|Color:||BLACK W/ PINSTRIPE|
The Low Rider seems to embody the essence of H-D design with details borrowed from the custom culture added liberally thereunto. An asymmetrical wheel layout accentuates the lowness of the slammed rear end with a 19-inch wheel up front and a 17-inch in back, and blackout springs visually diminish the already short rear shocks to add an optical effect to the mix.
A sparse front fender looks much like an old “bobber” fender, which is to say chopped down to a minimum, and it adds little unsprung weight to the front wheel while exposing same. The upper lines flow from the headlamp brow, back across the fat fuel tank complete with instrument cluster in a Wrinkle Black console to the full-scoop saddle.
On the “regular” Low Riders, the seat comes with a tapered, mustang-esque pillion, but the new-in-2016 Low Rider S sports a solo saddle. The “S” rear fender displays a bobber-style chop that thankfully stops short of looking like the desperately unpopular “boat tail” fender from years past, and the non-S model gets a fuller rear fender.
Mid-mount controls place the rider in a relaxed, cruiser position, and the pullback handlebars come on an adjustable riser with a 2.4-inch range. Whether you have long, ape arms or little, T-Rex arms, you should be able to find a position that suits you without going out of pocket for a whole new set of bars.
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