Harley-Davidson comes out with two more new bikes to fill dealerships
Harley-Davidson has done it again! After the release of its HD Street 750 and launching Project RUSHMORE, Harley Davidson now has come up with two more bikes to increase the number of its street bikes in dealerships. Now the Harley Davidson dealers will have more bikes in their showroom for the riders and options to choose from.Photo 1: HARLEY-DAVIDSON
In the 110-year Harley Davidson’s history, the release of the SuperLow 1200T and the retro Low Rider in the mid-year has kept the company’s acceleration at high throttle in the customer based product-evolution process. Matt Levatich, President and CEO of Harley Davidson said that the past six months have been fantastic with the launching of RUSHMORE, the Harley Davidson Street and now the Lower Rider and SuperLow 1200T models. The development is the result of the customer led research and the aim to deliver the technical prowess which they wanted in the Harley bikes.
The Low Rider introduced in 1977 by Harley Davidson was a ride-it-hard and mark your own boundaries custom bike and it became an Icon name. Now the bike has been returned with its defiant nature and the legend has been given the look of all-new cruiser that rides with the classic style and renewed performance. The latest additions include split five spoke wheel in aluminum, wrinkle black trim and shiny black head lamp visor which are styling elements borrowed from the Lower Rider original model.Photo 2: Harley-Davidson comes out with two more new bikes to fill dealerships
The SuperLow 1200T opens the gateway to adventure which combines touring features with nimble chassis and power sufficient enough to reach the far end of the world. The standard features of the bike include the Michelin Scorcher 11T touring tires, locking saddlebags and detachable windshield. Accommodation in the docking points allows storing of backrests ad detachable accessory when you need customization. Both bikes are arriving at dealerships across the country and will be available for demo at Daytona Bike Week.