The Low Rider was inspired by the tradition of individualism that came roaring to life in the custom chopper era. The rake on its front end, dual gauges on the tank and 70s-inspired graphics leave no doubt about that. Only it's built for rolling faster, harder and longer than any Low Rider motorcycle that ever rolled out of the factory. It's also lighter with the massive, refined power of the Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine; lean angles; and a suspension that let you carve corners in ways they never imagined back in the day. There's also just enough modern flash to show the world it belongs to this generation, like cast wheels and LED forward lighting. Take it in your own direction.
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