Harley-Davidson announces new two- and three-wheeled motorcycles for 2020August 23, 2019
Just the other day, the company announced its lineup for 2020, and no major changes are expected. The sensational Electric LiveWire 2020 has already entered the markets, but there are also four more new products that have already gone to the H-D showrooms.
To begin with, it is worth noting an important technological moment: the Harley Reflex Brembo ABS system, which was previously available on some tourist models, is now standard for all 2020 models of this type. This is good news because this ABS is a very nice thing.
And now for the news. According to H-D, the Low Rider S most reflects performance and handling. Thanks to the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine in the Softail chassis, as well as the all-black livery, it looks very impressive and aggressive. We will tell you more about it a bit later.
At the same time, the new Road Glide Limited became the replacement of the Road Glide Ultra model for 2020 for tourism fans. For her, the Black Finish finish option is available, which also received Ultra Limited 2020 as an option.
It is worth paying attention to the three-wheeled CVO Tri Glide, as a new limited-edition production model. It is equipped with the Gigundo Milwaukee-Eight 117 transmission, which is used in all CVOs.
For those who love more sparkle, the company offers a shiny chrome Heritage Classic bike. He practically got rid of black, returning to the roots. The company emphasizes that in terms of mechanics, the model is identical to the previous one. Customers can choose between two finishes (Vivid Black, Billiard Burgundy) and two bi-color options (Silver Pine / Spruce and Billiard Red / Vivid Black).
Patent images of adaptive motorcycle cruise control developed by Harley-Davidson had previously been distributed online.
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