Harley-Davidson Street 750 bike review

harley davidson street 750 bike
harley davidson street 750 bike

The Street 750 is the most affordable and accessible entry point into Harley-Davidson ownership. But with a new, liquid-cooled engine and European-bound models built in India, Jon Quirk finds out if the Street 750 is still the all-American dream.

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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.


  1. i have the 500 and it does well on our freeways and highways,,i just did a 800 km trip to kamloops from vancouver..and did awesome,and only cost me 40 bucks for gas….

  2. I rented one of these up in NH to ride around the White Mountains (it's where I'm from, but moved out of state years ago) last summer, one day. I liked the engine quite a bit, but wasn't happy with the ergos nor suspension. With a little tweaking, which pretty much everyone will do anyway, I think it would be a fine street bike!

  3. +Autotrader I feel like you're bike vids were not intended for the US market consumption. I like them, but there are things that confuse me a little such as your Yamaha XS700 video, a bike that isnt coming to the states last time I checked?

  4. I'd basically love this if they raised it up to about an 1150 or 1250cc bike. And a little bit bigger, and less flat-looking, tank. Pretty cool, though.

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