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2015 Harley Street 750 Second Ride Review Photo Gallery

After hitching a leg over a pre-production model, Motorcycle USA gets a chance to ride the first 2015 Harley Street 750 models to come out of Kansas City around Austin, Texas, and the hill country.

On the freeway, the small café-style windscreen of the Street 750 provides a little buffer from the wind, but at six-feet-tall I sit fairly high in the saddle and was subjected to a degree of head-buffeting at higher speeds.
The 4.3-gallon 'teardrop' gas tank of the 2015 Harley Street 750 is low and wide.
The Revolution X V-Twin of the Street 750 has a chain-driven SOHC, is hard-mounted and counterbalanced, and its engine and transmission are one unit.
Harley says its Street 750 is built for urban environments, and on the streets of Austin, Texas, its light-action controls and easy handling lived up to its billing.
The 2015 Harley Street 750 sells for $7499 in Vivid Black and bumps up to $7794 for Solid colors.
At six-foot-tall with a 36-inch inseam, the rider's triangle of the Harley Street 750 puts my knees above the tank and left me feeling a little cramped.
The rear fender of the Street 750 is steel but the plastic piece used to house the taillight, turn signals and license plate is not up to usual Harley standards.
The 2015 Street 750 sports a lean, mean profile from the front.
The 2015 Harley Street 750 is the first clean-sheet project since the V-Rod.
Harley brought out a trio of customized Harley Street 750s to the Austin X-Games to demonstrate its customizing potential. This version with the piggyback shocks and wave-rotors was our personal favorite.
This version of the Harley Street 750, with its carbon fiber bits, forward-facing intake and burly pipes, looks ready to rip.
Harley's in-house styling department was responsible for this custom version of the Street 750 too. The bike's definitely got potential.
The Street 750 produced a respectable 52.89 horsepower at 7900 rpm and 39.36 lb-ft of torque at 6400 rpm on our in-house dyno.
The 2015 Street 750 is quick between lights, agile enough to skirt traffic, and turns in with little effort.
The 2015 Harley Street 750 looks sharp right off the showroom floor, but Harley already has over 100 parts and accessories ready to make it reflect your personality even more.
Quick throttle response and precise fueling allow riders to have a little fun when they open the Street 750 up.
After rumbling through the city, we hit the rolling roads outside of Austin to get a good feel for its handling.