Harley Davidson: A Brief Introduction

Harley Davidson: A Brief Introduction

A 4-inch flywheel was invented by William S. Harley in 1886, and it was the first motorbike to have one. Harley Davidson was founded in 1903, but it didn’t start manufacturing motorcycles until 1916, according to the company. It’s no secret that the government bought a third of Harley-Davidson motorcycles in 1917 when the United States entered World War 1. As soon as the truce expired, a Harley-Davidson was used by the US First Army to invade Germany. As of 1920, the Harley brand had reached 67 nations, making it the largest bicycle brand in the world. Toys, home décor and other accessories are also available from Harley-Davidson. The company even distributes games that are based on its motorcycle brands.

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Harley Davidson Bikes in India

According to a press release from Harley-Davidson in 2009, the company planned on opening a business in India and selling its products through specialised dealerships there. Harley-Davidson has had India on its radar for years, but the company’s intentions to enter the Indian market have been continually pushed back owing to hefty tariffs and pollution rules. To make up for the high taxes and tariffs, Harley-Davidson India was born.

After starting operations in August 2009, Harley-Davidson India opened its first dealership in July of that year.

Harley-Davidson Iron 883

For India, Harley-Davidson offers the Iron 883, a middle-weight cruiser. In the wake of its clean design, the Iron 883’s large tank shows off the brand’s badging, while the exhaust system, as well as the bike’s frame and wheels, are coated in black. You can modify your bike from a store for car accessories.

Harley Davidson Forty-Eight

The Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight is in the centre of Harley-Sportster Davidson’s series in the Indian market. Design-wise, the Forty-Eight has a lot of character and a lot of muscle to it. Harley-Davidson motorcycles come with a characteristic peanut-shaped gasoline tank, a tonne of chrome, nine-spoke alloy wheels, and a round halogen headlight.

Harley Davidson Pan America 1250

Harley-Davidson finally launched the Pan Am 1250 adventure motorcycle in India. Two variants are provided: Base and Special. The more affordable basic model is priced at 16.90,000 rupees, while the Top spec Special is priced at 19.99,000 rupees (both priced in front of the Indian showroom). This motorcycle was unveiled globally in February this year.

Harley Davidson Street Glide Special

As part of Harley-touring Davidson’s lineup, the Street Glide Special is a special model. The 1,868cc Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine delivers 163Nm of torque.


Harley Davidson Road King

1745cc, air-cooled engine powers the Harley Davidson Road King. A 22.7-litre gasoline tank and an are included. Starting at Rs 26.99 Lakh, the Harley Davidson Road King is available.

Harley Davidson Fat Bob 114

Priced at Rs. 16.75 lakh, the Harley Davidson Fat Bob 114 is a high-performance motorbike. It’s available in 3 colours and 1 variation. With an 1868 cc bs6 engine and a 6-speed gearbox, the Harley Davidson Fat Bob 114 comes with a 6-speed transmission. Disc front and rear brakes are included on the Harley Davidson Fat Bob 114, in addition to anti-lock brakes (ABS).

Harley Davidson Heritage Classic

In India, the Harley Davidson Heritage Classic motorbike costs Rs. 21,49,000 .You may choose from a single model in five different colours. The Harley Davidson Heritage Classic is equipped with an 1868 cc bs6 engine with a 6-speed transmission. The Harley Davidson Heritage Classic is equipped with disc brakes on the front and rear, as well as ABS.


Harley Davidson Softail

Priced at Rs. 15.25 lakhs, the Harley Davidson Softail is a luxury motorbike. There is just one version. The Harley Davidson Softail is equipped with a 1746 cc bs6 engine with a 6-speed transmission. The Harley Davidson Softail is equipped with disc brakes on the front and rear.


Harley Davidson Electra Glide Standard

Electra Glide Standard, Harley-Davidson, with a price tag of 24.99 lakh rupees You can choose between a single colour and a single variation. In addition to its 1,745cc Bs4 engine, the Harley Davidson Standard is equipped with six-speed gears. Standard brakes on the Harley-Davidson Electra Glide come in the form of discs on both front and rear axles, coupled with anti-lock braking.


Harley-Davidson motorcycles start at 9.38 lakhs. This includes the Streetfighter 975 and LiveWire as well as Iron 1200 and Custom 1250 models and Sport Glide. Harley-Davidson has a total of 17 motorcycles on the market. It is the Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special, which costs 34.99 lakh. You can also upgrade your bike by getting Harley modification accessories.