2019 HARLEY-DAVIDSON FXDR™ 114®
The brand new 2019 Harley Davidson FXDR 114 delivers on performance and attitude. Exceptionally fast on straights and agile around corners, the FXDR 114 is designed to blow away all of your senses for an unparalleled riding experience.
Milwaukee-eight 114 engine
Powered by a Milwaukee 114 engine, the FXDR 114 offers loads of torque for taking off from stoplights, rolling on the passing power and hitting entrance ramps.
Minimal weight for maximum performance
The FXDR 114 is fitted with a number of alloy and composite components to reduce overall weight. The design includes a new aluminium swingarm and subframe to maximise acceleration, braking, and handling performance.
New air intake
Taking inspiration from the iconic screamin’ Eagle NHRA drag bikes, the FXDR 114 features an exposed, forward-facing filter element on the air intake.
Stretched fuel tank
The fuel tank on the FXDR 114 features a lengthened profile which for a more aggressive and in-your-face look.
An LED daymaker headlamp, LED rear lighting and LED turn signals, digital riser gauge, and a keyless ignition bring this model into the 21st century.
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|Engine Capacity (rounded)||1868cc|
|Engine Details||Milwaukee-Eight® 114|
|Fuel System||Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)|
|Transmission type||6-Speed Cruise Drive®|
|Exhaust type||2-into-1; catalyst in header|
|Lights||High beam, turn signals, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, cruise, ABS, security, low battery voltage, low fuel|
|Tyres description||Michelin® Scorcher® "11"|
|Front Tyre||120/70ZR-19 60W|
|Rear Tyre||240/40R-18 79V|
|Rear Brake type||2-piston floating|
|Fuel Capacity||16.7 l|
|Weight (dry)||289 kg|
|Weight (full fuel & fluids)||303 kg|
|Wheelbase (mm)||1735 mm|
|Length (mm)||2425 mm|
|Seat Height (mm)||720 mm unladen|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||140 mm|
|Riding Position||Sit Down|
|MPN||Does not apply|
3 customer reviews
RXDR test rideBy Fat Tony March 11, 2019
I’d been told Harley had changed and there was a new model in the range. The FXDR 114, why doesn’t they just have simple name like the other models? Anyway ...
I was interested to see how it rode as I had just ride some Italian cruisers as some of my friends have bought them. Having had a Harley, I thought it might be time to return to the brand.
I took it for a test ride and it performed as better than the look suggested, it when around the first corner and the throttle response was like getting a shove in the back. The seat was more comfortable that I thought it would be. If you take off fast, you have to be able to stop fast and the bike was up to it with ABS.
Of course the other comfort as old gets older is easy of getting on and off and with it’s low seat height now worries.
I am going to have to check the colour range to see which one I like most.
A Feast of performance and attitudeBy Dave March 06, 2019
For those who still mourn the passing of V-Rod, Harley-Davidson has not forgotten you. While the Milwaukee purists never really befriended this beast with the ‘heart from Stuttgart’, several models have entered the line-up that reverts to the authentic heritage of Messrs Harley and Davidson.
With the Milwaukee-Eight and all-new Softail chassis lineup announced for 2018, the big 107ci and 114ci engines were put to good use in such models as Fat Boy, Breakout and (drum roll please) FXDR with its 114ci as standard.
Critics descended on the radical-looking machine quickly but soon realised they were looking at a very capable and exciting motorcycle.
“the FXDR is just so much fun” - The Motorcycle Obsession
“it’s one of the sportiest Harleys in the lineup” - Rider Magazine
“It actually takes some commitment to find the limit and grind the pegs” - Cycle World
So, while some of the hardened scribes raised an eyebrow at first, they were quickly coming around to the pure performance appeal of the hulky, drag-inspired Softail. “It looks fast sitting still and looks even faster when it’s blasting around a corner laid over on its side. “
Many said the FXDR was an unfamiliar and unusual bike at first but ended up warming to the ride and handling after an hour or two in the minimalist saddle.
“I grew to like it, so you need to live with this one little bit. In my view, that's the sign of a good bike,” said Greg Leech of Road Rider, who is known for his straight-talking assessments.
But really, you need to make up your own mind about FXDR, and the only way to do that is with a test ride from your Harley-Heaven dealer.
Outstanding bike!By Trevor February 15, 2019
This is my first bike for a long time and I was worried it was too much for me. I tried a few out but kept
coming back to the FXDR. Don;t ask me why, but I seemed to connect with this bike more than the
others. Really liked the Breakout too. Its big and fast and I am enjoying it like a kid at Xmas. Mates all look at me like I am in over my head, but f'em, I'm having a ball. Should say this bike not for everyone and good thing too. Handles better than I remember any Harley ever did and it just has so much grunt you don;t need to go fast to be impressive. And I'm getting used to the tiny dash that put me off a bit at first. Love my FXDR!
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