Harley-Davidson has just announced a bunch of changes to its 2015 models.
First on the list of changes is the introduction of Low versions of the firm’s popular Electra Glide touring bikes. Models include the Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low and the Ultra Limited Low.
According to a press release, seats have been “slammed” and everything from primary housing width to the handlebar have been altered to easily accommodate riders from five feet, five inches tall.
Other touring bike news includes the return of the well-liked Road Glide. It features a more streamlined frame-mounted fairing that is said to reduce buffeting. Also new are twin LED headlights. A Boom Box infotainment system with a 4.3-inch screen resides in the fairing.
The Road Glide Special features a few upgrades, including a 6.5-inch touchscreen with navigation system, linked ABS brakes and hand-adjustable, low-profile rear suspension.
The Motor Company also adds another Trike model, called the Freewheeler. It’s a hot-rodded variation with an ape-hanger handlebar and bobbed rear fenders. There’s a new dual-headlight nacelle and an overall streamlining of the three wheeler.
We will have more details in an upcoming issue of Motorcycle Mojo as Costa Mouzouris heads off to California to ride the new machines.
In the meantime you can visit harley-davidson.com for more details.