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New HD Street Glide at London Motorcycle Show

The Carol Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show takes place on February 15 to 17 at ExCel. Almost every new bike will be there along with customs, classic and the amazing Revolution live show. Harley-Davidson, back after a year's absence, will have a large range of bikes on show with the Street Glide tourer and the Street Bob both new for 2013. The...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (05 February 2013 11:23)

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Dec 12

Posts: 1454

Diablere says:

Got to agree with you Shiva

What a lot of ...........!! (fill your own expletive) it is!:lol:

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Oct 11

Posts: 2653

Piglet2010 says:

Bit Harsh, eh?

@ SHIVA – You are being a bit harsh on the Harley-Davidson. After all, it has modern technology such as telescoping forks, hydraulic dampers, re-circulating engine oil, electrical starter and electric lights.

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May 08

Posts: 221

SHIVA_ says:

Electric Lights...

Sh*t they have entered the WWI era of bike making with success.  next will be tubeless tires.  F*ck H-D. 

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Jun 06

Posts: 16

triday12 says:

What a pile of expensive sh~t@, now available in AA Breakdown colours !!!

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Apr 11

Posts: 109

bikerpete51 says:

A question of taste.

Looks comfortable, with good weather protection, decent mudguards and panniers and a nice custard yellow finish which will help you find it in the car park.  A nice practical motorcycle, if not very exciting... Handlebar fairing looks like it came off a 1950's golden flash. Do Harley share their styling team with Royal Enfield by any chance?

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Feb 09

Posts: 129


Modern city...Yesterday's bike?

They have got this bike totally in the wrong setting,it looks so out of place, should be standing next to an old shack way out west with an old guy standing sucking on straw.The heading "HAVE YESTERDAY'S HARLEY TODAY" or a half naked bird sitting on it outside a country diner.Play to your strenghts HD don't make this something it ain't.

I'm wasted on here.

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Dec 10

Posts: 12022

preunit says:

I do like some of the Hardley Movingson's

The 48, Street Bob, Fat Bob and Softail Slim, i'd have one If I had the readies.

They seem to sell well enough, even with all you haters nana.gif

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Apr 12

Posts: 143

69Fastback says:


bikerpete51: "Do Harley share their styling team with Royal Enfield by any chance?" They certainly base their range with the bikes heritage at heart, V-Rod excl. Can't be any worse than an OCC or PJD machine: Take a perfectly good engine and frame, and dress it up like a xmas tree.

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Oct 10

Posts: 189

zoobaz says:

@ Snev

Snev - your comment;

"And my fav colour too. I really like the new screen , Think it makes the bike more sporty looking"

please tell me you're being ironic??? we're worried about you!



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Apr 12

Posts: 143

69Fastback says:


I wonder if they ship them over in a banana boat?

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