Harley Davidson Street 750 and 500
The Street 750 and 500, based on the first all new HD platform after 13 years, are genuine representatives of the brand in every facet and typical of the series Dark Custom with characteristic black matte finish and countless customization options. Both will be available in the European market in early 2014. In step with the international motorcycle exhibition in Milan, the American brand has revealed two brand new motorcycles, designed specifically for use in an urban environment but not only. The Street 750 and 500 as they are called, are true members of the series Dark Custom, however due to their characteristics, they offer a much more flexible proposal for moving, to attract a new generation of riders living space with modern cities.
Harley Davidson Street, 750 and 500
As regards the official recommendations as characteristically said Mark Hans Richer, vice president and chief marketing at Harley Davidson of the floor of Milan, the Street 750 and 500 Harley Davidson is the ideal platform for new generation of riders looking for a custom motorcycle that fits the urban lifestyle and the need for daily quality driving with a flexible style, remaining two authentic Harley Davidson Dark Custom with soul.
Harley Davidson Street
In the heart of Street 750 and 500 is the new Revolution X twin liquid cooled engine, arranged in V, which in the first case has a capacity of 749 cc and the second 494 ml. The new engine is designed to meet the mobility needs in urban traffic conditions that require low speeds and frequent stops, offering an immediate response, without altering the known characteristics of the models of brand including their flagship audio.
Harley Davidson Street 750
The new Revolution X engine is housed in a brand new also narrow and slim chassis that combines flexibility and stability. The profile of Street 750 and 500 complete data favor the possibility urban maneuvering, quick direction changes and traffic routes with tight corners, such as low driving position, the wide handlebar and new suspension design.
By Nicole P.