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2015 Harley Davidson Road Glide Review
When it comes to liking the cut of one’s jib, no motorcycle owns a
profile quite like the Road Glide’s. Not only is the Road Glide unique in
Harley-Davidson’s line-up, but also in the realm of cruiserdom. Others
emulate the fork-mounted, batwing fairing of Street Glides and Ultras, but
the Road Glide’s frame-mounted fairing and its distinctive styling sets
it apart from the crowd.
This striking fairing quality was what made the omission of the Road Glide
from Harley’s 2014 lineup so apparent. In an ends-justify-the-means
scenario, the yearlong vacation was well-deserved because the Road Glide
has returned, endowed with the benefits of Project Rushmore upgrades.
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2015 new Harley-Davidson Road Glide
Harley-Davidson® (NYSE:HOG) has more rush in the tank. Spy photos, gossip
and wild speculation are flooding the Internet as Harley-Davidson fans
around the globe anticipate the return of the Road Glide® motorcycle. The
wait is over and the Road Glide is back.
Weeks before the announcement of its complete 2015 model line-up,
Harley-Davidson is previewing the Road Glide and Road Glide Special, two of
its new 2015 motorcycles. Infused with DNA of the customer-led product
development effort Project RUSHMORE, the two sleek, shark-nose Touring
models are being revealed today during special events at the Sturgis
Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, S.D., and at the National Bikers Roundup (NBR)
in Tulsa, Okla.
“Road Glide has always had an incredibly passionate following, which is
why its return to the model line-up is exciting for our customers and our
company,” said Matt Levatich, President and Chief Operating Officer of
Harley-Davidson Motor Company. “With Project Rushmore technology,
intuitive features and great new styling, we’re delivering an improved
ride for the Road Glide faithful and the many others looking for more cool
Project Rushmore motorcycle options.”
One look at the new contour of the famous Road Glide fairing is all it
takes to see past form and convention were put aside and a new rebellious
design emerged. The Road Glide motorcycle earned its status satisfying the
hard core and now it is back. From the wicked new Dual Reflector
Daymaker™ LED headlights to the combination stop/turn/taillights, the
Road Glide motorcycles set out to make the ultimate statement in custom,
high-mile aggression and back it up with all the function riders demand.
“The Road Glide has always been a bike for a rider who’s cut from a
different cloth, a person who wants to make a statement as they chase the
freedom of the road,” said Michael Goche, Product Planning Manager.
“This new model respects that spirit while offering a significant
improvement in aerodynamic and ergonomic comfort, LED lighting and the full
suite of Project RUSHMORE features that have been such a huge hit with
touring riders around the world.”
Shaped by countless hours of wind tunnel testing, the new frame-mounted
Road Glide motorcycle fairing features a triple splitstream vent that
significantly reduces head buffeting while still providing comfortable
airflow around the rider. The brilliant white beams of the Dual Daymaker
Reflector LED headlamp blasts through the murkiest of nights. Centered in
the inner fairing is the color screen of a Boom! ™ Box 4.3 infotainment
system controlled by twin joysticks located on a new swept-back handlebar
that puts the rider in a commanding, comfortable position. A High Output
Twin Cam 103™ V-Twin engine burbles through two chrome mufflers, its
abundant torque always on tap with just a twist of the throttle. Touring
features include One-Touch hard saddlebags, cruise control, easy-to-read
gauges, adjustable air-ride rear suspension and new ergonomic hand controls
with intuitive design and improved tactile feel.
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2015 Harley-Davidson® Road Glide® Special
Back With A Vengeance
The attitude and mile-devouring ride that made the Road Glide® motorcycle
the choice of many, is back -- now with more power, more function and a
sleek, new menacing look. The 2015 Project RUSHMORE Road Glide® and Road
Key Features May Include:
From the new triple-vented fairing to the touchscreen GPS, the new Road
Glide® motorcycles are loaded with more function and menacing style than
the road’s ever seen.
There's a new handlebar on the Road Glide® motorcycle this year that makes
the riding position more comfortable for a wider range of riders. The hand
grips are now 5 1/2" closer to the rider. It means no long stretch to reach
the bars, allowing you to lay back and rack up the miles.
•NEW FAIRING DESIGN REDUCES HEAD BUFFETING
Over the years, riders of the Road Glide® motorcycle have put in more
miles behind its fairing than you could count with a supercomputer. Its
fatigue-reducing fixed frame design has made the Road Glide® motorcycle
the choice of those who live to ride the big miles. It was good, but now it
gets amazing. We went into the wind tunnel and out on the road to build the
next Road Glide® motorcycle fairing. When you experience what we came back
with, you're simply not going to believe the ride. No fairing in the
history of motorcycling has ever cut through the wind like this one does.
It's got triple splitstream vents that open and close to equalize pressure
in front and behind the windscreen. In head-buffeting tests, it beats every
other motorcycle on the road. Hands down. You've never experienced a ride
like this. And that's what Project RUSHMORE was all about.
•NEW DUAL DAYMAKER™ REFLECTOR LED HEADLAMPS
Here are the stats: 85% more spread and 6% more punch on low beam, 35% more
spread and 45% more punch on high beam. These are the numbers. What they
translate to on the road is not feeling like it's time to park the bike
when the sun goes down.
•6.5-INCH FULL COLOR TOUCH SCREEN DISPLAY
This 6.5-inch full color touch screen puts all your information in front of
you bigger than ever. Modern graphics, colors you can dial in, and auto and
manual dim. Design to sit stylishly inside your fairing, it takes screen
technology to an eye-popping level of Harley-Davidson functionality. This
is more than you expect, but when you’re going all the way, it’s
everything you deserve.
•REFLEX™ LINKED BRAKES WITH ABS
No doubt about it, there are timeswhen you need to haul things down in a
hurry. And you don’t get to pick those times. Or decide whether they
occur when you’re on a flat, smooth, dry, perfect stretch of pavement.
That’s why our touring models feature the Reflex™ Linked Brakes with
ABS. ABS turns a locked up front wheel or a rear wheel skid into a relic
from riding’s history. And the front and rear brakes are electronically
linked to provide exactly the right amount of brake to each tire no matter
what the road condition is. No matter how good you are, this will make you
a better rider.
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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
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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
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
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