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Take a ride on this touring bike and you will feel the freedom. The engine is 103 cubic inches of V-Twin from Harley Davidson. This big Twin Cam engine delivers to the biker - no doubt about it. The transmission gives you a quiet and smooth shifting of the gears. You can hear the low growl behind you when you drive away.

  By Per A Olsson
 on apr 23, 2015

The bike got lot of beautiful details, for example a fat rear tire, drag style handlebars, inverted forks and side mounted license plate but also dual exhaust system.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 8, 2015

The Iron 883 got a black drag style handlebar. The model got the minimal look. A lot of details are stripped down. With the Iron 883 you got the aggressive riding position. You find the old school minimalist style in this model.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 7, 2015

This authentic american bike got good looking steel parts, premium paint and flawless chrome. The teardrop fuel tank with 4.5 gallon is a true showcase of unique styling. The tank design leaves a good amount of space to show of the beautiful Evolution engine.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 7, 2015

The 1200 custom front end is fat. Combined with the beefy 16 inch front tire. There is no doubt this bike is a true custom model. For example, the rear led light is made in low profile and fits the contours of the rear fender really nice. Harley Davidson have also mounted a five spoke cast wheel. It stands out. The wheels cast reflections wherever you ride.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 7, 2015

Every final detail is premium from the V-Twin engine to the paint and the steel parts. Every inch is Harley Davidson and you will see the value for each passing mile.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 7, 2015

The 2015 Seventy Two from Harley Davidson carries the torch of the choppers of the 70's into the modern times of today.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on mar 5, 2015

Road King is, like several other models in their lineup, a result of the "Project Rushmore" initiatve where all premium Harley Davidson motorcycles got upgraded in various ways to provide a significantly improved riding experience.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on mar 5, 2015

The Road Glide 2015 is one of the new additions to Harley Davidson's touring motorcycles, as well as a result of the Project Rushmore initiative with upgraded features based on community input.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on mar 3, 2015

The Road Glide Special 2015 is a variation of the regular Harley Davidson Road Glide is, with it's powerful road performance and high-performance infotainment system, an impressive addition to the Harley touring lineup.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on mar 3, 2015

The 2015 Forty-Eight from Harley Davidsons Sportster series combines fat features with slenderness in this low bruiser, made for riding in the city. The front wheel has the archetypal "fat" look that is both wide and tall, creating a commanding presence on the streets.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on mar 2, 2015

The Freewheeler is one of the two trikes in Harley Davidson 2015 lineup, and with clear hot rod influences and modest size this motorcycle will truly be an unique presence on the road, no matter the environment.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on mar 2, 2015

One of the two V-Rod models from Harley Davidson in 2015, the Night Rod Special is almost bursting with power. Despite the force contained in the engine, this is a fairly lithe motorcycle that has a certain sporty element to it.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on mar 2, 2015

Driving Harley Davidson Switchback is like having two bikes in one. You can make the switch from touring to cruising or back in a matter of seconds. The riding moods change, sometimes you like the windshield and the saddlebags and sometimes you just need a cruiser. The bike is a classical Harley Davidson with clean styling lines. Switchback is a tourer that goes the distance.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 2, 2015

Aggressive look, bold and big and full with attitude - this is Fat Bob. The bike got a wide front end with dual headlamps and also a 16-in front wheel with a 130 mm tire. The Fat Bob is dressed in black from nose to tail, from top to bottom.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 1, 2015

The bike is pure post-war bobber. The motorcycle is minimalist and clean. Many of the wires are for example routing inside the steel. The handlebar is a stainless steel ape hanger. The Harley Davidson logo is bolted on both sides of the fuel tank.

  By Per A Olsson
 on mar 1, 2015

The Breakout rear is minimal and clean. Harley Davidson want nothing to gets in the way of showing the fat rear tire combined with the slim fender. The rear tire is 240 mm and 18-inch. It's actually the widest rear tire Harley Davidson ever put on a product motorbike. Breakout looks like a classic drag-bike.

  By Per A Olsson
 on feb 28, 2015

Harley Davidson softail deluxe is the right bike if you need a comfortable custom bike. On the outside it still looks like a rigid hardtail Harley. The horizontal rear shocks is hidden. So with other words, you get the classic lines like a hardtail old-school bike.

  By Per A Olsson
 on feb 28, 2015

Harley Davidson's Low Rider series is all about capturing the magic of the motorcycles of the 70's when low riding was at the height of it's popularity.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on feb 27, 2015

The Harley Davidson Fat Boy Lo 2015 is a different take on the classic Fat Boy model is a heavy-weight, robust and strong motorcycle that has a very compact look while still retaining the nostalgic appearance of other Harley motorcycles from half a century ago.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on feb 27, 2015

The Fat Boy has been a popular Harley Davidson model for about 2,5 decades, so it is no surpise to see it return in 2015. As the name indicates, it is one of the most meatiest HD bikes with it's hefty, robust appearance.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on feb 26, 2015

The 2015 edition of the Electra Glide Ultra Classic from Harley Davidson is one of their most comfortable models and comes with many functions that has become mainstay in today's motorcycles.

  By Marcus Svensson
 on feb 26, 2015

Harley Davidson's Heritage softail classic 2015 is a throwback to old classic Harley Davidson bikes from the 40's and attempts to recreate the feeling of a "boulevard cruiser" kind of bike.

  By Per A Olsson
 on jan 27, 2015