Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide®
State of the Art Features
Introduced in 1999, the twin cam 96 cubic inch 1584cc engine is tried and true. The same reliability that's powered Harley's for nearly a century is packaged with leading technology, comfort, and design. The ride offers good maneuverability at low speeds, comfortable high-speed cruising, smooth takeoff, and refined acceleration. The chrome and paint job is second to none and will attract stares and glances from passer-bys as you trek through your journey. Additional state-of-the-art features include a 20-watt-per-channel, four-speaker AM/FM/cassette or CD player stereo system and a rear control for the passenger, a factory alarm, standard hard saddlebags, a trunk, Weather info, full size engine guards, floorboards, and a heel/toe shifter.
The Electra Glide has made more silver screen appearances than perhaps any other bike in history. It's iconic American appearance has been immortalized on camera in Police Academy, The Departed, Ghostbusters, In the Line of Fire, Point Break, Analyze This, and Me Myself and Irene, as well as hit TV shows Miami Vice, Dragnet, CHiPs, Twin Peaks, and The Sentinel.
Video Of The Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide®
|Displacement||103 ci (1,690 cc)|
|Engine||Twin Cam 103™ with integrated oil-cooler|
|Fuel Capacity||6 Gallons|
|Fuel System||Electronic Fuel Injection|
|Miles per Gallon||42 mpg combined|
|Seat Height||27.3 inches|
|Weight||Dry: 882 lbs. (400 kg) Running Order: 911 lbs. (413 kg)|
Sept 2015 4 Days In 5 Redwood Forests
We flew into SFO and used uber to get to Eaglerider. Everything about this experience went very well. Our bikes were ready, check-in was a breeze. We headed north and stayed in Eureka, Crescent City, and Petaluma. The sights were amazing and the smells were redwood enhanced. Every turn was a post card. Certainly worth the money and the time. I used AAA for a discount.
If I was to do it again and change one thing, I'd rent the Indian next time. Epic vacation ! Thank you Eaglerider !
Good for small guys too !
I'm a wee fella, only 5'4" and have hired the EG on three occasions. Don'y be intimidated by the bulk, this thing is a pussycat, just plan your stops in advance, and KNOW where your going to put your feet down. Keep it balanced, and everything will be fine. If it DOES start to tip, try and be in the next county by the time it hits the deck ! :-)