Let's find your next bike.
Perhaps something comfortable and economical for riding to work or school? Maybe a loud and sporty weekend machine that looks forward to the summer as much as you do. Could a torquey, burbling cruiser be more your style? Maybe you just want to be taken very, very far away from where you are now.
Showing 42 bikes that are powered by a v-twin engine, were manufactured by Harley-Davidson and have drum braking at the front.
In 1901, childhood friends William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson began working on a small engine for attaching to bicycles. By 1920 Harley-Davidson was the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer. They are known today for large-displacement cruisers ridden by motorcycle gangs and US police forces alike.
1972 Harley-Davidson FL1200 Electra Glide
1972 Harley-Davidson FLH1200 Super Glide
1972 Harley-Davidson XLCH 1000-Sportster
1972 Harley-Davidson XLH1000 Sportster
1971 Harley-Davidson FL1200 Electra Glide
1971 Harley-Davidson FLH1200 Super Glide
1971 Harley-Davidson XLH900 Sportster
1970 Harley-Davidson FL1200 Electra Glide
1970 Harley-Davidson FLH1200 Super Glide
1970 Harley-Davidson XLCH900 Sportster
1970 Harley-Davidson XLH900 Sportster
1969 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra Glide