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HEAVY DUTY #160

 

In HEAVY DUTY issue 160 we reveal Harley's new 2019 range!
Harley have launched an all new model – the FXDR, which is an upgraded Softail with the fantastic 114 M8 engine. As well there are upgraded touring models – Street Glide, Road Glide, etc – all boasting an upgraded 114 engine and a heavily updated the communication system.
Plus, we have a full run-down on Harley's future models to be released late next year including the all electric LiveWire. The LiveWire has been confirmed for production and will be built in York, Pennsylvania. There is also a range of new V-Twins, double overhead cam liquid-cooled, ranging in size from 500 to 1250cc. As part of that range H-D have introduced their first adventure tourer – a dual purpose bike to challenge the BMW GS and KTM brands. There is a Street Fighter model and an as-yet-unnamed V-Rod style muscle cruiser.
As well we have full coverage of the 115 Anniversary in Prague. And the 2018 Sturgis event – from which Doc has just returned. There is a full report on the Indian Scout Bobber. We have the magnificent Joe Petrali tribute bike the which won the prestigious of Born Free show in LA a few weeks ago. Joe P took a land speed record in 1937 in Bonneville. Plus, we showcase a barn find WL Flat side valve 750 dirt tracker. Doc answers readers questions in Tech Torq. All that plus much, much more. Don't miss it!

In HEAVY DUTY issue 160 we reveal Harley's new 2019 range!

Harley have launched an all new model – the FXDR, which is an upgraded Softail with the fantastic 114 M8 engine. As well there are upgraded touring models – Street Glide, Road Glide, etc – all boasting an upgraded 114 engine and a heavily updated the communication system.

Plus, we have a full run-down on Harley's future models to be released late next year including the all electric LiveWire. The LiveWire has been confirmed for production and will be built in York, Pennsylvania. There is also a range of new V-Twins, double overhead cam liquid-cooled, ranging in size from 500 to 1250cc. As part of that range H-D have introduced their first adventure tourer – a dual purpose bike to challenge the BMW GS and KTM brands. There is a Street Fighter model and an as-yet-unnamed V-Rod style muscle cruiser.

As well we have full coverage of the 115 Anniversary in Prague. And the 2018 Sturgis event – from which Doc has just returned. There is a full report on the Indian Scout Bobber. We have the magnificent Joe Petrali tribute bike the which won the prestigious of Born Free show in LA a few weeks ago. Joe P took a land speed record in 1937 in Bonneville. Plus, we showcase a barn find WL Flat side valve 750 dirt tracker. Doc answers readers questions in Tech Torq. All that plus much, much more. Don't miss it!

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