BY | November 5, 2013

 

They are simply superb with killing looks and great force. 750cc, 500cc superbikes Street 500, Street 750 launched by Harley Davidson

In India a number of cars are available that are powered by far smaller engines than these and people use them day and night to commute even long distances. But to be true these cars are far cheaper than the super bikes that come fitted with powerful engines. Most bikes seen on roads across India are those that have 100-150 CC engines. Millions and millions of such bikes are sold every month and from 18 year old boys to people in their fifties use them to commute daily and they are really happy.

Tata’s Nano car comes with a 600 CC engine and they have sold a few hundred thousand cars till now. Now there are four wheelers that are set to be launched in the market in India that will be powered by 200 cc engines.

But notwithstanding the fact that most people use 100 cc bikes, but they are really not satisfied with their bikes’ performance.

So if you are one among those who are simply not happy with their bikes’ performance there are some great replacements. But beware these bikes are superbikes and come with 500cc and 750cc engines. And these bikes come with agreat name Harley Davidson. Continuing its monumental ride with superb new bikes, Harley-Davidson has added two more new motorcycles to its famous Dark Custom lineup. The new motorcycles – the Street 750 and Street 500 – are exclusively designed for young urban riders across the world. The new models are the first all-new platform from the Milwaukee bike maker in thirteen years.

The two bikes are more powerful than many of us can simply drive. The Harley-Davidson Street 750 and Street 500 feature all-new liquid-cooled Revolution X power-trains, typical sound and nimble agility that add to the fame of the Harley-Davidson bikes. The new Harley-Davidson bikes are slated to arrive in stores only in 2014. Then, the two models will join Dyna, Softail, Sportster, V-Rod, CVO, Touring, and Trike platforms with the dark custom styles and design. “These are the newest motorcycles to join our Dark Custom lineup, which helped make us the no. 1 selling brand to young adults in the U.S. for the past five years,” says Matt Levatich, Harley-Davidson Motor Co. president and COO of the firm. The new bikes are announced by Harley-Davidson in months after its introduction of 2014 models, the Project Rushmore.

These two bikes come with impeccable features besides great force. As per Matt Levatich, the new Street 750 and Street 500 are built with “thousands of hours of input from young adults in cities around the world” to serve them with the best products. Well, the company boasts that its core driver in making motorcycles is the input from customers. It always helps Harley-Davidson make the right bikes that the youngsters of the time might be carving for. “These new bikes are leaner, yet still have a mean streak,” said Mark-Hans Richer, Harley-Davidson’s senior VP and CMO “They’re designed to handle the abuses of urban environments and provide authentic opportunities to customize.” Hopefully, packing a range of new features, the new bikes can really grab the hearts of Harley-Davidson fans in 2014.

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