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2008 Harley Davidson Road King
Linda is no poser..she is the real deal..she has been riding for many years..she even took her young daughter on a over 5000 mile ride..she tells me about that and her 2008 Road King...very cool...ck it out!!!

2009 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide vs Kawasaki Vulcan - MotoUSA
The 2009 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide takes on the 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan Voyager for bragging rights as the top V-Twin cruiser motorcycle in this comparison review. Read the full comparison test: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/10/4414/motorcycle-article/2009-h-d-electra-g lide-vs-kawasaki-voyager.aspx Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/motousa?sub_confirmation=1 Website: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com

Harley-Davidson 2008 Road King CLassic (FLHRC) RUSH 2-25 SLP ONS
My Harley Davidson Road King Classic 2008 after I put on Rush 2.25 Slip On mufflers.

2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide First Ride - MotoUSA
Harley's Road Glide bagger returns to the 2015 lineup with the Project Rushmore treatment and tweaks to its signature Shark-Nose fairing. Here's impressions from our first ride: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/113/19087/Motorcycle-Article/2015-Harley-Davi dson-Road-Glide-First-Ride.aspx Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motousa Website: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com

FLHR Road King Test Ride
2 weeks with a new Roadie. My cunning plan successfully convinced Harley-Davidson Australia to lend me their Road King press bike - so I could put together an article for Kiwi Rider Magazine. A 'where to ride guide for the motorcyclists among the 400 thousand New Zealanders who visit the South-East Queensland region every year'. So, for two weeks this beauty graced my garage while my KLR 650 was in safely stowed in the shed at my local Harley shop -- Morgan and Wacker. Over the course of my...errr...research I had great rides to the North of our East Brisbane base. To the Sunshine Coast and the great riding in the hinterland and South to the Gold Coast and its scenic hinterland. As well as a ton of day rides around the city of Brisbane and the hills to the west of the urban sprawl. It was great to get re-acquainted with one of my favourite motorcycles. A number of Road Kings have passed my way in the time I've been dribbling on about bikes. I've enjoyed riding them since my first encounter in 2002. One consistent has been that every year the bikes have gotten just that little bit better, more refined -- as you would expect over time. And Harley have had quite a while to get it right. The First Road Kings appeared in 1994 although Harley states the bike's Heritage goes all the way back to the original 1965 Electra Glide. At the heart of the vehicle is the now familiar 103 Cubic Inch Twin Cam engine with integrated oil cooler, it runs push-rod operated valves and self adjusting lifters. The engine is rubber mounted and the six speed gearbox features Harley's Isolated Drive system for smooth power delivery. Compared to how the engine behaves at idle, there is very little vibration at operating speeds. It has a bore and stroke of 98.4mm x 111.1mm and is fed by Sequential Port fuel injection and the real please of the engine is it's maximum torque of 136nm at 3,5900 rpm. It makes for pretty relaxed touring, even with a load. The standard touring inclusions include hard luggage with pretty good carrying capacity, a saddle that is 'all day' good, a big screen, easily removed or replaced depending on the ride, folding footboards for comfort and easy to use electronic cruise control. I really did fine it very east to spend all day in the saddle across all of the types of riding I put the bike through. Freeway cruising is a delight. Sit back in comfort and just roll away the miles. Back roads and twisties are just as pleasant. Cornering clearance is pretty good for a unit with footboards. 76mm of travel is available from the air adjustable rear suspension, so the ride is quite firm, particularly on rough surfaces, but the bike tracks well and holds a line very nicely. The way it torques out of the corners adds to the appeal. One of the most significant improvements has been in the way the bikes brake. The Road King has been fitted with twin 4 pot Brembos up front and a single at the rear. They are genuine 2-finger brakes now. Fitted with ABS in the local market as standard. They pull up pretty well. Pretty well. That's sums up how I went with the latest Road King. Over time it has evolved into a compliant boulevard cruiser, an excellent day rider and it's capable of handling a much longer adventure - If you could do so -- it would happily chug along at 80mph all day. It's great looking, beautifully finished and just made me feel good to be on board. I did over 1000km in the two weeks I had it and loved every minute of it. On to my next cunning plan.

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2015 Harley Davidson Road Glide Review & Overview | Motorcycle Podcast
BOOM!™ BOX VIDEOS: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/harleyboombox FULL BLOG: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/2015harleyroadglide VIDEO & BLOG-In this video I had some time with a 2015 Harley Davidson Road Glide in what Harley is calling "mysterious red sunglo" & it is beautiful! Harley took 2014 off on producing the Road Glide, so I was excited to check this bike out! I shot some awesome video and photographed the bike. There is also the Road Glide Special for 2015, which is essentially the same bike, but comes with some extra goodies. The special comes standard with the upgraded larger 6.5 inch touch screen version of the new "Boom!™ Box" infotainment/GPS system, a security system, and Premium low hand-adjustable rear suspension, which I like much better from experience in riding with both. Here is a free video & information I released on how to properly adjust the low hand adjustable rear suspension. The special also comes with a finished off shiny black painted inner dash instead of the matte black finish on the standard model. Note that the larger 6.5-inch touch-screen Boom!™ Box/GPS system is an option on the standard model. Harley-Davidson touring models first came out with the Boom!™ Box system in 2014 as part of Project Rushmore. Now, although the Boom!™ Box Infotainment System is pretty awesome, it does come with a fairly steep learning curve that has frustrated many Harley owners until now. In fact, most owners of the Boom!™ Box system have no idea about the hidden menus, bugs, issues, necessary software updates, mapping integration, nor the system's full overall capabilities. With my #1 viewed Harley-Davidson Boom!™ Box Infotainment System instructional videos I straighten that learning curve out for motorcyclists/bikers and relieve the stress. These videos have received rave reviews from the motorcycle/biker community and for that I thank you! Check out the #1 Viewed Harley-Davidson Boom!™ Box Instructional Videos Here! http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/harleyboombox The feature that most distinguishes the Road Glide from the other touring models is its fixed frame-mount “shark-nose” fairing and dual front headlights. The handlebars move inside the fairing, which stays put. On other touring models, such as the Street Glide, the handlebars move with the fairing and it is often called the "batwing" fairing. First seen on the 2014 touring models, the Road Glide now sports the upper fairing vent with a manual switch to shut it off in inclemate weather. This vent is to minimize head buffeting by putting a curtain of air (wall) in front of you, forcing the oncoming air up and over your helmet while riding. My 2014 Street Glide special has this fairing vent and I have ridden a ton. My estimation is that it reduces head buffeting by 20-30 percent, so it is well worth it. In addition to the main upper vent are two vents to each side of the headlights, which are “Dual Reflector Daymaker LED” headlights. Harley says these headlights have significantly more spread and greater punch than standard headlights. Harley-Davidson is calling this this new three way air venting system the “triple splitstream vent”. Because the fixed fairing sits way further forward from the rider than on other models, the two additional lower vents are designed to lift the airflow per Harley-Davidson. The dramatic reduction in head buffeting has not only improved rider comfort, but also the listening quality of the Boom!™ Box sound system. A new handlebar bend reduces rider reach by 5.5 inches, which improves long-range comfort. Revised hand controls (just like 2014 models))have improved ergonomics, and a pair of thumb joysticks helps control the Boom!™ Box Infotainment and navigation. The standard comes with air-adjustable twin rear shocks. Here is a free video & information I released on how to adjust these air type shocks. With the Rushmore Project Harley put the new hard injection-molded saddlebags, which are the same convenient easy-open units found on Harley’s other touring models. The 2015 Road Glide standard comes with optional Reflex Linked Brakes with ABS, which I highly recommend for all riders. Of course they are anti-lock brakes, but much more. The integrated system senses too much front or rear brake applied by a rider and evens it out for you automatically, which is critical for emergency braking situations. I have tested this new braking system out intensely in all kinds of weather and road conditions and let me tell you that this bike stops fast and it is very controlled! With all the close calls us motorcyclists/bikers have to deal with, these brakes are well worth it. The iterated brakes don't react in until a bit higher speeds. So, for those of us that perform low speed skills course drills, we won't have to worry about using that back brake and having it activate suddenly! FULL BLOG: http://www.lawabidingbiker.com/2015harleyroadglide

Everything Sonic featuring Dave Grohl
Everything Sonic featuring Dave Grohl A film by Danny Clinch Family man, father, Foo Fighter front man, Dave Grohl is taking time off from the road this summer to focus on a newborn, recording new songs to be included on the forthcoming Foo Fighters Greatest Hits & probably a few other things. Doesn't sound like much of a break and yet he still finds the road in the form of two, or as you'll see, three wheels. Dave recently took an afternoon to talk about his riding history and its influence on his life & music. Check out the above video and the rhythm Dave catches from the sound of his Road King® engine. Visit www.harley-davidson.com for the new looks and sounds of the 2010 Harley-Davidson® motorcycle line-up. And be sure to check out behind the scenes photos taken by Clinch during the filming of Everything Sonic: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=98753&id=20060875764 -------------------------------- We care about you. Always wear an approved helmet, proper eyewear and protective clothing and insist your passenger does too. Know your Harley® motorcycle and read and understand your owners manual from cover to cover.

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New 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited FLHTK - Virtual Delivery
http://www.brucerossmeyer.com Charlie Trader of Bruce Rossmeyer's Daytona Harley-Davidson tells you everything you need to know about your new 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited FLHTK

2010 Harley Davidson Road King Classic - Stage II 103" with SuperTrapp Slip-ons
2010 Harley Davidson Road King Classic - Stage II 103" Big Bore Kit + SuperTrapp Slip-Ons (Fishtails). This is my brand new scoot. The Super Trapp slip-ons aren't too loud, but swapping the seat is my next priority. For more information, see my blog at http://www.roadkingclassic.wordpress.com - if you are also interested in the 2010 FLHRC, please feel free to ask any questions or whatnot. Safe rides!

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