The Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider is virtually identical, again, to the Super Glide. So what you get is a pared-down, straight-forward steel twin loop cradle with twin shock (hence the Dyna bit) rear end. Suspension and tyre sizes have been beefed up on very recent models but its still basic, old school motorcycling. The Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider is a predicatable, pleasant roadster motorcycle with reasonable round town comfort. No more, no less.
Like all big Harleys the latest Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider is powered by the new (for 2007) 1584cc version of the classic aircooled Milwaukee V-twin. Expect lumpy, charismatic predictability and durability and car-style performance. Just don’t expect thrills a minute from a Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider.
Again, the Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider is a modern Harley, so paint, build quality, robustness etc are a given to be amongst the best anywhere. Reliability is pretty much beyond question, too, after all the Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider is a big, massively refined yet understressed motorcycle ridden very little and serviced often by wealthy people. So go figure…
The Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider can’t match the Super Glide or Street Bob for value – it’s over £2000 more than the minimalist (but sassy) Street Bob, for example, and it’s hard to see what extra you get for your money. But it’s still a solid Harley performer. Find a Harley-Davidson Low Rider for sale.
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Again the Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider is slightly glitzier than the pared-to-the-bone Dyna Super Glide – but only just.
Extra chrome adds to the appeal and since 2006 there’s a twin clock, handlebar-mounted instrument cluster. But there’s nothing more in the way of rider aids or luxuries – what you see, is exactly what you get with a Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider.