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  • Recommended 91 octane (95 RON) or higher fuel (R+M)/2.

  • Values shown are nominal. Performance may vary by country and region.

  • Standard and optional fuel systems may vary by country.

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  • Estimated from fuel economy tests on a sample motorcycle from the corresponding family conducted by Harley-Davidson under ideal laboratory conditions. Not all motorcycle models undergo fuel economy testing. Fuel economy and mileage may vary among motorcycle models within a family. Your mileage may vary depending on your personal riding habits, weather conditions, trip length, vehicle condition and vehicle configuration and other conditions. Break-in mileage may vary.

  • Prices listed are the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices for base models. Options such as color are available at additional cost. Prices exclude tax, title, licensing, registration fees, destination charges, surcharges (attributable to raw materials costs in the product supply chain), added accessories, and additional dealer charges, if any, and are subject to change. Harley-Davidson reimburses dealers for performing manufacturer-specified pre-delivery inspection and setup tasks. Dealer prices may vary.

  • Measurement reflects 180 lb. (81.7 kg) operator weight.

  • North America security system includes immobilizer; outside North America the security system includes immobilizer and siren.

  • Standard and optional wheels may vary by country and region.

  • Financing Offer available only on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval. Not all applicants will qualify. 3.49% APR offer is available on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles to high credit tier customers at ESB and only for up to a 60 month term. The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan. For example, a 2021 Road Glide® Limited motorcycle in Vivid Black with an MSRP of $28,299, no down payment and amount financed of $28,299, 60 month repayment term, and 3.49% APR results in monthly payments of $514.68. In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale. APR is calculated according to the simple interest method. Not valid in conjunction with other offers. Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary. Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at any time. See your Harley‑Davidson® Dealership for details.

  • Financing Offer available for Used Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval. Not all applicants will qualify. 4.49% APR offer is available on Used Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles to high credit tier customers at ESB and only for up to a 60 month term. The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan. For example, a 2015 Softail® Deluxe model in Vivid Black with a sale price of $17,845, no down payment and amount financed of $17,845, 60 month repayment term, and 4.49% APR results in monthly payments of $332.60 In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale. APR is calculated according to the simple interest method. Not valid in conjunction with other offers. Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary. Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at any time. See your Harley‑Davidson® Dealership for details.

  • 1. The customer (“Purchaser”) must purchase a new or used model year 2013 or newer Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycle available and in stock a participating U.S. H-D dealer ("Eligible Motorcycle") between February 1, 2019 and August 31, 2019 ("Sales Period").
    2. Purchaser who purchases an Eligible Motorcycle during the Sales Period has the option to trade-in the Eligible Motorcycle at its original purchase price towards the purchase of a new, unregistered, model year 2017, 2018, 2019 or 2020 Harley-Davidson Touring, Trike, Softail, Dyna, Sportster, Street or Special 3. Edition/Shrine Big Twin motorcycle (“Eligible Trade-Up Motorcycle”). Offer is limited to one claim per eligible VIN. Excludes Police Models.
    The trade-in must occur no later than August 31, 2020 (“Trade-Up Period”).
    4. Customers must redeem the offer at the same H-D dealership where the Eligible Motorcycle purchase originated. Certain exceptions apply for customers who move during the Trade-Up period. See participating H-D dealer for details.
    5. The owner must have the original bill of sale and title in the original owner’s name as valid proof of purchase of the qualifying new motorcycle at time of trade-in to qualify for this offer.
    6. Original purchase price does not include taxes, title, registration, license fees, state fees, parts and accessories, dealer set-up/prep/freight charges, ancillary products (e.g., Extended Service Plans, GAP, wheel and tire coverage, etc…) and other dealer add-ons, regardless of the amount actually paid.
    7. The offer only applies to Eligible Motorcycles submitted for trade-in on a new, unregistered Eligible Trade-Up Motorcycle of greater value and not the same model. Offer is limited to one claim per eligible VIN. Offer is limited to one claim per customer.
    8. The Purchaser is responsible for the difference between the trade-in value of the Eligible Motorcycle and the purchase price of the Eligible Trade-Up Motorcycle.
    9. Trade-in must be a vehicle in good condition and good working order. Tires, suspension, engine, and transmission must all be within factory specifications and are subject to inspection by the participating H-D dealer. Vehicle exterior cannot reflect neglect or abuse. The participating H-D dealer will make the sole determination regarding whether the trade-in is in good working condition and good working order.
    10. The purchaser is responsible for all costs of operating and maintaining the Eligible Motorcycle prior to trade-in.
    11. This offer may not be combined with any other promotions, offers or discounts without the express permission of Harley-Davidson. However, qualified customers can use Harley-Davidson Financial Services special financing promotions in conjunction with the Freedom Promise. The Freedom Promise trade-in benefit will not be considered as part of the rider’s down payment.
    12. This offer is not transferable except to the original owner’s spouse or to the original owner’s legally recognized domestic partner, provided such person lives in the same household and has the same permanent address as the original owner. The H-D dealer may require documentation to substantiate this relationship before extending the offer to the spouse or domestic partner.
    13. Eligible Trade-Up Motorcycles must be taken from dealer stock and are not available on future motorcycle orders, deliveries or deposits outside the Trade-Up Period. Certain models of motorcycles may not be available at some participating dealers.
    14. Valid only at participating U.S. H-D dealerships. Offer not valid in Hawaii. Non-transferrable. Cannot be redeemed for cash or cash equivalent. Offer not valid on motorcycles purchased and/or delivered outside the Sales Period or outside the U.S. Harley-Davidson and/or H-D dealer are not responsible for lost or stolen proof of purchase documentation. Offer is subject to change without notice. Void where prohibited.  

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  • Financing Offer available only on Used Harley‑Davidson Street® motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval. Not all applicants will qualify. 5.49% APR offer is available only to high credit tier customers at ESB and only for up to a 72 month term. The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan. For example, a 2015 Street™ XG500 motorcycle model in Vivid Black with a sale price of $6,799, no down payment and amount financed of $6,799, 72 month repayment term, and 5.49% APR results in monthly payments of $111.05. In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale. APR is calculated according to the simple interest method. Not valid in conjunction with other offers. Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary. Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at any time. See your Harley‑Davidson® Dealership for details.  

  • Financing Offer available only on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval. Not all applicants will qualify. 2.99% APR offer is available on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles to high credit tier customers at ESB and only for up to a 60 month term. The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan. For example, a 2021 Heritage Classic in Vivid Black with an MSRP of $18,999, 10% down payment and amount financed of $17,099.10, 60 month repayment term, and 2.99% APR results in monthly payments of $307.17. In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale.  APR is calculated according to the simple interest method.  Not valid in conjunction with other offers.  Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary.  Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at anytime. See your Harley-Davidson® Dealership for details.

  • Financing Offer available only on used Harley‑Davidson motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval.  Not all applicants will qualify.  3.99% APR offer is available only to high credit tier customers who have completed a Riding Academy, Skilled Riders, MSF or other state accredited course within 180 days of application date and only for up to a 60 month term. The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan.  For example, a 2019 Harley-Davidson Street® 750 model in Vivid Black with sale price of $7,599, 10% down payment and amount financed of $6,839.10, 60 month repayment term, and 3.99% APR results in monthly payments of $125.92.  In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale.  APR is calculated according to the simple interest method.  Not valid in conjunction with other offers.  Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary.  Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at anytime.  See your Harley-Davidson® Dealership for details.

  • The creditor and issuer of the Harley‑Davidson® Visa® card is U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc.  

  • Financing offer available only to Active United States Military personnel and only on Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank and is subject to credit approval. Not all applicants will qualify. No Money Down offer is available only to well-qualified credit tier applicants. 5.39% APR offer is available only to the highest credit tier applicants and only for up to 60 months term. The APR and down payment may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan. For example, a 2021 Softail Slim® motorcycle in Vivid Black with an MSRP of $15,999, no down payment and amount financed of $15,999, 60 month repayment term and 5.39% APR results in monthly payments of $304.79. In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale. APR is calculated according to the simple interest method. Not valid in conjunction with other offers. Other terms, conditions and limitations may apply. Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at any time. See your Harley‑Davidson® Dealership for details. Active Military includes: United States Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Guard and Reserves.  

  • Financing Offer available only on new Harley-Davidson® Sportster® motorcycle models financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval.  Not all applicants will qualify.  8.49% APR offer is available only to high credit tier customers at ESB and only for up to a 84 month term.  The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan.  For example, a 2021 Iron 883™ in Black Denim with an MSRP of $9,749, 10% down payment and amount financed of $8,774.10, 84 month repayment term, and 8.49% APR results in monthly payments of $138.91.  In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale.  APR is calculated according to the simple interest method.  Not valid in conjunction with other offers.  Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary.  Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at anytime. See your Harley-Davidson dealer for details.

  • Financing Offer available only on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval.  Not all applicants will qualify.  This 7.99% offer is available on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles to high credit tier customers at ESB and only for up to an 84-month term. The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan.  For example, a 2021 Softail® Standard motorcycle in Vivid Black with an MSRP of $13,599, a 10% down payment and amount financed of $12,239.10, 84-month repayment term, and 7.99% APR results in monthly payments of $190.70. In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale.  APR is calculated according to the simple interest method.  Not valid in conjunction with other offers.  Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary.  Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at any time. See your Harley‑Davidson® Dealership for details.

  • Financing Offer available only on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank (ESB) and is subject to credit approval.  Not all applicants will qualify.  This 7.99% offer is available on new Harley‑Davidson® motorcycles to high credit tier customers at ESB and only for up to an 84-month term. The APR may vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan.  For example, a 2021 Electra Glide® Standard motorcycle in Vivid Black with an MSRP of $18,999 a 10% down payment and amount financed of $17,099.10, 84-month repayment term, and 7.99% APR results in monthly payments of $266.43. In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale.  APR is calculated according to the simple interest method.  Not valid in conjunction with other offers.  Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary.  Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at any time. See your Harley‑Davidson® Dealership for details.

  • Prices listed are generally the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP), excluding taxes, shipping, added accessories, added additional dealer charges and are subject to change without notice. Prices and selection at local dealerships may vary. All taxes are extra. STACYC reserves the right without prior notice to discontinue at any time any of the items herein or change specifications or designs without incurring any obligation to the customer. All items are subject to availability and prior sale by our dealers.

  • Riding range estimates provided following the SAE J2982 and are based on expected performance of a fully-charged battery when operated under specified conditions. Actual range will vary depending on riding habits, ambient weather and equipment conditions. 

  • Financing Offer available only on new 2019 Harley-Davidson® Touring motorcycle models financed through Eaglemark Savings Bank and is subject to credit approval. Not all applicants will qualify as the Annual Percentage Rate (APR) will vary based on the applicant’s past credit performance and the term of the loan. Financing offer is available only for up to a 60 month term. For example, a 2019 Road Glide® Special motorcycle in Billiard Blue with an MSRP of $27,989, no down payment and amount financed of $27,989, 60 month repayment term, and 2.99% APR results in monthly payments of $502.80. In this example, customer is responsible for applicable taxes, title, licensing fees and any other fees or charges at the time of sale. APR is calculated according to the simple interest method. Not valid in conjunction with other offers. Customer must take delivery by September 30, 2019. Other terms, conditions, and limitations may apply. Dealer participation may vary. Financing offer is subject to change or cancellation at anytime. See a Harley-Davidson® Dealer for details.

  • Free DC Fast Charging at participating H-D dealerships and 500 kw hours at Electrify America Charge Stations. 

  • Potential government incentives are identified for informational purposes only. Federal tax credit may be 10% of the cost of the qualified vehicle, up to $2,500. Availability and eligibility vary, may change without notice and are beyond the control of Harley-Davidson. Eligibility and amount of credits and rebates depend on your personal situation. Please consult your tax professional and your state or federal agency for details and eligibility requirements.

  • Surcharges attributable to raw materials costs in the product supply chain

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    10 Cool Harley-Davidson Bobbers We Would Love To Ride

    There are many cultures in the motorcycle world, but there is one very distinct of them all. The rise of bobber motorcycles. But what exactly is a bobber? To describe a bobber in the simplest way possible, we can say that it is a cruiser bike – but with a difference.

    The culture started in the 1920s with the practice of chopping down almost every unnecessary motorcycle part to make them light and more fashionable. Mudguards got bob-tailed, or simply given what they called a bob job, and the final product was a bobber. Harley-Davidson bikes were mostly the motorcycles used by ex-servicemen after WW2, and to make them unique, they customized them by chopping them down into bobbers.

    Almost 100 years and Harley-Davidson still have some of the best bobbers in the motorcycle world. Read on for ten cool Harley-Davidson bobbers that any serious enthusiast would love to ride.

    10 Harley-Davidson Sportster 48

    Based on its small peanut tank that was introduced in 1948, the Harley-Davidson Sportster 48 is a definitive Harley Bobber that comes with all aspects of a beautiful motorcycle. It is built with Harley’s smaller version of the V-twin 1203cc engine that performs just right, if not more adequately.

    The fat-tired minimalist Sportster 48 is a little heavy, with reasonably necessary Bobber specs – fair enough to make you abandon your modern sports bike for this.

    9 Harley-Davidson Street Bob

    Having been produced originally with the features of a bobber, the Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob is one of the best bobbers ever. Its name, ‘Bob,’ comes from the word ‘bobber. Since its introduction in 2006, the Street Bob has seen multiple upgrades. The most recent and significant updates on the Harley Street Bob transformed it into quite a new and enticing motorcycle.

    The introduction of the new Harley-Davidson ‘Milwaukee-eight’ big twin-engine, coupled with several detailed upgrades, makes the Street Bob one of the best Bobbers in the motorcycle world. The bike also rides quite decently and evocatively thanks to its new chassis. Uncluttered, blacked-out big twin Harley-Davidson Bobber that anyone would want to throw a leg over.

    8 Harley-Davidson Softail Slim

    When you trim the fat from a fat boy, you leave him with muscle and strength, and that is what the Harley-Davidson Softail Slim bobber is about, - it is basically a fat boy with the fat chopped off. The Softail Slim is a simple bobber-style motorcycle with a classic vibe. With a seat height below 24 inches, the Softail Slim could be the bobber with the lowest seat so far.

    The silhouette of the Softail Slim has not changed so much. But its rear frame has been chopped down and replaced with a custom tank and a seat unit. The build flows seamlessly as one over the cylinder heads. The custom bobber is built by one of the top Harley customizers, and it is perfect.

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    7 Harley-Davidson Ironhead Bobber

    A low-slung stripped-down Bobber built from a 1979 Harley-Davidson Ironhead with ideas borrowed from classic Steve McQueen movie Le Mans – the builders of this custom bobber tore the Ironhead stock motor apart, put the frame under the knife, and hard-tailed the rear.

    The result is an Ironhead Bobber that is 4” lower and longer than the original 1979 Harley-Davidson Ironhead. Anything that came polished was chopped down to give the Bobber a more aggressive and vintage feel.

    6 Harley-Davidson Iron 883

    Not every motorcycle enthusiast wants to integrate his motorcycle controls with his smartphone, some of us want to remain analog, but in style. The Harley-Davidson Iron 883 custom-built bobber is the perfect combination of the two – vintage and style. The bobber features a modern retro styling coupled with vintage looks of a 1960 chopper.

    To ensure that Iron 883 bobber handles with style, Nick, the builder of this custom bike, did some extra job on the powertrain, and it turned out just perfect. Nick used a screaming Eagle kit to bore the engine to 1200cc. The transmission is a 1996 Sportster five-speed installed with a Barnett heavy-duty clutch. From a closer look, you can tell that a lot of work was done on this machine.

    5 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob

    Rough at Heart, Craft with Pride – Rough Craft’s motto, the builders of this custom bobber based on the 2018 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 107. The Fat Bob is a combination of the updated Rough Crafts Mighty Guerilla formula and the latest Harley platform. The Harley Fat Bob is designed with the most distinctive styling from their factories, but most of it still got chopped down during the creation of the Harley-Davidson Fat Bob bobber.

    The bobber rides on the original 16” tires. The chassis remains original, but it has been slammed. Only a handful of the parts remain stock in this bike. The final product is creatively wrapped inside in a classic Rough Craft’s paint scheme – and looks beautiful in a finish dubbed as black-ops.

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    4 Harley-Davidson Cross Bone Bobber Softail Springer

    Only a handful of times will you come across a motorcycle that defies categorization like this Cross-Bone bobber Softail Springer. The owner of this particular Springer loves Norton motorcycles, and from where he lives, he realized he would never have a chance to own one. So, he decided to build his own bike. And he made this custom bobber from a 1992 Harley-Davidson Softail Springer.

    To lower the ground clearance, he modified the front suspension. He replaced the original front wheel with a 19” BSA wheel, and used an old Harley WL rim to change the rear wheel from 16” to 18”. This Cross-Bone uses a VW car filter.

    3 Harley-Davidson FLH Shovelhead

    Artist James Roper Caldbeck is a custom bobber motorcycle builder – he has built some of the best vintage bobbers in the motorcycle world, including this Harley-Davidson FLH Shovelhead. Clean, low-slung road beasts coupled with the appealing retro vibes is the language he speaks, and he is not anywhere close to Milwaukee.

    The FLH Shovelhead Bobber features a new engine and transmission rebuild, and a new electrical system. The original colossal battery box is also replaced with a much smaller battery, which is covered with a much smaller Harley-Davidson Sportster battery cover. Basically, James chopped down anything that looked plastic, huge and ugly on this bike, and replaced them with the smallest and appealing parts possible.

    2 Harley-Davidson WL Flathead

    Well, another custom Harley-Davidson bobber. This Harley WL Flathead must be the only bobber with parts collected from anywhere, and anything – the headlight is from a bicycle. The builder of this bobber, Philip Van Geest, says that he understands what a practical bobber should look like, and he would collect parts from as early as the ‘50s just to make sure he achieves what he intends to build – just like this custom WL Flathead.

    The bobber features a 1942 Harley-Davidson WL 750cc engine. The idea was to create a skinny bike to maneuver the streets of the Hague. And as a result, this WL Flathead bobber was born.

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    1 Harley-Davidson Panhead Bobber

    The Harley-Davidson Panhead bobber took Cay Brøndum a little over 200 hours to build. The bobber was built with parts from all over the world. He started with a bare frame, and then from fleamarket, eBay, and also from his friends, he collected the rest of the parts.

    The fork at the front is an original 1949 Hydra-Glide. There are Panhead originals like the chopped handlebars and the 3.5-gallon tank. The combination of all these parts created an authentic classic bobber that you can still drive today. The bike can handle just fine, as long as the road is straight.

    Would you love to throw a leg over a dinosaur? The Harley-Davidson Panhead bobber is your perfect choice – its so oily and noisy, and its way too expensive. And hey, the beast does not spare the gas.

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    Triumph Bonneville Bobber Black

    Calling it a “pure Bonneville hot rod” the British manufacturer captured the American way of the ‘30s when they launched the brutally beautiful factory custom Bonneville Bobber last year. Now, the same guys went high on vile and had revealed a dark amalgamation of the mechanicals and stature of that very bike. It’s called the Bonneville Bobber Black.

    This Bobber is the stealth version of the original Bonneville Bobber. It gets blacked out on just about everything including the wheels, the exhaust, the headlight shroud, the saddle, the levers, handlebars, engine covers – the list goes on. Regarding overall design, the entire silhouette of the Bobber Black completely resembles that of the standard Bonneville Bobber. These minute but extravagant changes separate it from its sibling to give a menacing character.

    The heart of this Bobber is the same category-leading, high-torque Bonneville 1200cc engine with a dedicated Bobber tune. Triumph’s 1200cc gives this Bobber a power figure of 77 horses and 77 ft-lb of torque. The Bobber Black gets the unique twin airbox setup, carb-styled twin throttle bodies, special intake and exhaust system, output shaft, and elegant packaging that allows the straight-line exhausts to hide the Euro4-compliant catalytic converters.

    If you thought that the Bobber Black was all just a visual experiment, you are in for a surprise. The Black, in fact, gets an aggressive and more muscular stance, thanks to its ’fat’ 16-inch chunky black front wheel that replaces the original 19 inchers and a bigger 47mm front Showa cartridge forks rather than the 41mm KYBs’.

    Similar to the Bobber, the Bobber Black too will feature everything from riding modes (Road and Rain) to switchable traction control, ride-by-wire throttle, ABS, and a torque-assist clutch. Additionally, a single button cruise control from the Speedmaster also makes way here. You can score one of the 2018 Bonneville Bobber Black models in a glossy Jet Black finish for $13,150 or opt for the even more ominous looking Matte Jet Black for $13,400.

    Indian Scout Bobber

    The folks at Indian decided to capture the American way of the ‘30s and built this brutally beautiful factory custom bobber. Capturing the post was America of the 30s’, this Bobber has taken Indian Motorcycles to a realm outside their comfort zone that creates a mean looking menacing machine rather than a vintage charm on the motorcycles that seem to have come from bygone eras.

    This Bobber is a blacked-out and stripped down amalgamation of the mechanicals and stature of an Indian Scout. It gets updated with many cosmetic changes to give it a stealth outlook while blacking out just about everything including the wheels, the exhaust, the headlight shroud, the speedo, the mudguards – the list goes on.

    The liquid-cooled, 60-degree 1133 cc V-twin comes with a sharp looking, chrome-on-black décor, but it is far from an “all show and no go” mill. It puts out 94 ponies and 72 pound-feet of torque but being a short-stroke engine, you have to wind it up to 5,900 rpm to get the full grunt out of it. A six-speed, sliding-mesh gearbox sends power to the rear wheel via a fiber-reinforced belt drive.

    The sporty and firm handling is attributed to the low-slung profile of the slammed stance that delivers better feedback to the rider. Another significant change was the cartridge forks and the extensively tuned front suspension to give a much stable ride all the way to its 125 mph top speed. The rear setup, however, remains unchanged with the dual hydraulic coil springs. The bike comes fitted with 298mm disc brake at the front and a 298mm disc brake at the rear, which provides enough halting power.

    This 2018 Indian Scout Bobber comes with a price tag of $ 11,999 for Indian Motorcycle Red, Thunder Black, Star Silver Smoke and a new Bronze Smoke option while the Thunder Black Smoke will retail at $ 12,499 and has ABS as standard.

    Harley-Davidson Street Bob

    With the Street Bob, Harley Davidson is offering the customers a factory built bobber with the heightened handlebar, low slung seating position, chopped fenders and minimalist body panels. Having switched from a Dyna build to a Softail design, the Street Bob ties into the era when juice-forks were brand new, and you had to wear a kidney belt to handle rough roads and/or long trips for the lack of any sort of rear suspension beyond the give in the rear tire.

    The Harley Davidson Street Bob has the typical family-shared curvy and stretched out sloping fuel tank, atop of which sits the instrument console on a blackened base. The squared side body cowls further add to the retro appeal of the motorcycle. For this latest avatar of the Street Bob, Harley Davidson has blackened out the engine as well as side cycle parts, unlike the chromed components of the previous model of the motorcycle.

    The Mil-8 brings a massive, 107-inch (1,746 cc) displacement to the table with no less than 110 pound-feet of torque on tap for your riding pleasure. Given the fact that the Street Bob is the lightest motorcycle of the ‘Dyna’ family, the Street Bob has a good power to weight ratio (in Harley Davidson’s standards).

    Complementing with the excellence of the torquey engine, the Street Bob has a set of hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and adjustable hydraulic coil springs at the rear. The Street Bob comes with single disc brakes at both front and rear, which are coupled with the ABS for safe braking and short braking distances.

    This is Harley’s entry-level, Big Twin cruiser, so it falls out at the bottom of the pricing scale at only $14,499 in Vivid Black. As always, the King of Paint has a fistful of paint schemes up for grabs, but the solid colors will set you back another four Benjamins and the two-tone package rolls for $15,249 MSRP. The optional ABS package runs another $750, and California buyers can expect to pay $200 to get the requisite emissions package.

    Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber

    Moto Guzzi always makes it a point to keep both retro and the modern fumbled into the same machine. These V9s are no different. They both amuse and bemuse with a thrilling and willing engine to carry it forward. The charming machines are carefully handcrafted in the historic Mandello factory which is both fun to look and ride.

    The Bobber seems to be more of a masculine silhouette with a traditional darker and sportier nemesis. The black theme is seen everywhere including the flat drag-style handlebar mounted on the lovely aluminum bar, mirrors, springs, and the exhaust. Giving in to the Bobber feel is the chopped rear fender and the thin narrow seats that may not be comfortable on the long run. What makes this Bobber run is also the same thing that makes it aggressively hot – chubby 130/90 and 150/80 – 16-inch tires that distinguish it from its stablemate.

    You cannot neglect to notice the 853cc longitudinally-mounted 90-degree twin. Underwhelming is the motor’s 55 hp at 6,250 rpm and 46 lb-ft at a low 3000 rpm which is enough for the town. A single plate clutch transmits this to the rear through a 6-speed gearbox and a shaft type final drive. Exhaust is through a 2-into-2, stainless-steel system with a three-way catalytic converter and twin Lambda probes.

    Though the V9 is tuned for a soft ride, suspension setup on the bike is basic and standard non-adjustable forks with 5.1-inch travel and pre-loaded adjustable rear shocks with 3.8 inches of travel. They were comfortable for modest speeds, but at higher rates, the shocks do not take hard hits well. Pair of Brembo 4-pot 320mm disc and 2-pot 260mm disc provide predictable stopping power at a peg-scraping pace. Electronic rider aids include dual-channel ABS by Continental and standard Moto Guzzi traction control (MGTC) having two modes, “1 – dry” and “2 – wet,” which can be turned off if you think you are a pro.

    Coming in just a skosh higher is the Bobber at $10,490, and it comes in Nero Massiccio (Massive Black) or Grigio Sport (Sport Gray). All come with a checker graphic on the fenders and fuel tank for a nice splash of contrast.

    CCM Spitfire Bobber

    Reminiscence of the Supermarine Spitfire, a British fighter aircraft from the times of World War II, the CCM Spitfire is the brainchild of a specialist division within the shackles of CCM called ‘the SkunkwerX team’. This Bobber is the most authentic and brutally honest take on the post-war America in the 30s’. The spoked wheels, whitewalls and the floating seat sold it.

    The newest member of the Spitfire range is the new Spitfire Bobber that comes with a stripped-back bobber styling but still carries the cues from the rest of the motorcycles in the range. This organic look comes courtesy of the single floating seat, swept back bars, slammed suspension and chunky white-walled tires that keeps the vintage affair going around in the air. Avon AV72 Cobra tires get white-walled, wrapped around 16” lightweight wheels and get laced with the CNC billet hub to give sufficient grip to rip the road.

    The powerplant on this Bobber makes use of the same Husqvarna TE630 motor used on all the other Spitfires. This fuel-injected, single cylinder, four-stroke mill produces a healthy 55 hp and 43 lb-ft of max torque. This is enough to make the 297 lb bike to feel like a rocket. The dual-pipe exhaust manifold gives the bike a proper Bobber visual cue. The same 6-speed transmission engages here as well.

    The monoshock mounted directly under the seat, is a springless nitrogen charged unit, while at the front, an adjustable WP suspension handles all damping duties. Brembo supplies excellent stopping power to the CCM with top-spec four piston and two piston calipers biting a 320 mm disc up front and 240 mm disc at the rear.

    Be sure that CCM will also make this a limited edition affair of 150 units and will be available with a rather steep MSRP of $13,930. A couple of grand more than the rest of its stablemates. If you’d like to individualize your handcrafted Spitfire, CCM have created a range of bespoke options and accessories.

    Yamaha Bolt R-Spec

    The Bolt from Yamaha’s Starcruiser line is a cool little bobber-style bike with its high tank, short wheelbase and solo seat. It’s a nice around town bike — lightweight and agile — and naked with real-steel sheet metal, it just begs you to customize it. The Spec duo are every bit as snappy and fun to ride as the Bolt, but with some upgrades, both hardware and cosmetic.

    Cosmetically, the Bolt R-Spec has all the same modern bobber appeal as the Bolt along with a contrast-stitched saddle and accent-striped paint. These little details set the Bolt R-Spec apart from its more pragmatic sibling. The slim, flat-sided teardrop fuel tank (flangeless, from MY’17) and narrow waist combined with the low seat height.

    Using the same engine as the V Star 950, the mill for the Spec duo is the 58-cubic-inch (942 cc) air-cooled, 60-degree V-twin. While the torque figure isn’t overwhelming at 59 pound-feet, it comes on early at 3,000 rpm for plenty of grunt in the low range. The 3D maps for fuel injection and ignition timing give the Specs snappy acceleration in low- and mid-ranges.

    Rolling on 19-inch front and 16-inch rear tires and 12-spoke cast wheels, the Specs enjoy a tight turning radius and agile maneuvering, perfect for around-town treks. Braking on both front and rear happens on 298 mm "wave" discs — the same discs found on some sports bikes — for better heat dissipation and improved brake performance. I can almost forgive the Specs for having only a single front brake.

    MSRP on the 2018 Bolt R-Spec is $8,399, which is the same as last year. Choose between Armor Gray or Impact Blue, a bit of a change over gray and red the last two years. In 2016, the C-Spec went for $8,690 and came in a rich-looking Desert Bronze with gold pinstriping.

    Harley-Davidson Iron 1200

    Taking inspiration from their customers, the Milwaukee brand created the new Iron 1200 giving it an all-new character and soul making it look very much like a custom motorcycle. It gets pimped up with equipment that was previously available only as exclusive HD parts and accessories, yet still retains the aggressive throwback styling.

    Much like its previous model, the new Iron 1200 retains the low-slung silhouette, having a stance of a roadster. The motorcycle features classic lines which effortlessly amalgamate with modern design cues. But the aura of the bike takes a new course with the satin-black Ape handlebar which was previously available as accessories, now become a standard fitment from the factory on the new Iron 1200.

    The Iron model now gets the Evolution 1200 V-Twin engine. For 30 years the 1202cc Evolution motor has been the heart and soul of all Sportster models at HD and the same gives life to the new Iron as well. The 1202cc motor delivers 73 lb-ft (36 % more torque than the 883 Evolution engine with 53.8 lb-ft).

    The bike weighs 2 lbs more than the 883 at 564 lbs. Sadly, Harley still equips this Iron with just a single disc brake unit upfront and at the rear with both having dual piston calipers. Impressive suspension travel of 114 mm at the front and 81 mm at the back gives in to a subtle riding experience even on tougher terrain. The Iron 1200 gets its own 43 mm upside down forks with better damping and lesser dive during braking.

    The US MSRP for the Iron 1200 is $9,999 for the Vivid black, and the Color option will take that to $10,349. You can get the optional ABS and Security system untethered from your bike which will save you $795 and $395 respectively. Fuel tank paint color options include Vivid Black, Twisted Cherry and Billiard White, always contrasting with the Vivid Black speed screen and the bright-bold graphics.

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    Top 10 best Bobber motorbikes (2021)

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    One of the most distinctive trends or fashions in recent years has been the rise of the ‘bobber’ – but what is it exactly? Essentially, it’s a type of cruiser or custom – but a very specific one. The term actually dates back to the US in the late 1920s where the practice of chopping down bikes, often Harleys, to their bare bones to reduce weight and simplify them became fashionable. So mudguards or fenders got ‘bob-tailed’ or given a ‘bob-job’ (later becoming ‘Bobbing’), fancy paint was eschewed for plain or matt black, just a small, single seat was used and so on. Most of these bikes also had small wheels with fat balloon tyres, which were the norm at the time.

    Post WW2 the fashion arose again when ex-servicemen in particular wanted to put their own stamp on the masses of ex-military Harleys available. Then, if you wind forward to the mid-Noughties, with pioneering factory versions such as Harley’s Street Bob and followed since, on the rise of the custom scene, with examples from Triumph, Moto Guzzi and more and it’s clear there’s suddenly more available than ever to choose from.

    The appeal? Bang on-trend cruiser style that’s easy to ride, affordability (they’re usually cheaper than the equivalent factory cruiser simply because there’s less to them) and a blank canvas ripe for customizing appeals to many. Which you should go for, though, is less easy – so here’s our guide to 10 of the current best, in useful ascending price order… 

     

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    1. Honda CMX 500 Rebel, £5799

    Is it a cruiser or is it a bobber? In truth, it’s a bit of both, but as Honda themselves call their A2-licence complying twin a ‘bobber’, plus the fact that it’s so good, meant we had to include it here. It’s the latest (fourth) addition to Honda’s purpose-designed, 471cc, A2-licence compliant parallel twins (joining the CB500F roadster, CBR500R sportster and CB500X adventure-styled bike). Like those it’s based on the same, Thai-built, smoothly versatile parallel twin but this time reworked slightly for extra torque and in a new frame with an even lower (690mm) seat height, which explains why it was the last to join the party. It’s an absolute doddle to ride, surprisingly good fun and ripe for customizing – which is probably just as well as, being a Honda and with the least convincing ‘Bobber’ styling of this group, it probably needs it.

     

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    2. Kawasaki Vulcan S, from £6699

    Again, arguably more cruiser than bobber, but Kawasaki now offer so many variants of its mid-range Vulcan with this one being decidedly ‘blacked out’ and minimalist, it’s worth including here. Kawasaki’s offering is derived from ER6n parallel twin running gear but, like the Honda, a detuned engine and new, low slung, twin shock frame to give an ultra-low seat height (705mm). Peak power is 61bhp, so it’s not A2 compliant (although a restricted version is available), it, too, is as easy as pie to ride and overall, it’s unintimidating, effective transport. On the downside, the badge and ‘jellymould’ styling hasn’t the same cachet as, say, a Harley or Triumph and there’s only limited customising options. But if you want an accessible, affordable, introduction to the breed, it’s a great option.

     

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    3. Moto Guzzi V9 Bobber, £8999

    Italian legends Moto Guzzi have traditionally taken US-style cruisers more seriously than most ever since a V7 variant became the adopted by the California Highway Patrol in the early ‘70s, so in turn spawning the first California. Its V9 family, introduced in 2016 as the Roamer/Bobber and intended as a new cruiser and Bobber (obviously) replacing the old 750 Nevada but developed from that bike’s ‘small block’ 750cc transverse V-twin powertrain, was, therefore, eagerly anticipated. Unfortunately, they haven’t quite proved the success – yet – hoped for. Although the larger 850cc twin is effective and charismatic and the handling OK, the spec is fairly basic and the styling doesn’t convince. Of the two, the Bobber – minimalist style, blacked out and fat balloon tyres all present and correct – is probably the best option and is an OK bike, and was improved slightly in 2017 with a revised seat and riding position, but further improvements including a revised engine giving more grunt, new seat and detailing changes are coming in 2021.

     

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    4. Honda CMX1100 Rebel, £8999

    A major newcomer onto the ‘bobber’ scene for 2021 – in fact one that’s so new that, as we write, we’ve not actually ridden it. But we also know enough about Honda’s new big Rebel that we have no qualms in including it here. Modelled on the popular, affordable A2-class CMX500 the newcomer is larger all-round and based around a detuned version of the 1084cc parallel twin motor from the Africa Twin adventure bike. As such it produces a healthy 86bhp at 7000rpm along with a meaty 72ftlbs of torque at just 4750rpm. The seat is a low 700mm, there’s four switchable riding modes, a funky LED headlight, cruise control and also, uniquely among bobbers, the option of Honda’s revolutionary ‘DCT’ Dual Clutch Transmission semi-automatic gearbox (from £9899) making it the only ‘twist n go’ bobber currently available.

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    5. Harley-Davidson Sportster Forty-eight, £9995

    US giant H-D dominate this end of the market so much that, in truth, any number of its models could claim a place in this Top 10. But sticking rigidly to the bobber definition, of its Sportster variants, it’s the fat-tyred, minimalist forty-eight that meets the brief best. So named for it small ‘peanut’ tank that was introduced in 1948, and based on the satisfyingly bigger 1203cc version of Harley’s smaller V-twin, the forty-eight, simply, is the definitive bike of this breed, performs more than adequately (if a little crudely, although that is some of the charm), and brings with it the most kudos – and isn’t that a large part of the appeal? With ‘just’ 60 bhp, lots of weight and a fairly basic spec, we can’t argue that’s it’s the best of this bobber breed – Triumph’s new Bobber, for example, far outperforms it – but for authenticity, custom potential, residual values and plain garage appeal, nothing else comes close (although we could also make a case for Harley’s 883 Iron, with bigger front wheel but a smaller price tag…).

    The bad news is that the Sportster range was cut from Harley-Davidson’s line-up at the end of 2020, but the good news is that (at time of writing) there's still some new stock at dealers – just be quick if you have your heart set one.

     

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    6. CCM Spitfire Bobber, £9995

    Here’s a bobber that came out of leftfield. British cottage manufacturer CCM was born in the ‘60s as an off-road specialist after Alan Clews (of Clews Competition Motorcycles) bought up parts and stock from BSA’s off-road racing department which was being closed down. It’s fair to say CCM has been on a fairly roller-coaster ride ever since, mostly with off-roaders, but latterly with more road-going singles. Based around a larger, 600cc version of the 450cc single which powered the now defunct BMW G450X enduro, it has a simple, hand-made frame, lots of sweet detailing (brown leather grips for example) and has somehow managed to hit the current retro/café racer trend bang-on. A number of variants are now offered, including Scrambler, Tracker, Racer and now this Bobber version and all are punchy, light, stylish and good fun. Wouldn’t want to ride one down the M4, though…

     

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    7. Triumph Bonneville Bobber, £10,650

    Arguably one of the most impressive Triumphs of all of recent years and almost certainly the most adept, dynamically, and yet authentically styled bobbers of all. It was introduced in 2016 born out of the Hinckley marque’s all-new 900cc/1200cc Bonneville retro roadster family and uses the larger engine detuned for more torque in its own, hidden shock (for the hardtail look), low slung chassis. Being a Triumph, it handles and stops far better than its looks suggest; that 76bhp engine is a peach and the whole look and detailing exquisite. Add on top of that two riding modes, LED lights, a neat, single clock, adjustable riding position and more and it’s probably no wonder its been one of Triumph’s biggest sales success stories of recent years. A great bike.

     

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    8. Indian Scout Bobber, £11,999

    Upstart US Harley rivals Indian, which was relaunched as a brand by the huge Polaris concern in 2014, first with its ‘big-bore’ Chief and Chieftain models, has been one of world motorcycling’s biggest successes of recent years. But although its big bikes impress, it’s its smaller, 1200cc, Sportster-rivalling Scout family, launched soon after which have impressed even more. With a punchy, 100bhp V-twin, decent chassis and style all their own the Scout is midway between a Sportster and a Ducati Monster and the Bobber variant gives it another string to its bow. With lowered suspension, revised ergonomics and a more blacked out it’s a fairly subtle interpretation but is still a capable, credible performer and one that stands out from the crowd. A smaller, 1000cc (or 60 cubic inches, hence the name), cheaper (£10,250) Scout Bobber Sixty, plus a higher spec Scout Bobber Twenty (£12,899) is also available.

     

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    9. Triumph Bobber Black, £11,650

    Just when we thought Triumph had the whole Bobber thing nailed with its Bonneville Bobber, a year after that bike’s launch, the Hinckley firm brought out the Bobber Black which is arguably even better still and so more than deserving of its own place here. With a smaller, 16-inch front wheel with fat Avon tyre, uprated brakes (twin Brembo discs) and forks and a more ‘blacked out’ look, the black not only looks even more like a traditional bobber – it goes better, too. Like before there’s plenty of neat touches, a spec that includes LED lights and the engine is unchanged and just as good as ever. If you like the look and can stomach the steeper price, the Black is probably currently the best all-round bobber of all.

     

    Top 10 Bobbers

     

    10. Harley-Davidson Street Bob, £13,995

    The original production bobber and still, for many, the best. H-D introduced its first Street Bob, then based on the old, twin shock Dyna chassis, way back in 2006, way before ‘Bobbers’ became a mainstream fashion motorcycle. Updated repeatedly since, most recently and significantly into new (hidden shock) Softail form along with the new ‘Milwaukee Eight’ big twin motors and a host of detail changes, it’s no better than it ever was. And that, essentially, is pure, uncluttered, blacked-out and ‘bobbed’ Harley big twin. As such it’s an entry-level big Harley, a blank canvas for customizing (as bobbers always were), simple and straightforward. It even rides decently and evocatively (thanks to the new chassis/engine) as well. For many it's the definitive, purest, ‘only’ factory bobber around – even if the Triumph actually rides better. Oh, and those ‘mini ape hanger bars are nowhere near as extreme as they look. One extra point, though, Harley also added the Softail Standard model in 2020 which is effectively an even more basic Street Bob and does without much of the blacked-out look, but is even cheaper, at just £12,995…

     

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