The smallest of Harley bikes, H-D Street models are targeted primarily at younger urban riders, and offer a nimble, fun experience. The Street 750 and Street Rod are perfect for customization with their minimalist, blacked-out look.
Going strong since 1957, the H-D Sportster line offers classic sportiness. Featuring a confident, low seating position, Superlow leads off, then comes Iron 883 with a blacked out look, followed by the custom-inspired 1200 Custom. A nod to Harley-Davidson’s storied history, the Forty-Eight is hallmarked by an iconic 2.1-gallon gas tank design that first debuted in 1948, and sports a 49MM fork and fat front wheel. Topping off the line is Roadster, powered by a 1200 CC V-Twin engine.
The Softail Family offers a lighter frame, responsive suspension and the power of the Milwaukee-Eight V-Twin engine for a ride unlike anything you've felt before. Softail models include the Street Bob, Low Rider, Softail Slim, Fat Boy, Deluxe, Heritage Classic, Breakout, Sport Glide, FXDR 114, and the Fat Bob. Each bike has its own unique styling and performance features, so be sure to check them out.
The Touring line is where you’ll find H-D’s iconic highway cruisers. These big bikes incorporate H-D’s beefy Milwaukee Eight V-Twin engines, and are designed to devour the miles in comfort and safety with refinements such as H-D’s responsive suspension and electronically linked brakes. Touring bikes include Harley-Davidson’s Boom! Box Entertainment system, offering music and communications features to make your journeys fly. There’s plenty to choose from in the Touring line with 10 motorcycles on offer: Road King, Street Glide, Road Glide, Road King Special, Electra Glide Ultra Classic, Street Glide Special, Road Glide Special, Road Guide Ultra, Ultra Limited Low and Ultra Limited.
If you’re looking for a touring bike with punched up style, the limited edition CVO series stands out. These bikes incorporate H-D’s most powerful engine, the Milwaukee-Eight 117, and have many other standout features including premium infotainment with a 900 watt sound system and bluetooth communications. The line includes three bikes: CVO Street Glide, CVO Road Glide and the flagship CVO Limited, which even has heated seats.
Harley-Davidson has created a lot of iconic bikes over the years, but perhaps none are more distinctive than H-D Trikes. The entry point Freewheeler is a sporty style bike, while the Tri-Glide Ultra brings the heft, style and dynamics of a more touring oriented ride.
All Harley-Davidson products featured on this website are sold by Overseas Military Sales Corporation - OMSC Ltd.