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New 2018 Softail Motorcycles

07 August 2018

Brand-New Harley-Davidson Motorcycles: The 2018 Softail Line

New from Harley-Davidson is an exciting lineup of redesigned Softail cruisers fresh for the 2018 model year. You won’t believe the performance upgrades on these bikes, and they’re in stock now.

Harley-Davidson turned back the clock on the Softail by remaking the bike from the pavement up. These bikes have a new chassis, a new engine, new suspension, new style, and even new tire tread. It’s a complete overhaul, and even the most committed Dyna loyalists are already saying what a difference the upgrades have made. Speaking of the Dyna, three former Dyna bikes are now part of the Softail family, including the Low Rider, Fat Bob, and Street Bob. Across the line, these bikes perform at an outstanding level. Try one for yourself! Located in Richmond Hill, ON, we proudly serve Toronto, ON and are offering test rides today.

Fat Boy® 114

The Fat Boy 114 offers a modern twist on the old school cruiser spirit. It’s big and bold and the performance measures up to everything the promised by the design. The Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine gives this bike more power than you’ll know what to do with.

Harley-Davidson® Fat Boy® 114 Motorcycle


Heritage Classic 114

The Heritage Classic 114 carries on the proud tradition of the bagger, which is basically a cruiser that’s outfitted for touring. These bikes are perfect for the nomad rider who wants to take weekend trips without sacrificing style and attitude. Not only do you get the features of a touring bike, you also get looks of a cruiser.

Harley-Davidson® Heritage Classic 114 Motorcycle

 
Deluxe

When you need to roll in style, go for the Deluxe. This beauty has a certain elegance in its two tone paint job, whitewall tires, and double tapered chrome exhaust pipes. But just because it’s buttoned up in the style department doesn’t mean this bike doesn’t have a wild side. Open up the throttle and you’ll see what it can really do.

Harley-Davidson® Deluxe Motorcycle

 

Softail Slim®

There’s no faking performance, and the Softail Slim is as authentic as it gets. The suspension is built around a hidden rear monoshock design paired with Showa linear damping cartridge forks. The engine is the ultra-powerful Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-Twin, and the chassis is a full 35 lbs lighter than previous models.

Harley-Davidson® Softail Slim® Motorcycle

 

Breakout® 114

The Breakout 114 is loud and brash and perfect for making a big first impression. Stretched out and low, the 2018 Breakout is designed like an old school drag bike. But it also offers many modern features, such as the Daymaker Signature LED Headlamp, digital riser gauges, and of course the new Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine, a modern engineering marvel.

 Harley-Davidson® Breakout® 114 Motorcycle


Fat Bob® 114

The Fat Bob 114 storms onto the scene with big, aggressively treaded wheels, a massive upturned double exhaust, and a stretched headlight. This bike pushes modern design forward in a way few other bikes are doing, but it’s also a pleasure to ride. The 114 cubic inches of cylinder displacement in the engine and refined handling give this bike legendary performance.

Harley-Davidson® Fat Bob® 114 Motorcycle

 

Street Bob®

The classic hot rod design of the Street Bob will turn heads wherever you ride. It has the iconic hidden rear suspension that’s special to the Softail but looks more like an old school hardtail bike. Up front, you’ll find rubber front fork boots, chopped fenders, and wire spoke rims. This is one bike you don’t want to mess with!

 Harley-Davidson® Street Bob® Motorcycle


  

Low Rider®

The Low Rider is one of three bikes to be put on the new Softail frame after originally being built on the Dyna chassis. With a stiffer chassis, tuned suspension, a lower center of gravity and slimmer profile, the Low Rider has really benefited from the improved design of its new chassis.

Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® Motorcycle

 

Come take the Street Bob, Breakout 114, or any other of the new Softail motorcycles today!

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