Everything you know about Harley Davidson is changing. In the beginning of 2021, the new management has announced The Hardwire strategic plan that shall dictate the direction for the company until the middle of this decade. Increased profitability, broader custom base and expansion into the new motorcycle classes are expected to ensure the survival of the company’s legacy and long-term profitable growth that takes into account the changing landscape of the industry. In this episode of #AutomotiveTerritory we will show you a comprehensive guide to the new Harley models including the freshest 2022 arrivals.
Other motorcycle-related videos that you may enjoy:
Newest motorbikes representing the bobber class: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGV-mksH0Qc
Upcoming all-electric bike models of 2022: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkqkVrVmNa0
Everything you need to know about models features in this #ATmotorcycles episode:
00:47 Harley-Davidson Sportster S
Since the company is embracing the change, its most iconic model must go through the revolution as well to become the Harley Davidson Sportster S.
01:57 LiveWire ONE
If you want to know how much the Harley Davidson badge is worth, lets check out this electric motorbike that recently sprouted under a standalone EV brand. The Livewire One will get an 8000 dollars discount, but in essence won’t differ much from the original.
03:07 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special Arctic Blast
Harley might be struggling to push their mass market inventory, but selling out 500 more units of extremely overpriced factory-custom bagger won’t be an issue. The iconic bat wing highway shredding Street Glide Special puts on a unique Arctic Blast paint scheme.
04:20 Harley-Davidson Pan America and 1250 Special
Very few experts had faith that Harley Davidson 1250 Pan America won’t be yet another heavy underpowered machine. However, the initial reviews indicate that Americans actually delivered one of the most approachable high displacement adventure tourers.
05:34 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Revival
Harley Davidson Electra Glide Revival reimagines the original 1969 FL Electra Glide, wearing a classic tri-tone paint scheme with re-created 1969 badges.
06:43 Thunderbike Noble & Bold – Customized Harley-Davidson Fat Boy
Unlike many Fat Boy customs, the Noble and Bold build from the German Thunderbike puts special emphasis on the generous use of chrome parts and exclusive wheels.
07:46 Harley Davidson Street Bob 114: harley-davidson.com/us/en/motorcycles/street-bob.html
2020 was quite a shameful year for the Harley Davidson Street Bob moniker, since it was functionally identical to the Softail Standard that should be placed lower in the Harley’s hierarchy. But this year it gets a new 114 Milwaukee-Eight.
08:52 JvB-moto H-D Livewire Silent Alarm: jvb-moto.com/harley-davidson-livewire-the-silent-alarm/
Despite an extensive teasing campaign, Harley’s first ever electric model received little attention from American tuning shops, since fans of genuine V-twins and fire-shooting exhausts may need a little more time to adjust to the EV takeover. As a result, the first company to build a custom LiveWire is the Cologne-based JVB-moto.
09:58 Harley-Davidson CVO Lineup
The 2021 lineup from Harley’s Custom Vehicle Operations consists of 4 models: Limited, Street Glide and Road Glide, as well as the 3-wheeled Tri Glide. All arrive with refreshed paint schemes and graphics, new instrument faces and LED console lights.
11:06 SMCO Harley-Davidson Custom Softail Standard
Building a flat-tracker from a heavy cruiser may seem as an impossible task. However, the two brothers from Suicide Machine Company has found a way to complete it by shaving 160 pounds off the stock Softail.
12:09 Harley Davidson Serial 1 Rush and Mosh: serial1.com
Harley’s Serial 1 sub-brand is bursting into the e-bicycles market by launching not 1, not 2, but 4 e-bike models. All share the same hydroformed aluminum frame underpinnings and come built around a mid-mounted brushless motor from Brose.