Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 Review First Ride | Visordown Motorcycle Reviews

Harley-Davidson Street Rod 750 Review First Ride | Visordown Motorcycle Reviews

Visordown Motorcycle Reviews: We test the new addition to Harley’s entry-level Street 750 range.

At £6,745 in black and £6,995 in colour, the Street Rod is the only Harley more expensive than the £5,995 Street 750 – I’ve done the math and that makes it Harley Davidson’s second cheapest bike.

Accessibility is a core part of what defines the Street range – while developing it, Harley did a lot of research, visiting 10 countries to speak to a range of riders to find out what people wanted from the Street. The result was the Street 750 – designed as the ideal entry-point to the brand and now followed by the the Street Rod – a meaner looking, more powerful iteration of the Street 750, and a bike that’s intended to give riders a little bit more performance, attitude and a more dynamic experience.

Read the full Harley Davidson Street Rod review here where we include and compare price, engine, power, torque, frame, suspension, wheels, tyres, brakes, style, weight, fuel capacity and performance -: http://www.visordown.com/road-tests-first-rides/first-ride-harley-davidson-street-rod-review


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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. Most people who don't want a harley (including myself) not only have a problem with their bikes but also with the culture surrounding the brand (which is also what made it such a successful brand). I don't think they could launch a bike that would change that. I know I wouldn't buy one, because of their image (pirate suits, accountants dressing like theyre part of a criminal gang, riders not saluting riders of other brands of bikes). I think they will need to drastically rethink how they market their bikes and the types of bikes they produce, because the babyboomers won't be buying their bikes for ever (the fully equipped FLH for example..)

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