Harley Touring Bikes
The Harley Davidson touring bikes are grand in size and famously known for a smooth, luxurious and comfortable performance. Designed for longer rides and not inner city scrambling, the Harley Davidson touring bikes (also known as Ďdressersí) include three Road King models and various Electra Glide models. These bikes all use the same frame, which was first introduced in 1980 (Shovelhead) - although the frame has been modestly developed over the years to allow for improvements. In 2009 the frame was redesigned changing the position of the steering head in front of the forks.. Some of the most useful touring accessories on the Harley Davidson touring bikes are the windshields, saddlebags, tank bags, parcel racks, sissy bars and passenger back rests. Harley Davidson touring bikes are very popular in the USA with several police departments using them.
Revolution Harley Davidson Bike
The Harley Davidson Revolution bikes were introduced in 2001 and can be identified by the letters VRSC and VRXSE. These Harley Davidson bikes have the revolution engine, which the VR stands for. The street bikes are referred to as Street Custom and this is represented by the SC. Street Custom models are then further designated a letter as identification, such as the Base V Rod (A), Bade V Rod Wide (AW), Night Rod (D), Street Rod (R), Special Edition (X) and the CVO special editions (SE and SE11). The VRXSE identifies special edition Harley Davidson Destroyer drag bikes. The SC is replaced by an X to show itís a non-street bike. The Revolution bikes were built with liquid cooling and fuel injection.
Harley Davidson Dyna Motor Bikes
The Harley Davidson Dyna bikes were first introduced in 1991 when the FXDB Sturgis was produced to replace the previous Harley Davidson FXR. The Dyna bikes can be identified by the letters FXD, with the F representing the big twin engine, the X representing the small diameter telescopic forks and the D representing the Dyna chassis. All Dyna bikes have a coil cover suspension that connects the swing-arm to the frame. From 2006 the bikes were given a 6 speed cruise transmission and reformed frame. 2006 also saw the release of five new models (Super Glide, Custom, Low Rider, Street Bob and Wide Glide). In 2008 the Dyna Fat Bob was released with a 2-1-2 exhaust and twin headlamps. The Harley Davidson Dyna bikes currently include a rubbed mounted twin cam engine, exposed battery and rear suspension and can be described as a rough beast!