Harley-Davidson has bestowed upon us the latest Low Rider S as part of the 2020 model range after it was discontinued from UK ranges last year.
With some versions of the original model appreciating in price such was their limited shelf life, the relaunch of a 2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S gives interested parties a renewed chance to own one when it goes on sale priced at £15,825 on the road.
A sportier, leaner version of the Low Rider S, it comes equipped with the 1868cc Milwaukee-Eight powertrain with 114 engine generating 119Ib torque at 3,000rpmn to give it some real lowdown grunt to haul the otherwise hefty 295kg dry weight.
Though the Low Rider S isn’t a sportsbike by any means, it has been designed to offer a more focused riding performance wits its lower rake (28 degrees) and mono-shock rear suspension.
Available in Vivid Black or Barracuda Silver, the Harley-Davidson Low Rider S retains the Softail frame and traits, notable the familiar shotgun pipes.
Low Rider S Key Specifications
|Engine||1,868 Milwaukee-Eight 114|
|Torque||155Nm at 3,000rpm|
2020 Harley-Davidson Model Year launch
The unveiling of the new Low Rider S was a highlight amongst the manufacturer’s 2020 model range announcement alongside the formal inclusion of its much anticipated (and debated) LiveWire electric motorcycle, both of which are charged with reviving some fortunes for the firm after a tough 2019 embroiled in both tariff wars and an evolving customer base.