature Motor Company rumble. And it comes at lower cruising rpm, so you ride more smoothly, with less engine vibration and better highway fuel economy.
You may be cruising with swagger, but you know safety counts. This sophisticated, factory-installed ABS gives "stopping power" a double meaning. Its components are tastefully hidden within the wheel hub, so you'll still turn heads with clean, streamlined design. But more importantly, you get certainty in the saddle knowing your bike's going to behave when you need it.
Model: FXDL - Dyna® Low Rider®
Stock #: UD7759
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