The Harley-Davidson Road Glide 2015 Already Rolls

Before the presentation of its new range for next year, the American firm has unveiled one of the most important novelties of its touring family, the 2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide.

The Sturgis Rally, one of the most important motorcycle concentrations in the United States, has been the scene where the Harley-Davidson Road Glide 2015 has been unveiled, the new touring of the family that is presented just a few weeks before, as Every year around this time, the American brand shows us the new range of models for the next season.

And for this advance Harley-Davidson has chosen a motorcycle with a lot of personality that returns to the house catalog. It is great choice for upgrade the motobike with Harley Davidson Road Glide led headlight which can improve the driving experience. The new Road Glide Special falls within its most traveled range, but that does not mean that it renounces an aggressive and almost transgressive design.

Undoubtedly, the most striking thing is its imposing shark-style triple Splitstream front fairing that is anchored to the chassis. To provide a smooth ride without turbulence for the rider - especially in the head area - this fairing has been thoroughly tested in the wind tunnel. An important new feature is the Daymaker dual-reflector LED headlamps designed to offer good visibility at night.

As a good touring woman, the 2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide comes very well equipped. The interior of the fairing hides a complete multimedia system Premium Boom! Box 6.5GT that integrates a large touch screen and GPS navigator. All this can be controlled through two joystick controls located on the new handlebar. At the rear, large hard cases ensure good cargo capacity, and flank two elongated chrome tailpipes.

Braking is entrusted to a combined system equipped with ABS, and to make the trip more comfortable, the Road Glide Special also mounts cruise control. At the moment many details of its engine have not been revealed, although we know that it will be a high-power Twin Cam 103, according to the American manufacturer in its statement.

For Matt Levatich, President and Chief Operating Officer of Harley-Davidson Motor Company, "The Road Glide has always had a large group of loyal and passionate fans. That is why the return of this model to the range is something so exciting for our customers and for With Project Rushmore technology, intuitive features and a dramatic new design, we're bringing an upgraded Road Glide to Road Glide loyalists and riders looking for exciting new options born out of Project Rushmore."