The 2021 Street Glide Special is part of Harley-Davidson’s creme-de-la-creme Touring range. Now, having the chance to get astride one of these and ride it for over a week in every situation it would find itself in, in our country, here is what we thought about it…Read full review
While it's a good thing on Harley's front to adapt to the changes in the market, it's also going to be tough for the brand to create a mark in this segment that's already well established.Read full review
Harley plans to add the Low Rider S to its Softail portfolio by launching it in India sometime soon and invited us to ride the motorcycle around Malaga, Spain. And we tried to figure out what separates the regular from the special.Read full review
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The similarities between the two are many. Both cost around Rs 7 lakhs, come with 'all-black' styling, and have liquid cooled twin cylinder engines that masquerade as air cooled units, you know, just to trick you into believing these have old world charm. These are also both low slung, laid back and ideal upgrades for various Royal Enfield owners.
Born out of necessity to keep Americans loyal to the brand, the Harley-Davidson Sportster was a multipurpose superbike of the era. A hill climber, drag racer, land speed racer, ice racer, road racer, flat track racer and an all-around road bike rolled into one, the Sportster's spectrum stretched from racing to touring and everything in between.