Harley-Davidson Street Bob and Fat Boy Models

NEW for the Harley-Davidson Softail line, the Street Bob model receives a displacement upgrade with the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine in addition to its stripped-down styling and no-nonsense performance for a new model, Street Bob 114.

Also, new for the 2021 Softail models, the legendary Fat Boy 114 model is re-styled with brilliant chrome.

The Harley-Davidson Softail chassis offers the look of a classic hardtail frame but is underpinned by modern suspension for a smooth ride and outstanding handling. A single coilover shock located between the frame and swingarm is out of view below the seat. The chassis design is optimised to reduce weight without sacrificing stiffness.

The rigid-mounted Milwaukee-Eight V-Twin engine further stiffens the entire chassis and contributes to a platform that delivers strong acceleration and responsive handling and braking performance.

The Milwaukee-Eight V-Twin engine design with 45-degree cylinder angle maintains classic Harley-Davidson look-sound-feel. Because it is rigid mounted in the frame, the engine is equipped with dual counter-balancers to cancel primary vibration at idle for improved rider and passenger comfort. Four-valve cylinder heads (two exhaust and two intake valves per head, eight total) promote airflow through the engine and contribute to power output, and dual spark plugs ensure more complete combustion to maximise power and efficiency.

Advanced cylinder head design, dual knock sensors, and precision cooling allow a 10.0:1 compression ratio for strong torque output and acceleration, while a single camshaft helps reduce mechanical noise so a richer exhaust tone can predominate.

NEW Street Bob 114 Model

THE Street Bob 114 model is a tough-looking bike that was intended to be ridden hard. The lightest-weight Softail model equipped with a Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine, the Street Bob 114 motorcycle is a quick-and-nimble ride with power to spare — 9 percent quicker 0-to-60 mph and 13 percent quicker 60-to-80 mph in fifth gear than the previous Street Bob model with Milwaukee-Eight 107 power. 

This bike displays authentic bobber attitude, from its mini-ape handlebar to the chopped rear fender. The digital riser gauge keeps the front end clean and uncluttered, like the speedometer got stripped off and tossed on the work bench.

The price leaves budget room for Screamin’ Eagle performance upgrades and further customisation.

Street Bob 114 Model Features

Milwaukee-Eight 114 Engine: The most power offered from the factory in a Softail chassis: 119 ft. lbs. torque at 3000 rpm. 

2-into-2 offset shotgun exhaust.

Free-flowing Ventilator air cleaner with exposed element and 114 badging.

Stripped-down styling: Chopped fenders, mini ape handlebars, smooth-top 3.5-gallon (13.2 litre) fuel tank, black steel laced wheels, and blacked-out engine with bright chrome push rod tubes.

2-Up Seating: Standard passenger pillion and foot pegs.

Rear monoshock suspension with under-seat on-shock preload adjuster to set ideal pre-load for rider and passenger weight.

Dual bending valve front suspension responds quickly to inputs and keeps the front wheel planted for impressive braking and handling performance.

Technology: Digital instrumentation inset in handlebar riser, USB charging port, keyless ignition, security system.

Signature LED Headlamp: Brilliant LED headlamp features a surround of Signature LED elements.

Exclusive paint scheme features a Harley-Davidson script logo over the secondary colour with the classic “Number One” logo on the fuel tank. Available colours: Vivid Black, Stone Washed White Pearl, Baja Orange, Deadwood Green.

Refreshed Fat Boy 114 Model

WITH its steamroller stance the Fat Boy model remains one of the most physically imposing motorcycles in the Harley-Davidson portfolio. Refreshed styling for 2021 brightens its look as brilliant chrome replaces the satin chrome finish on the powertrain and exhaust, the front end, the rear fender struts and the console.

Fat Boy 114 model features

Milwaukee-Eight 114 Engine: The most power offered from the factory in a Softail chassis: 119 ft. lbs. torque at 3000 rpm. 

Engine Covers: Chrome or polished engine covers and rocker covers.

Exhaust: 2-into-2 staggered chrome mufflers with chrome shields.

Front End: Chrome headlamp nacelle, fork covers and riser highlight the massive front end.

Lakester Wheels: Solid aluminium Lakester wheels (18-inch front and rear) with massive Michelin Scorcher 11 160 mm front and 240 mm rear tyres, the widest tyre set offered on a Harley-Davidson model, give the Fat Boy model its steamroller stance.

Trimmed Fenders: Trimmed front and rear fenders exaggerate tyre size for added presence.

Five-gallon fuel tank is topped with a bullet hole console for added custom detail.

High-Performance Air Cleaner: Ventilator air cleaner with exposed filter element helps increase air flow to the engine.

Signature LED Headlamp features a surround of signature LED elements. Headlamp is mounted in a bold nacelle specific to the Fat Boy model.

Technology: Keyless ignition and security system are standard equipment; USB charging port adds convenience.

Rear Suspension: Remote hydraulic pre-load adjustment of the mono-shock rear suspension is accomplished by simply turning a knob located below the seat, making it easy to dial in the ride and adjust for rider and passenger weight.

Front Suspension: Dual bending valve front suspension responds quickly to inputs and keeps the front wheel planted for impressive braking and handling performance.

Braking: Front and rear disc brakes provide confident stopping power. Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is standard equipment.

Available Colours: Vivid Black, Black Jack Metallic, Deadwood Green, two-tone Gauntlet Gray Metallic/Vivid Black.

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