Harley-Davidson has unveiled the new Low Rider S and Low Rider ST in an online presentation. Propulsion for both models is provided by the Milwaukee-Eight 117 V2 with 1,923cc previously reserved for the CVO models.
Harley-Davidson Low Rider S
The engine was transplanted here into a steel frame. It produces 106 PS and 169 Nm. The 308 kilo Harley (ready to ride weight) is decelerated with Brembo components. The suspension travel of the Low Rider S is given as 130 mm at the front and 112 mm at the rear. The seat height is 710 mm.
Offered colors are Vivid Black or in Gunship Gray.
Harley-Davidson Low Rider ST
This is the Sport Touring version (ST). It is intended to appeal to those who have always been friends of Harley, used to have a sporty to aggressive riding style and now want to ride powerful, refined with a performance motorcycle.
Most noticeable is the frame-fixed fairing at the front, which allows for the installation of an optional Rockford Fosgate system. The ST is equipped with two clamshell cases. Under the fairing is basically the normal S version, but the ST’s seat is 10 mm higher. The fairing and cases add 19 kg to the weight.
“Our customers truly inspire us and the Low Rider ST was born from seeing the incredible builds at motorcycle shows around the world,” said Brad Richards, Harley-Davidson Vice President of Design. “We took the iconic Motor Company design from the Eighties and gave it a new identity with a modern echo. Add the Milwaukee-Eight 117 engine, a taller suspension and raised saddlebags and the Low Rider ST delivers both a dynamic visual package as well as a dramatic performance punch.”
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