Harley-Davidson reveal stripped-back Electra Glide Standard

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Harley-Davidson have revealed a pared-back version of their Electra Glide, which aims to provide riders with a more raw ownership experience.

Still powered by the same Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine, the £19,995 Standard includes many of the traits already found on existing Electra Glide models, however forfeits features like the infotainment system to help keep the price down.

Away from the stereo, the new machine is available in ‘Vivid Black’ only and features the same striking Batwing fairing, chrome trim and saddle bags, as well cast aluminium wheels.

What’s more, you'll find chrome accents in the most prominent areas of the bike, alongside polished rocker, cam and derby covers. This is then contrasted to a number of blacked out elements for a modern, contemporary look.

Helping to keep the bike under control is electronic cruise, chunky 49mm front forks and linked Brembo brakes complete with ABS. MCN will bring you more on the bike when we get it.

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Dan Sutherland

By Dan Sutherland

Senior Writer (motorcycling), sportsbike nut, currently riding a FireBlade