2017 new Harley-Davidson Road King Classic with 107ci Milwaukee-Eight engine photos & details

2017 new Harley-Davidson Road King Classic with 107ci Milwaukee-Eight engine photos & details
This bike may look retro, but strip it back and you’ll find our most recent touring updates –Milwaukee-Eight engine and Touring suspensions of the Road King- to take you wherever you need to go. All the power and equipment of the Road King® with the vintage style of the 1960s, gives you the best of both worlds with absolutely no compromise.
The Road King® motorcycle represents Custom Touring at its finest and most affordable. While it may look like a boulevard cruiser, the model is fully equipped for long distance touring with all the essentials required for a cross-country adventure.

NEW IN 2017
Milwaukee-Eight™ 107 engine, the most powerful, coolest-running motor we’ve ever built
Rear exhaust pipe and catalytic converters repositioned away from the passenger for less heat and a more comfortable ride
Precision oil-cooling for cooler running and consistent performance
I mproved fuel economy to give you more out of every tank of gas
Front and rear suspension
Front suspension uses Showa® Dual Bending Valve (SDBV™) technology and gives you 117 mm of travel; bigger pistons improve dampening performance over the range of uspension travel
Hand-adjustable emulsion rear shocks provide 15-30% more preload adjustment and adjust with the turn of a single knob, no tools required; new bigger pistons improve damping performance over the range of suspension travel
Paint color options including Custom paint and Hard Candy Custom™ colors
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4 thoughts on “2017 new Harley-Davidson Road King Classic with 107ci Milwaukee-Eight engine photos & details

  • October 27, 2016 at 3:38 am
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    Will stick with my indian

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  • October 27, 2016 at 4:24 am
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    Wonder where the oil cooler is located……I can see it up front, maybe just the poor quality of the video.

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  • October 27, 2016 at 4:34 am
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    360p video quality on today's age and technology? Shameful…especially when presenting such a beauty

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  • October 27, 2016 at 5:24 am
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    I still love my 2005 FLHRCI more.

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