Road King®

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2019 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Road King ® 

STYLE THAT SPEAKS OF DECADES OF LOVE FOR THE OPEN ROAD

The stripped-down nostalgic style was born in the ‘60s, but the power of the Milwaukee-Eight® 107 engin More...e brings it all into the right now, fast.

2019 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Road King ® 


STYLE THAT SPEAKS OF DECADES OF LOVE FOR THE OPEN ROAD


The stripped-down nostalgic style was born in the ‘60s, but the power of the Milwaukee-Eight® 107 engine brings it all into the right now, fast.

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2019 HARLEY-DAVIDSON Road King ® 

STYLE THAT SPEAKS OF DECADES OF LOVE FOR THE OPEN ROAD

The stripped-down nostalgic style was born in the ‘60s, but the power of the Milwaukee-Eight® 107 engine brings it all into the right now, fast.

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BrandHarley-Davidson
ConditionNew
Category/TypeROAD Touring
Model Year2019
Engine Capacity (rounded)1745cc
Engine DetailsMilwaukee-Eight 107® V-Twin
Fuel SystemElectronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Engine Torque150Nm
Transmission type6-Speed Cruise Drive®
Exhaust typeChrome, 2-1-2 dual exhaust with tapered mufflers
Electronic FeaturesHigh beam, running lights, directional light bar, neutral, low oil pressure, engine diagnostics, turn signals, battery, security system, low fuel warning, cruise control, ABS, Gear/RPM display, miles to empty display
Tyres descriptionDunlop® Harley-Davidson Series, bias blackwall front and rear
Front TyreBW 130/80B17 65H
Rear TyreBW 180/65B16 81H
Wheel typeImpeller Cast Aluminum
Brakes32 mm, 4-piston
Rear Brake type32 mm, 4-piston
Fuel Capacity22.7 l
Weight (dry)362
Weight (full fuel & fluids)379
Wheelbase (mm)1625 mm
Length (mm)2450mm
Seat Height (mm)705mm
Ground Clearance (mm)170mm
Riding PositionSit Down
MPNDoes not apply

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  1. King of the Road

    By Keith Austin June 29, 2019

    Don’t drop it. Whatever you do, Keith, don’t for God’s sake drop it.”
    These were the words rolling through my mind as we pulled out into traffic for a three-day road trip through the backblocks of NSW on a bunch of Harley-Davidsons.
    On arrival at the renatl store in Burwood I threw myself on the mercy of owners and let them choose my ride. Normally, I gad about on a BMW R1200 cruiser so they obviously thought I wouldn’t be intimidated by something on the bigger side.
    And that’s how I ended up astride a large and shiny black Road King, pulling out on to Parramatta Road in a bit of a panic.
    That said, the fear of dropping the thing didn’t last long. Within a few kilometres I was marvelling at the laid-back riding position, the sheer power available when needed, and the amazing comfort. I was in the saddle on that first day for about eight hours all up – and could have kept going. It was like riding a doona.
    It looks good, too, turning heads wherever we went.
    To be perfectly honest, I’m a bit of a fraud biker. I get on them, I ride them as fast as is legal (honest, guv) and, on occasion, I fall off them. But ask me something about the inner workings and I’m the first to say I know nothing about the sprockets or the underarm-overhang or the difference between torque and Peter Tork of the Monkees.
    All I know is that riding the Road King was a dream. We had other Harleys with us – there was one little café racer-style sportster thingy that I disliked intensely - but I kept coming back to the Road King like Shane Warne to a packet of fags.
    I’m very loyal to my bikes. In more than 30 years of biking I’ve ridden plenty but only owned two (the Beemer and a Yamaha Virago 750) but if my boat ever comes in there’s a Road King out there with my name on it.

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