Harley Wide Glide v Victory Vegas v Triumph Thunderbird

With competition getting even stiffer for Harley from the new Victory Vegas 8-Ball and the big bore, 1700cc Triumph Thunderbird, is the classic Harley Dyna Wide Glide cruiser still doing enough? To find out we take all three on a road trip to Brighton for Shaw Harley's beach party to meet up with legendary bike builder Roland Sands.

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