The All-New 2019 Harley-Davidson® FXDR™ 114

August 29th, 2018 by

Get ready for a new king of the city streets because the FXDR™ 114 is coming to town! The legendary Softail® family features an amazing array of beefy American cruisers, and Harley has gone and condensed the essence of the entire line into a sleek, powerful bike that leaves nothing behind. Designed from the ground up to eat miles of pavement and blast past envious pedestrians, the FXDR™ will move you in ways you never thought possible. With an aggressive style and killer attitude, riders will wonder if this is the pinnacle of the cruiser experience.

At War Horse Harley-Davidson®, we’re happy to bring our customers a first look at the all-new Harley-Davidson® FXDR™ 114. Keep reading for more information on this great new bike or head into our showroom in Ocala, FL for a closer look!

Performance and Power
A monster lives at the heart of the FXDR™: its Milwaukee-Eight® 114 V-Twin. This large displacement engine pumps out tons of torque and enough power to melt your expectations into slag. Experience on-demand power every time you pull back the throttle, whether you’re blasting off after a stoplight turns green, hitting an entrance ramp and accelerating to freeway speeds, or passing ponderous traffic.

The FXDR™ 114 ushers you into a throne fit for any king of the road, giving you the power you need when you need it. And don’t forget that classic Harley sound! The FXDR™ has a bold 2-1-2 exhaust lets loose the throaty roar of the air-cooled Milwaukee-Eight engine. All that means one thing: superior performance that excites the senses and leaves riders in a state of pure delight.

Easy Riding and Smooth Handling
Harley-Davidson aims to improve on their older designs as much as possible, and the FXDR™ doesn’t break from this tradition. Taking inspiration from Screamin’ Eagle® NHRA drag bikes, the FXDR™ has a new air intake system that’s shaped to increase airflow to the impressive Milwaukee-Eight® 114 engine. This take on the Screamin’ Eagle® Heavy Breather has an exposed, forward-facing filter element that improves air flow and looks good to boot!

The inverted racing-style fork up front uses an innovative single-cartridge to keep the front wheel on the pavement, and that means improved braking and handling wherever you go. The Harley FXDR™ 114 also has a monoshock rear suspension featuring a single coil-over-shock with emulsion technology to give riders an even smoother experience. An optimized angle between the frame and swingarm allows enhanced travel and response time, meaning riders get the smoothest Softail ride yet. This bike’s stellar suspension gives you seamless handling that inspires superior riding confidence.

Sleek, Modern, and Lightweight
A total redesign of the Softail chassis gives the FXDR™ agility beyond the norm. Edge out the competition with a bike that’s been shaped with purpose! Several alloy and composite materials have been used to forge a new chassis that’s lighter and more flexible while still able to handle the powerful output of the Milwaukee-Eight powertrain.

A sleek fuel tank stretches across the top of the FXDR™, giving it the signature profile you expect from the Softail family. The final touches come from a slew of impressive features and modern amenities to make the riding experience as comfortable and safe as possible. LED Daymaker™ headlamp, rear light, and turn signals light up the road and give you and other motorists extra visibility, while a set of modern gauges and controls make the controls easy to read and react to. Digital riser gauges, keyless ignition, and much more are available on the FXDR™ 114!

Live on the edge while pushing the envelope with the all-new 2019 FXDR™ 114 from Harley-Davidson. With powerful performance, smooth handling, and a classic style, you’ll have fun at your fingertips. Hurry into War Horse Harley-Davidson® today in Ocala, FL near Belleview, Summerfield, Silver Springs, Jacksonville, Leesburg, Orlando, and Gainesville for your chance to check out the new Harley-Davidson® 2019 FXDR™ 114!

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