2014 Harley-Davidson Street 750
At the core of the Harley-Davidson Street 750 is an all-new liquid-cooled Revolution X engine, a 60-degree V-Twin with chain-driven single overhead cams and four-valves per cylinder. A six-speed transmission and 2-into-1 upswept exhaust completes the drivetrain, while a narrow frame, low seat height, 17-inch front tire and mid controls should equate to a quick handling motorcycle that’s easy to ride. A blacked-out engine and covers, pullback handlebars, fork gators and lowers, and jet black exhaust give it a mean disposition.
|Engine Type||V-twin Revolution X|
|Front Suspension||Specially Tuned Suspension|
|Rear Suspension||Specially Tuned Suspension|
|Front Brake||Single Caliper Disc|
|Rear Brake||Single Caliper Disc|
|Dry Weight||480 lbs. (Wet)|
Harley-Davidson has recalled its 2015 Street 500 and Street 750 motorcycles owing to a potential defect with the fuel pump.
Ray Price Harley-Davidson recently revealed the “Street Bully,” a customized Street 750, as its entry for Harley's “Battle of the Custom Kings” contest.