Harley says the slipperiness of the wind-tunnel-tested design increases both gas economy and top speed. ... The low-rise touring bars sweep up and back, the grips bending to The five-speed transmission wouldna#39;t permit fitting of the FXBa#39;s ... Controls appear to be sturdy, but could be easier to use. ... As does reaching for the ignition switch and choke, both of which reside on the left side of the engine.
|Title||:||Cycle world on Harley-Davidson, 1983-1987|