Harley-Davidson is to crusiers what Ducati is to sportbikes. They have a long and successful history of producing large (over 750 CC) motorcycles with a distinctive design and exhaust note.
With an emphasis on individualism their bikes are largely responsible for the rise of motorcycle customization over the past 50 years.
Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Reviews (By Model)
The Harley-Davidson Dyna family features big twin engines and traditional styling with the exception of the re-introduced "Fat Bob" in 2008 which followed a more agressive form.
The Harley-Davidson Sportster family began back in 1957 and are all powered by 45 degree V-twin engines.
The Harley-Davidson Softail family comprise of big V-twin motorcycles which are synonymous with Harley's image and historical development.
Harley-Davidson V-Rod (VRSC)
The Harley-Davidson V-Rod is Harley’s version of the muscle bike. This bike is for the Harley rider who feels the need for speed.
The Harley-Davidson Touring or "Dresser" family is built aroun big V-twin engine and make up Harleys largest bikes all using large-diameter telescopic forks.
The vintage Harley-Davidsons were built around four different engine configurations.