Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide® rentals in Rice Lake

Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide®

La Electra Glide est considérée par les bikers comme une icône en matière de confort et de style. Facilement identifiable par son carénage avant et ses larges sièges en cuir, cette machine de 395kg fait partie de l'imposante gamme Touring de Harley-Davidson. C'est d'ailleurs l'une des bécanes les plus vendues depuis les 20 dernières années.

Caractéristiques de pointe

Apparu en 1999, le moteur Twin Cam 1584cc de 96 pieds cube a depuis fait ses preuves. Comme toute Harley-Davidson, la Electra Glide est connue pour sa fiabilité, son style, son confort et sa technologie de pointe. La conduite de cette machine est raffinée, que ce soit au démarrage ou a toute vitesse. L'effet chromé et la peinture qui orne cette moto n'a pas son pareil et garanti de faire tourner les têtes. Pour couronner le tout, elle est équipées d'un amplificateur qui crache 20 watts par canal, de 4 hauts-parleurs et d'un système stéréo CD, K7 et radio qui peuvent tous être réglés par le passager arrière. Comme si ce n'était pas suffisant, la Electra Glide dispose également d'un système d'alarme, d'un accès direct aux conditions météorologiques, de sacoches rigides, d'un coffre, d'une protection moteur, de reposes-pied et d'un sélecteur de vitesse talon/pointe.

Véritable star hollywoodienne

La Electra Glide est probablement la moto qui est le plus souvent apparue sur grand et petit écran. En effet elle joue la comédie dans Police Academy, Les Infiltrés, SOS Fantômes, Dans la Ligne de Mire, Point Break, Mafia Blues, Fous d'Irene, et à la télé dans Deux Flics à Miami, Badge 714, Chips, Twin Peaks et The Sentinel.

Video Of The Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide®

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Engine Torque 111 ft-lb
Displacement 1,746 cc (107 cu in)
Engine Milwaukee-Eight® 107
Fuel Capacity 6.00 gal (22.71 L)
Fuel System Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Length 102.4 in.
Bore x Stroke 3.937 in. x 4.375 in.
Compression Ratio 10.0:1
Infotainment System (2018 model or newer) Boom!™ Box 4.3
Luggage Capacity -Volume 4.7 cu ft
Trail 6.7 in.
Weight As Shipped: 877.00 lb. ; Running Order: 904 lb.
Primary Drive Chain, 34/46 ratio
Fuel Economy 43 mpg
Voice Recognition Languages: Tuner/Media/Navigation (2018 model or newer) English (US/UK), German, Spanish (Mexico/Spain), French (Canada/France), Italian, European Portugese
Bluetooth Phone/Media Supported
USB USB/MTP/iPod/iPhone
Passenger Back Rest Yes
Driver Backrest No
Seat Height, Unladen 29.1 in.
Brakes, Caliper Type 32 mm, 4-piston fixed front and rear
Lights (As Per Country Regulation), Indicator Lamps High beam, running lights, front fender running lights, directional lights, neutral, low oil pressure, neutral, engine diagnostics, turn signals, security system (optional), battery, low fuel warnings, cruise control, ABS, gear indication, miles to empty
Gauges Gauges styled to complement each vehicle. Display features odometer, trip A, trip B, range to empty and gear indicator; and larger tell-tale indicators.
Exhaust Chrome, 2-1-2 dual exhaust with tapered mufflers
Seat Height, Laden 27.4 in.
Ground Clearance 5.3 in.
Oil Capacity (W/Filter) 5.2 qt.
Tires, Front Specification BW 130/80B17 65H
Tires, Rear Specification BW 180/65B16 81H
Cruise Control Option Standard
ABS Option Standard
Bernd Lorenz October 24, 2018 11:39 am

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West Coastin' 2018

I started the tour in Phoenix (October 20th - nice and not too hot) and rode the Electra Glide all the way to San Francisco in 4 days.
Day 1: Las Vegas
Day 2: Los Angeles
Day 3: San Simeon
Day 4: San Francisco
There is a lot of Highway involved and these streets are perfectly made for the Electra Glide. You sit so comfortably that you wouldn't want to get off. I'm a slim, tall guy (6'3 and 170lb).
Handling is not a problem - just the size of my body is a tiny bit too high because the upper part of my helmet was already in the air-stream which made some extra noise but that was the only thing. With a full visor helmet not a problem. I couldn't stay too long behind the windshield due to the awkward body position (scooping forward with my bottom or leaning forward with my upper body). But I was also riding 300 miles per day, so I am allowed to feel something.
The sound is amazing and the throttle very crisp despite the weight of the machine. Driving at night is also not a problem at all due to the wide angled headlights and the high-beam option.
Radio and Navigation work (screen is touch sensitive but can also be controlled by little levers near the blinker).
The cruise control is a very appreciated feature, especially on the highway!
Caution needs to be taken on sharp turns! Once the machine tilts above a certain angle at low speed, it will go down and there's almost no way to get it up by yourself (I managed but with everything I got and a special technique but I also work out my legs on a regular basis). Taking slow turns a little wider and keeping your feet near the ground at very low speeds (below 5 mph) there's really no problem - not even in San Francisco.

To sum it up - the feel you get on the Pacific Coast Highway 1 cannot be described in words - there's pure freedom on that bike!

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Marc Finley March 25, 2016 08:08 pm

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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 !

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