Ripped, refined and ready for it's close-up.
The original fat custom icon that changed it all has done it again. Satin chrome finishes. Beefy 240mm rear tyre. And now available in a Milwaukee-Eight™ 107 or 114 Big Twin Engine for the most muscular, unstoppable Fat Boy® motorcycle ever. Now delivered New Zealand wide from our Christchurch showroom.
Take on the urban grid with 500cc of easy-handling, blacked-out Harley-Davidson Dark Custom style.
Shipped New Zealand wide from our store in Christchurch, New Zealand. Harley-Davidson built the Street series to be affordable machines for those who have to work to put fuel in the tank. From the beautiful teardrop tank to the fenders they are painstakingly finished with one of our premium paint jobs, and topped with a 3-D chrome badge. Not a decal. Fire up the engine and you hear the signature rumble of a Harley-Davidson V-Twin, tuned to perfection. From the rock-solid belt drive all the way to the Café-racer speed screen, there is no mistaking that the bikes in the Street family are 100% pure Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
If you’re going to hit it, hit it hard. The all-new Street Rod® is built to take you to the edge.
Turn city streets into a thrill ride. Redlines at 9000 rpm, and carves corners with up to 40 degrees of traffic-weaving lean angle. Engineered with the belief that thrill comes not only from what you ride, but how you ride, the Street Rod is designed for riders craving performance and power, while being quick and nimble when navigating city streets. At the top of this bike’s enhancements is a new High Output Revolution X™ 750cc engine, and is matched with sharper chassis geometry and an aggressive riding position.
RAW, BLACKED-OUT, STRIPPED-DOWN CUSTOM STYLE
An original icon of the Harley-Davidson Dark Custom style. It sets the standard for the raw, stripped-down, blacked-out look. Now with fresh, new graphics.. You've got a black. powder-coated 883cc engine with black rocker covers. Chopped fenders to show off a little tyre and a black front end with gators to add a little old-school nostalgia.