An undisputed classic tourer, the 2017 Harley-Davidson Road King gets a brand new engine this year—the impressive Milwaukee-Eight 107. The windshielded bagger also gets updated suspension—Showa Dual Bending Valve forks, plus emulsion shocks that have no-tools spring-preload adjustment. Passengers will be happy to know that by rerouting the exhaust and repositioning the catalytic converts, that the Road King won’t roast the rider on the back. The One-Touch hard bags use the ignition key for access, and the headlight is a dual-halogen design. If you’re cruising around town, the windshield is quickly detachable. Options include Reflex Linked Brembo Brakes with ABS and the Smart Security System.Click to Learn More
Straight-up, two-fists-in-the-wind attitude and no extra fat are the ingredients that went into the all-new, blacked-out Street Bob® motorcycle. Now 17 pounds lighter, quicker and stronger, it’s a personal revolution rolling on spoked wheels with chopped fenders and hidden digital instrument screen. It comes at a price that won’t break your bank and gives you a ride that’ll grab you and refuse to let go. Reach for the black mini-apes, put your boots on the forward controls, send some fuel to the Milwaukee-Eight® 107 V-Twin engine and tear up some highway. One thing’s for sure — it’ll drown out the voices of anyone trying to tell you what to do.
Street Bob® with brass collection accessories. It’s easy to put your own signature on your motorcycle with Harley-Davidson® Genuine Motor Accessories. An even brassier look on the Street Bob®, for example.Click to Learn More
The Road King has long been an alternative for Harley-Davidson riders who want a tour-capable bike sans barn-door fairing. It keeps getting better in the 2017 model year with the new Milwaukee-Eight engine and a special trim package called — wait for it — the Road King Special. Blackout treatment replaces the chrome on the custom-looking Special, and the front end leaves the extra lighting on the shelf while moving the turn signals to the handlebars for a cleaner look. Additionally, the Special does without the classic chrome trim and fender skirt that dresses up the base model for more of that homejob-custom appeal. The differences continue from there with classic chrome pullback bars and tank-mount instrument panel on the base model versus blackout mini-apes and console on the Special. Probably the most exciting news here lies with the all-new Milwaukee-Eight engine that moves past the so-yesterday Twin Cam mills into what is hopefully a new era in H-D engineering.Learn More