While the Heritage Softail Classic has leather saddle bags and a windshield making it a good touring cruiser, it is the Road King where the actual touring lineup starts at Harley Davidson. For 2017, all cruisers from the Road King onwards have received massive updates both in terms of the engine and the chassis and suspension combination. Powered by an all-new ‘Milwaukee-Eight 107 Engine’ displacing at 1,745cc, it is the first air/liquid cooled v-twin from HD that has 4 valves per cylinder and churns out 150 NM of torque. The suspension is also new with a pair dual bending valve forks at the front while the brakes also get an upgrade in the form of Brembo Reflex Linked Brake System.
Harley Davidson Road King

Harley Davidson Road King Bike Key Features

  • Harley Davidson Road King Braking and Safety

    For 2017, the Road King is equipped with the new braking system from Brembo which Harley Davidson calls the Reflex Linked Brake System. Along with the standard ABS, the new braking system delivers a balanced brake force to each wheel when applied ensuring progressive yet strong stopping power.

  • Harley Davidson Road King Mileage

    Road King comes with a generously big 22.7 litres fuel tank and an overall range of near about 350 km can be expected from one full tank.