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2014 Harley-Davidson Low Rider First Ride Photo Gallery

Harley brings back the Low Rider to its 2014 lineup, the newest version powered by the Twin Cam 103, updated with dual discs on the front, and a rider's triangle capable of being tailored to a wide variety of riders.

New risers and bars allow for 2.4-inches of adjustability. They ain't too shabby on the eyes, either.
The 2014 Harley Low Rider has a pleasing balance of chrome and black, all topped off with a popping paint job.
A 19-inch cast aluminum wheel shod in Michelin Scorcher rubber leads the charge on the 2014 Low Rider.
The seat of the '14 Low Rider has two options. A small lumbar support pad clips into the slot where the Harley-Davidson tag is and moves riders 1.5 inches forward.
A view of the 2014 Harley-Davidson Low Rider from the left side.
A view of the 2014 Harley-Davidson Low Rider from the right side.
The updated suspension on the 2014 Low Rider is firm but comfortable, allowing for plenty of pleasant miles in its saddle.
Harley threw us a curveball. We couldn't find its ignition switch because they moved it down between the cylinders on the left side of the 2014 Low Rider.
The 20014 Low Rider steers without much effort and tracks true when banked over.
The base 2014 Harley Low Rider sells for $14,199 while the two-tone combination like the Brilliant Silver/Vivid Black combo seen here bumps up MSRP to $14,929.
The new headlight shroud on the 2014 Low Rider allowed Harley to make the bike's bars adjustable simply by loosening four hex bolts.
A 1690cc Twin Cam 103 V-Twin provides a solid punch when you drop the clutch on the 2014 Harley Low Rider.