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Review of the Harley-Davidson Street 750
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Review of the Harley-Davidson Street 750

The Harley-Davidson Street 750 with its liquid cooling engine to match the modern era performance could very well be the ride bike lovers are looking for, especially with its interestingly tempting price tag. The Harley-Davidson team is venturing into uncharted seas in the motorcycle world by featuring the Harley-Davidson Street 750 as a bike that is highly customizable in terms of style and appearance. The Harley-Davidson Street 750 is deceptively agile despite its size, has good maneuvers and is definitely affordable just as promised.

The power transition of the Harley-Davidson Street 750 is smooth and fast. It can generally go through traffic lights and corners with ease making it amazingly agile. With its speed and agility, riding the Harley-Davidson Street 750 can make one a little breathless. Push in the 6th gear and the overdrive mode sets in. Traveling at 80 miles per hour generally gives the feeling of anxiety and excitement that all bike lovers would love to experience.

The Harley-Davidson Street 750 does not come with an ABS which renders it slightly obsolete in comparison to other modern bikes. However, its front Brembo caliper is designed to be effectively capable of bringing the bike to a stop smartly. With such a strong front brake, bikers should be aware that braking too hard will lock the back wheel and subsequently cause it to skid. Perhaps this was created by Harley-Davidson with the purpose of attracting new riders.

The Harley-Davidson Street 750 is functioned by the brand new liquid cooling Revolution X engine. This new engine technology basically steals the limelight away from the Harley-Davidson Street 750 impressive agility and handling. This new engine is nothing like the traditional air-cooled engines by Harley-Davidson. This new engine is quieter and it certainly does not produce a jackhammer oscillating sound at idle. With this new engine, the Harley-Davidson Street 750 needs to be revved to achieve its best performance which is pretty unorthodox for a Harley-Davidson motor.

 

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  1. mollginger
    mollginger
    I checked this bike out at the last bike show I went to. Loved the feel of sitting on it, but had no idea about the breaks. Thanks!
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