The Harley-Davidson Street 750 is the brand’s highest-selling model, worldwide. At Rs 5.53 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai), it is also the most affordable bike in the portfolio. But that doesn’t mean that it is just a cut-price motorcycle built to a cost. Here is a photo gallery of the Harley-Davidson Street 750 describing what gives the bike its unique identity –
The Street 750 is a part of Harley-Davidson’s new Dark Custom range urban cruisers. It gets a low-slung profile and aggressive riding position.
Except for the rear shocks and the forks, which are finished in chrome, the entire motorcycle gets a matte black theme.
The headlamp cowl, round instrumentation, bellows on the front forks and the seat give the Street 750 a retro look.
The chrome-rimmed console gets an analogue speedometer and a small digital display which shows the odometer and the trip meter.
Powering the Street 750 is a 749cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine, which churns out around 52bhp and 59Nm of torque.
Called Revolution X, this engine in principle is quite similar to the one in the V-Rod. It is mated to a six-speed gearbox with a belt final drive.
This bike has been equipped with a Screamin Eagle slip-on exhaust, which offers a loud sound track along with a small bump in low-end torque.
It rides on telescopic front forks and dual spring rear suspension. The brake setup consists of single discs at the front and rear.
The Street 750 is available in seven paint schemes, of which three are dual-tone. The brand also offers a bunch of optional accessories.