When Harley-Davidson brought back the Low Rider after a few years out of the lineup, we cheered—and we continue to enjoy this motorcycle. The Low Rider is a glimpse into the future for Harley-Davidson, as it has unique ergonomic features we expect to be available on more bikes as time moves on.Not only does the seat have 1.5 inches of adjustment fore and aft, but the handlebars can be adjusted within a 2.4-inch range from front to back. With mid-position footpegs, this is one comfortable Dyna.
Harley-Davidson knows that a comfortable rider is a fast rider, and has given the Low Rider twin disc brakes up front to quickly slow you down when necessary (ABS is optional). To help you attain velocity, the High Output Twin Cam 103 motor has gobs of torque.Read our Harley-Davidson Low Rider Review.Visit our Motorcycle Buyer’s Guide.
2017 Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider
Type: Pushrod V-twin; High-Output Twin Cam 103
Bore x stroke: 3.875 x 4.375 inches
Displacement: 103 cubic inches
Maximum torque: 99.5 ft/lbs @ 3750 rpm
Compression ratio: 9.6:1
Fuel system: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection
Lubrication: Dry sump
Clutch: Web multi-plate
Primary drive: Chain
Final drive: Belt
Frame: Mild tubular steel
Front suspension: Non-adjustable 49mm forks/5.1 inches of travel
Rear suspension: Non-adjustable shocks/3.1 inches of travel
Front tire: 100/90 x 19; Michelin Scorcher 31
Rear tire: 160/70 x 17; Michelin Scorcher 31
Front wheel: 19” x 2.5”; Split 5-spoke cast aluminum
Rear wheel: 17” x 4.5”; Split 5-spoke cast aluminum
Front brake: 300mm floating discs w/ dual piston caliper
This week Teejay chats to Tyler Poppe. Tyler works on the TV show Mayans MC–and yet he doesn’t ride an American V-Twin. Wassup with that?? Also, Arthur finds out from friend Mike Cardillo about his thoughts on the full-size version of the Kawasaki KLX 140R F trail bike.