2019 Harley-Davidson FXDR 114

Aug 22, 2018

Category: Rides

Harley-Davidson has been pretty busy lately, having announced three impressive new motorcycles just a few weeks ago. And while pretty much everyone thought they were done, they’ve come along and unveiled an impressive fourth: the 2019 FXDR 114.

A bit more in line with the brand’s historical releases, the FDXR is a softail bike — a style favored by more old-school riders. But, this thing is anything but old-school, thanks to updated styling and some impressive performance figures. For instance, the new Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine powering this bad boy is capable of over 100 horsepower and produces a whopping 119 foot-pounds of torque. In a bike that weighs just 637 pounds total (thanks to a construction of lightweight alloy and composite components), that’s a monster of an engine. It’s also remarkably customizable, upping the desirability through the roof. Pricing on this bad boy starts at $21,349.

Purchase: $21,349+

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