FLHRC Road King Custom

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Make ModelHarley Davidson FLHRS Road King Custom
Year: 2007
Engine: Air cooled, four stroke, V-Twin, ‘Twin Cam 96’
Capacity: 1584
Bore x Stroke: 95.25 x 111.25 mm
Compression Ratio: 9.2:1
Induction: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Ignition / Starting: Single-fire, non-wasted, map-controlled spark ignition
Max Power:
Max Torque: 124.7 Nm 92 ft. lbs @ 3000 rpm
Transmission / Drive: 6 Speed / Belt
Frame: Mild steel, square-section backbone with twin downtubes
Front Suspension: 41.3 mm telescopic, cartridge-style damping
Rear Suspension: Short, air-adjustable shock
Front Brakes: 2x 292mm disc 4 piston caliper
Rear Brakes: Single 292mm disc 4 piston caliper
Front Tire: : MT90B16
Rear Tire: : MU85B16
Dry-Weight: 330 kg
Fuel Capacity: 18 9 Litres
ReviewsMotorcycle-USA / /

In the previous two issues of American Rider, we considered a “convertible” Dyna Super Glide (February issue), and a couple of models in the Softail line (April issue) as all-around motorcycles capable of touring, cruising, and just looking good while sitting still. Each had its benefits and limitations. In fact, every motorcycle has certain built-in limitations. Sport bikes offer high-speed fun and adrenalin rushes, but they torture us on the open highway; touring bikes cuddle us on the long haul, burden us on tight twisting roads. So the question becomes, what’s the best compromise?

For me, it’s a Dyna; I like its lightWeight: , sporting nature. Clement Salvadori prefers the Electra Glide, and Reg Kittrelle owns and loves his Road Glide. For you, maybe it’s a Heritage Softail or a Sportster. But let’s not immediately make up our minds without first considering the minimalist FLH touring model, the 2007 FLHR Road King. It’s not a full-on bagger but has plenty of untapped load-carrying potential; and it is not a sportbike but, being unencumbered by a large fairing, is nimble enough to hustle around in tight environments. Let’s call it the “Town & Country Glide.”

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