Motorcycle Types Cruiser 2014 Harley-Davidson SuperLow 1200T Photo Gallery / Wallpaper

2014 Harley-Davidson SuperLow 1200T Photo Gallery / Wallpaper

2014 Harley-Davidson SuperLow 1200T Photos/Wallpaper/Images/Pics

Ahead of Daytona Bike Week, Harley-Davidson unveiled two new motorcycles – the 2014 Low Rider and the machine shown above, the SuperLow 1200T.

The Harley SuperLow 1200T attacks a particular demographic – the entry-level tourer. To achieve this, Harley took its number-one entry-level motorcycle, the Sportster, and added a host of touring amenities, including mini floorboards, a windshield and hard saddlebags – the latter two featuring Harley’s quick-detachable system.

The SuperLow 1200T is built on the SuperLow 883’s easy-to-handle chassis, but features the Evolution 1200 V-Twin engine that produces 70.8 ft/lbs of torque. The 1200T features a 26.1-inch seat height, and the ergonomics are designed to cater to riders 5’1” to 5’7”, allowing for easier reach to the ground, handlebar and foot controls.

Harley didn’t skimp on suspension; the 1200T features a 39mm Showa front fork, and rear shock absorbers that offer easy pre-load adjustments so riders can accommodate both the weight of a passenger and luggage.

Stopping the SuperLow 1200T is a 300mm single disc up front, and a 260mm single rear disc out back. ABS is also available for $795 over the starting price of $11,799.

Attached above is a photo gallery of the 1200T, the pics taken during the bike’s launch at Daytona. For a review, visit 2014 Harley-Davidson SuperLow 1200T Review.

Photography by Riles & Nelson

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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