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2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Photo Gallery

See spy photos of Harley-Davidson's Road Glide, which appears reader to return to the 2015 model line with Project Rushmore updates. Read more in the 2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Spy Shots.

The most obvious update on the new Road Glide is its signature fairing, which is frame-mounted as opposed to the fork-mounted units used on the Street Glide.
Another obvious Project Rushmore carryover on this new Road Glide is the new floating brake rotor design, which opens up the contrast cut front wheels.
The new Road Glide sources updated integrated saddlebags, which match those on the 2014 touring models. Those hard bags featured one-touch accessibility and an intuitive latch release system - a definite improvement over the previous bag designs.
The distinctive badging on the air-cleaner cover indicates the engine power this Road Glide is the up-spec High Output version of Harley's Twin Cam 103.
This most prominent departure from the old model’s fairing design is a recessed channel in the centerline above the headlamp.
The redesigned Road Glide appears to showcase many of the Project Rushmore updates that debuted on H-D’s 2014 Touring models.