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2010 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide Photo Gallery
After a year’s absence, the Wide Glide returns to the 2010 Harley-Davidson lineup as one of four new or revised models introduced in the standard 2010 production line.
After a year's hiatus, the Dyna Wide Glide returns to the 2010 Harley-Davidson lineup with new styling cues including a lower profile, a change in pipes and new bars. Check out our
First Ride review
of the popular member of Harley's Dyna family.
The 2010 Dyna Wide Glide looks smokin' hot in its Vivid Black with Flames color combo.
While Dyna models are known as the lightest-handling Harleys, but steering on the 2010 Dyna Wide Glide is heavy and turn-in slow on sharp turns.
The Wide Glide debuted in 1993 and has been a popular staple of the Harley lineup since.
The pulse of the Wide Glide is provided by a 1584cc, air-cooled Twin Cam 96 engine.
The 2010 Wide Glide's blacked-out treatment includes its wheels, engin, primary, batter bos, fender mounts, mirrors, bar clamps and control housings.
Tommy Gun 2-1-2 exhausts replace the dual staggered shorty pipes of old and emit a more docile exhaust note at speed.
New Harley badging on the tank, internal wiring on the bars, and a lack of instruments cluttering up the handlebar keep the front of the '10 Wide Glide tidy.
As much as I wanted to dip the Wide Glide over more in turns, its low profile, long wheelbase, and easily scrapeable hard parts wouldn't allow for sharp cornering.
Ahh, the plush comfort of a padded Harley-Davidson motorcyle seat can't be beat.
Lean, baby lean. As much as I wanted to tip it in, the bike still required a big arc in sharp turns.
A wide-spaced fork gives the Wide Glide its name and looks sharp coming at ya!
The 2010 Dyna Wide Glide has a 49mm fork and bars that sit on a 4-inch riser.
Instrumentation is minimal on the 2010 Wide Glide. Besides its tank-mounted speedo and ignition switch, it's a bare-bones arrangement.
A lowered suspension, lower seat height, new pipes and new bars shift the new Glide into power cruiser territory more so than the chopper-influenced styling of the old bike.
A two-inch lower seat height and new drag-style handlebars give the 2010 Wide Glide a more power-cruiser style profile.
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