Harley-Davidson is getting down for 2014.
The new Low Rider brings a classic name back to the lineup, along with easy-to-ride features injected with 1970’s style.
Based on the company’s Dyna model, the Low Rider is fitted with a low-mounted, two-person seat that slides 1.5-inches fore and aft, along with handlebars that offer 2.4 inches of adjustment to make the bike more accessible to shorter riders.
It’s powered by the Dyna’s familiar Twin Cam 103 engine breathing through a two-into-one exhaust that pumps 98.8 lb-ft of torque through a six-speed transmission, all finished in a combination of chrome and wrinkle black paint.
A combination of twin front disc brakes (with optional ABS) and split five-spoke, mag-style wheels further set it apart, along with a polished headlamp visor.
Vivid Black paint is standard at the Low Rider’s starting price of $14,199, while two-tone models add Brillant Silver or Amber Whiskey to the mix.
The Low Rider makes its public debut at Daytona Bike Week this week, and is on the way to showrooms across the country.