New Harley-Davidson Sport Glide unveiled at EICMA 2017
Words by Shubham Choukse
Expanding its softail line-up, Harley-Davidson has unveiled it’s new factory-custom cruiser – the Sport Glide at the EICMA Show in Milan today. At the heart of the new Sport Glide is the new Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-Twin engine that sits in an all-new lightweight frame and is tuned to produce high amount of torque which should make high speed cruising a breeze on this laid-back cruiser.
Placed in between the Deluxe and the Fat-Boy in Harley’s international softail line-up the new Sport Glide follows Harley’s new design theme and features a round headlamp, a removable fairing, upside down forks at the front, cast-aluminium wheels with sweeping spokes and sleek lockable saddle bags. It is not short on modern electronics either and comes with LED headlamps, ABS, electronic cruise control, keyless ignition, USB charging port and the Harley-Davidson’s smart security system