2014 Harley-Davidson 48 [Forty-Eight] bike review
The Harley-Davidson 48 is a member of Harley's entry-level Sportster range
and has been inspired by the Bobber movement of the late 1950s. Its balloon
tyres, slammed aesthetic and wonderful air-cooled V-twin may celebrate a
brilliant past, but as Jon Quirk discovers, the 48 works pretty well as a
modern day town bike, too.
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Roland Sands Designs Judge One-Piece Contrast-Cut Aluminum Wheels.
Front: 21 x 2.15 (90*90)
Rear:18 x 5.5 (180*55)
12" Burly Narrow Ape + 1" Burly Fork lowering kit (B28-102)
Progressive 412 Shocks 11" Black .
DNA HD Black 5-3/4" Headlight.
Rocker Box Cover - Wrinkle Black.
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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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