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2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Photo Gallery
Harley-Davidson's Street Glide was the the first stripped down bagger to be offered by a cruiser manufacturer.
How does the 2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide stack up against its bagger competition? Find out more in our
2011 Bagger Cruiser Shootout
Our test unit was outfitted with the 103 cubic-inch "PowerPak" option which also includes ABS and the H-D Smart Security System.
The ABS option included in the "PowerPak" installed on our Street Glide help it stop quicker than the Kawasaki or Star.
The Street Glide's gunfighter seat was the best in the comparison, allowing for longer stints behind the bars.
The stereo system in the Street Glide was not as high tech as the Kawasaki unit and is in need of a facelift.
The Harley-Davidson Street Glide is an excellent mount for long distance cruising as well as profiling at the local bike night.
A favorite for most of our testing crew, the Street Glide just barely squeaked out a win over the Star Stratoliner Deluxe.
The Street Glide handles well in the corners thanks to its decent clearance when leaned over.
We tested the Street Glide along with the Kawasaki Vulcan Vaquero and Star Stratoliner deluxe in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Even with Harley-Davidson's optional "PowerPak" the Street Glide was the least powerful bike in our 2011 Bagger Cruiser Shootout.
The 2011 Street Glide was the champ in the curves thanks to it's light steering and good cornering clearance.
2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Dyno Chart
2011 Bagger Cruiser Horsepower
2011 Bagger Cruiser Torque
The Street Glide was our pick for the long-haul bagger in this test based on the comfort provided by the seat and handlebar arrangement.
Although not the quickest bike in the 2011 Bagger Cruiser Shootout, the Harley was the bike that three out four testers chose as their pick if they were to buy a bagger.
The Harley-Davidson Street Glide is a great mount to take in all the wonderful scenery in your neck of the woods.
The 2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide's suspension is slightly firmer than the Kawasaki or Star but not harsh.
The 2011 Street Glide won our bagger Cruiser Shootout by just one point.
The 2011 Harley-Davidson Street Glide
Our Street Glide was wrapped in Sedona Orange, a $480 optional color.
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