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Street Bob 114 Steals The Thunder In Harley-Davidson’s 2021 Model Lineup


The Pan America and Custom 1250 were nowhere to be seen

  • Street Bob 114 gets a bigger engine.
  • Fat Boy 114 receives minor cosmetic updates and a new LED headlight.
  • Some models, including the Street 750, have been shelved.

Harley-Davidson has seen some rough times in recent years. The declining sales and waning popularity of the brand led to a change in leadership and scrapping of its 'More Roads To Harley-Davidson’ expansion strategy. Now, under the new ‘Rewire’ plan, the American cruiser giant has revealed its 2021 lineup, with the new Street Bob 114 taking centre stage.

The Street Bob 114, as the name suggests, gets a bigger engine now. Replacing the Milwaukee 107 (1753cc) motor is the Milwaukee 114 (1868cc) powerhouse that belts out 161Nm, a boost of 18Nm over the earlier engine.

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For 2021, Harley’s lightest Softail model also gets a pillion seat and footpegs as standard fitment. The bike retains its stripped-down styling with chopped fenders, mini-ape handlebars, and a small 13.5-litre tank. Oh, and if low slung cruisers are your thing, you can check out the review of the India-made Jawa Perak.

Harley also rolled out the updated Fat Boy 114. The changes are, however, purely cosmetic, with the subtle satin chrome finish on the exhaust and engine swapped for a bright chrome treatment. Another change to the Terminator’s favourite toy is the new LED headlight with LED DRL.

Fat boy 114


 
While the Street Bob 114 and Fat Boy have been updated for 2021, Harley-Davidson has axed the Low Rider, Deluxe, and FXDR from the Softail range. But the Low Rider S stays, and here’s how this softail fares.

The brand’s Custom Vehicles Operations division now offers some upgrades for the big bore baggers. The lineup includes the CVO Limited, Street Glide, Road Glide, and the Tri Glide. The 2021 updates include new paint options and an audio upgrade in the form of Rockford Fosgate equipment. The bikes also feature a low-slung engine guard and updated LED illumination. Of course, these big ballers get the brand’s electronic suite that includes cornering ABS, hill assist control, traction control, and tyre pressure monitoring system.

CVO Road Glide



Thanks to the recent fiasco in India, the brand’s Street lineup has seen some changes, with the Street 750 and Street Rod 750 having been shelved. As for the India debut of the new models, we can expect to see the Street Bob in the upcoming months. Also on cards for India are the new Custom 1250 and Pan America, which will be unveiled on February 22.

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