- I think a sport glide has a great price-performance ratio! but you should always respond to the buyer and his preferences! there are many cheap models from then you can do a lot with custom parts.
- I think that’s highly dependent on how much experience you have and your goals for the bike. If you buy a huge touring bike and aren’t comfortable riding it and never go more than 10 miles from your home, you aren’t getting your monies worth. I think any bike that is enjoyed and properly maintained is a good investment.
- Well I’m a little biased and since they don’t make my beloved Dyna anymore I would say the 2020 low riders. Now in a Softail format, it still includes all the amazing LS features plus has inverted forks.
- The Harley Softail range is best value right now with the powerful M8 engine and all new chassis including monoshock suspension and upgraded electronics. Touring lineup needs revitalizing!
- There are lots of new Harleys out there, i never bought a new one, i like them used so I can customize the shit out of them.
- Harley riders are individualists and accordingly most bikes are converted for more or less money. I personally recommend the Softail Breakout because this bike looks very good in its original condition.
- That depends on your needs. I rode every Harley. But a Softail is always a good starting point due to price and power. Some even have bags for touring and you can upgrade that. Always look what style you wanna ride, club style, bobber, chopper, touring or drag style. Because if you don’t like the look you will never ride the bike.
100 H-D Riders Voted For The Best Value For Money Harley
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