Introducing the all-new Harley Davidson, a mass-market motorcycle made in India that will give tough competition to the likes of Royal Enfield Classic 350, Honda H’ness, and Jawa 42 2.1. This video covers all the mechanical details, the motorcycles it will compete with, and why waiting for this motorcycle is worth it.


Featuring a neo-retro roadster styling, the Harley Davidson boasts a round LED headlamp, teardrop fuel tank, and a flat tail section with a single-piece saddle. The cycle parts are on par with the segment, with USD forks up front and twin gas-charged shock absorbers in the rear. The 18/17-inch alloy wheels with MRF rubber provide a smooth ride, while the disc brakes at both ends and standard dual-channel ABS offer excellent stopping power.




The Harley Davidson is powered by a 440cc single-cylinder, air-cooled motor with oil cooling, producing around 30bhp and nearly 35Nm of peak torque. The launch event will take place on July 4th at Hero’s technology centre in Jaipur, and we expect the price to be close to Rs. 2.50 lakh (ex-showroom), considering the competition. Get ready to experience the power and style of the all-new Harley Davidson.

About Harley Davidson

Harley-Davidson is an iconic American motorcycle manufacturer founded in 1903 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is one of the world’s oldest and most well-known motorcycle brands. Harley-Davidson motorcycles are characterized by their distinctive design, V-twin engines, and the deep rumble of their exhausts.

Harley-Davidson motorcycles are strongly associated with American culture and are often seen as symbols of freedom, individuality, and the open road. They have a dedicated following of “Harley riders” or “Harley enthusiasts.”

Some notable Harley-Davidson motorcycle models include:

1. Harley-Davidson Sportster: The Sportster is a line of entry-level motorcycles known for their nimble handling and classic styling. Riders often favour them for a smaller, more accessible Harley-Davidson model.

2. Harley-Davidson Softail: The Softail line features a retro look and hidden rear suspension, making it look like a rigid-frame bike. They offer a comfortable ride while maintaining a classic Harley-Davidson aesthetic.

3. Harley-Davidson Touring: The Touring models are designed for long-distance rides and offer enhanced comfort and storage capacity. These motorcycles often include features such as large windshields, saddlebags, and advanced electronics.


4. Harley-Davidson Dyna: The Dyna line combines custom styling and performance elements. These motorcycles feature a rubber-mounted engine for reduced vibrations and offer a balance between handling and power.

5. Harley-Davidson Street: The Street models are Harley-Davidson’s lightweight and urban-focused motorcycles. They are designed for manoeuvrability and are often popular among riders in crowded city environments.

Harley-Davidson motorcycles have a strong community and lifestyle culture, with various events, rallies, and gatherings organized by Harley Owners Group (HOG) and other enthusiast groups. The brand has become synonymous with adventure, camaraderie, and the thrill of riding on the open road.

Source: Bikewale and Financial Express

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