Harley-Davidson® Street Glide® rentals in Los Angeles

Harley-Davidson® Street Glide®
The Street Glide is known for its excellent handling and sleek lines that come as a result of the low-rise windshield. The hard saddlebags provide good storage space for 1-2 people on shorter journeys. The addition of a small luggage rack behind the passenger seat allows for extra luggage storage on longer rides or tours. Riders over 6’ tall should be aware that the windshield provides little to no wind protection from the neck up, so a full-face helmet is recommended for extended riding at higher speeds.

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Technical Details
DC Powerport Yes
Displacement 107 cubic inches
Engine Air Cooled Twin Cam 96
Fuel Capacity 6.00 gal (22.71 L)
Fuel System Electronic Fuel Injection
Length 94.50 in (240.03 cm)
Luggage Rack Yes
MP3 Port Yes
Navigation System No
Passenger Yes
Backrest Yes
Radio/CD Player Yes
Seat Height 26.10 in (66.29 cm)
Saddlebags 13"H x 21"L x 7"W
Storage No
Transmission 6-speed
Weight 770.00 lbs (349.26 kg)
Wind Shield Yes
Radio/CD Player Yes
Fuel Economy 42.00 mpg (17.86 km/L)
Navigation System Built-In Infotainment System
7 User Reviews (VIEW ALL) ADD REVIEW
Jerrell Howell January 7, 2018 08:57 am

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L A To San Diego & back

Rented a 2014 Goldwing to ride the PCH in May 2017. Weather started out a little chilly the first day, but warmed up nicely after that. I stayed in a Hostel on Hollywood Blvd. and the next morning ride south to San Diego for 1 nite. To save time going down I used the Interstate, which the Goldwing was well suited for except for lane splitting which I had to try a few times, just to say I did it! A little nervy the first couple of times, but was surprised at almost every bike passing me was doing quite well at it. Locals I’m sure! I rode south the next morning to a town which seemed about 90% Hispanic, and very Mexican like. Stopped in the local grocery and picked a number of treats you don’t find, even in Fla. Around 1:00 I decided to head back to L A, using the coastal route. I little tricky following the route through some of these small towns, but a beautiful ride nonetheless! Oceanside was the at the top of the list of coastal towns. Small and quaint, with a charm all it’s own. I stopped at a waterfront Marina/Restaurant, that proved to be a treasure. Had a deliscious bowl of clam chowder and sandwich from a rooftop view of the Ocean and Lighthouse! Following the coast I rode in and out of small towns, until I came up on Santa Monica Pier! Had to stop as it was jam packed and I had to be in the middle of it. Great thing about being on a bike, parking is a cinch. Had a great time and a corn dog there, and left to head back to the Hostel, which was a bargain at $33/nite right in the middle of Hollywood Blvd. After parking the bike, I learned Johnny Depp was there promoting his latest Pirates of the Carribean movie right on H’wood Blvd. practically in front of the Hostel, but I was 30 min. too late! The next day I headed north to the PCH, hoping to make it to Big Sur, only to learn that due to mudslides, the Highway was closed indefinitely. I traveled along the coast to Oxnard, had lunch and rode back for a stop at Malibu Beach. They were having a Guitar Festival, so it was quite crowded, and reduced my chances of a celeb sighting, so after a brief stop there I headed back to H’wood! Next day was spent on Rodeo Dr., and Beverly Hills, where they were having an Art & Wine Fest., so I had to stop and imbibe! After some walking & sipping I rode up to an address I found for Jay Leno in a nearby Canyon of homes. To my surprise I found it, but of course it was well gated, so back to H’wood for a little souvenir shopping on my last night. Transportation to and from Eaglerider was convenient by bus, and Eaglerider reimburses you for cab/Uber fare from the airport to their shop. The rental process was easy & painless, and very professional, and they will hold you luggage at the shop while you ride! Also stopped at San Diego Eaglerider, who were very friendly and professional, and gave me a nice length of rope to secure my luggage. Kudos to both L A & San Diego Eaglerider for a most enjoyable ride! Jerry H.

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John Palmer January 2, 2017 01:32 am

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Nice Bike

I rent the 2015 Sreer Glide from Palm Springs on a regular basis and love it!! Rides have been shower and multiple day trips. Don't forget this is s motorcycle so to expect lots of storage is silly. If you need more storage do as I did and buy luggage made to go on the sissy bar. I regularly camp off this bike and have no issues with storage. If I need more storage I'll just rent something with more storage. As for the ride, I like it, very comfortable for long distances. If you are over 6 ft though you will get some head buffeting because the windshield is only the 4 1/2 inch. Overall I recommend this bike and the service you will get renting it..

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