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New Harley Street 750 goes ice racing

Harley's all-new entry level V-twin – the Street – has been turned into an ice racer to star in this week's Winter X Games. The American manufacturer is sponsoring this week's extreme sports event in Aspen, Colorado and as part of the deal, and to boost publicity both for the new bike and the event, a special one-off ice race ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 24 January 2014

Harley-Davidson Switchback meets its match!

The new Harley-Davidson Switchback ‘bagger’ (or custom tourer) has already impressed MCN testers – but how’s it measure up against its closest rival, Victory’s Cross Roads Tour? In this week’s MCN we find out. Both are American, V-twin powered, pannier-equipped cruisers and at a quick glance are difficult to tell apart. Both also come in similar colour schemes and are ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • First rides & tests
  • 27 December 2011

Harley 'cooler' than ever

Harley-Davidsons are  ‘cooler’ than ever, according to a UK survey of the coolest consumer brands. The American icon placed third – up from sixth last year – in the annual list. Aston Martin came out top for the second year running followed by computer giant Apple. No other motorcycle brand made the top 20. "We’re thrilled that this is the ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • General news
  • 28 September 2011

New Harley-Davidson Blackline revealed

This is Harley-Davidson’s new 2011 Blackline, a Softail-based cruiser featuring a back-to-basics styling, new fuel tank and split drag handlebars. The new bike was unveiled in New York last night (Thursday) and follows a recent trend in customising, away from the usual lashings of chrome and colour in favour of a dark ‘old school’ look.   Specification-wise the most noticeable changes ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 21 January 2011

Harley SuperLow group test

Harley-Davidson’s new SuperLow sets its stall out as being one of the lowest seated bikes around – but does that make it the ideal novice/female-friendly big bike? To find out, we’ve pitted the new Harley against three of the best, most stylish (and lowest) middleweights around – Triumph’s Bonneville SE, the Ducati Monster 696 and BMW’s F650GS. What’s more, to ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • First rides & tests
  • 22 October 2010

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