2016 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob – Test Ride Review

2016 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob - Test Ride Review

POV Test ride and review of the 2016 Harley Davidson Dyna Street Bob FXDB motorcycle. I ride the bike through the city and give my thoughts and impressions on how it performs. I am not paid by any of these companies so reviews are 100% unbiased and honest.

Weight: 670lbs in working order
Power: 98ft-lb of torque @ 3000rpm
Displacement: Air Cooled, Twin Cam 103cu in
Fuel Capacity: 4.7 gallons

Filmed with the GoPro Hero 3+ Black in 1080p 30fps Superview

Harley – Dyna – FXDB – Cruiser – Street Bike – 2015 – 2016

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About Craig Ballantyne 9995 Articles
I love anything to do with Harley Davidson and have two beautiful children and a beautiful partner. In my spare time i like building websites and love anything to do with the internet.

20 Comments

  1. Hey man, thanks for posting this video! I test rode a new Street Bob and a new Forty Eight the other day as both are appealing to me. I haven't been a long-distance highway rider in the past…mostly just around town on my '79 Honda CB650 that was modified into a brat-style bike. I love the sporty feel of my bike, but it's small and could use more power at higher speeds as well as stability to combat wind since it's a smaller, lighter bike.

    I"m just curious which of those two did you actually get more joy out of riding? It sounds like you enjoyed the torque of the Street Bob, but aside from that which would you choose? The rides that I went on were too short for me to really get a feel for the bikes and it was my first time on a HD, so the experience was very alien to me from the vibrations, haha!

    Thanks in advance!

  2. I'm looking for my first harley but I'm around 6'1" with long ass legs. I want a harley that I can fit comfortably. anyone have any suggestions?

  3. Thinking this or the Victory Octane, would this be a good beginner bike? I have road my dads Road King I haven't moved the acceleration yet he taught me by just releasing the clutch. The turning was a little difficult since it was my 1st time but I loved every minute of it lol. I'm stuck here any advice would be great! Awesome review btw:)

  4. Did you buy this bike? I bought this for my first bike and still trying to learn how to ride. Dropped it twice. I love the look of this bike but now starting to wonder if it's just too big for me.

  5. No key needed to start the engine? If you were parked in a lot and somebody who knew how to ride stole it, they could get away!

  6. well weekend bikers need to leave this bike alone. I use mine as primary
    ride and back and forth to work. 1690 cc and 98 torque. love how
    everyone goes to harley and takes it for a 4-7 mile ride and gives
    review. had mine 1 year now. great bike. only have 4300 miles on it
    because got where I could not ride it for 2 months. but going to do an
    owners review of this bike.

  7. Quick question about the starter switch. So it doesn't have a key or something? Like if you park that in the Walmart parking lot, what prevents somebody walking and turning it on, and of course possibly stealing it? If there's nothing preventing that, not sure I would to leave that unattended. Not the best idea if you ask me. Just wondering about that.

  8. yooo i was ceckin that bike out today actually.. i have a sportster and wanna get those handlebars but i wanna look online so i can get the best price. anyone know like exactly what they are??? 8inch apes or mini apes or whattt??!

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