Harley-Davidson® Heritage Softail® Classic rentals in Los Angeles

Harley-Davidson® Heritage Softail® Classic
The Heritage Softail® Classic is styled to recall the past. The fat front fork is reminiscent of a 1949 Harley-Davidson® Hydra Glide. The old-fashioned looking, studded-leather saddlebags, chrome-studded seat add to its classic look, as does the full windshield, floorboards, large chrome headlamp with twin passing lamps and Fat Bob fuel tank. Sixteen-inch laced wheels feature a new chromed-aluminum hub and a machined-aluminum rear hub. The Heritage Softail is American iron at its finest; the perfect blend of chrome, leather and steel. This bike has a wide, comfortable seat for riders; and one of the most comfortable seat and backrest combinations for passengers. The riding position is a bit more reclined that other touring models, and the handlebar height provides riders with a sensation of riding a classic American chopper, while still allowing for a comfortable and safe ride. The 25.5" seat height makes it an attractive bike for riders with shorter legs who still want the comfort and handling of a touring model.
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Technical Details
DC Powerport No
Displacement 96.00 in (243.84 cm)
Engine Air Cooled Twin Cam 96
Fuel Capacity 5.00 gal (18.92 L)
Fuel System Electronic Fuel Injection
Length 94.50 in (240.03 cm)
Luggage Rack No
MP3 Port No
Navigation System No
Passenger Yes
Backrest Yes
Radio/CD Player No
Seat Height 25.50 in (64.77 cm)
Saddlebags 13"H X 21"L X 7"W
Topcase Storage No
Transmission 6-speed
Weather Channel No
Weight 750.00 lbs (340.19 kg)
Wind Shield Yes
Bore x Stroke 3.90 x 4.40 inches (98.40 x 111.30 mm)
Clutch Multi-plate, wet
Exhaust Chrome, staggered shorty exhaust with dual mufflers
Wheel base 64.50 in (163.83 cm)
Ground Clearance 5.10 in (12.95 cm)
Brakes (Front) Single disc. 4-piston caliper. Optional ABS.
Brakes (Rear) Single disc. 2-piston caliper. Optional ABS.
Tires (Front) MT90-B16
Tires (Rear) 150/80-B16
Fuel Economy 42.00 mpg (17.86 km/L)
4 User Reviews (VIEW ALL) ADD REVIEW
Douglas Wilson February 5, 2018 06:24 am

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Not a fan

I'm not a fan of the Harley. I rented the Indian Chieftain from this location and much preferred that. The Harley scrapes the pegs even on very modest corners. The ride wasn't very smooth and the ergonomics actually made my back hurt more than a sport bike. My wrists were actually going numb because of the angle of the handle bars.

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Carlos Sandoval April 25, 2017 07:33 pm

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Good site

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