Harley Davidson Street Rod 750

Mar 14, 2017

Category: Rides

In an attempt to deviate away from the cruiser reputation, bringing themselves back to the streets in the process, Harley Davidson is slated to release a hellish sport bike that’s ready to tear through the grid of any sized urban center. It’s called the Street Rod 750, and she sure is beautiful.

The Street Rod is one of their most nimble rides no doubt, but don’t let its size fool you. This thing boasts a water-cooled 750cc V-Twin engine for your enjoyment. It also features revised four-valve cylinder heads, a high-volume muffler, and a new dual-throat throttle body compared to the earlier Street 750 model. Air flow was also improved allowing for an output of 68 horsepower and 47 pound-feet of torque. The bike also hosts some black anodized forks, a rear suspension travel that has been upped to 4.6 inches, a longer swing arm, and increased lean angle to help riders really give those turns their all. Prices start at $8,700 [Purchase]

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