We take a spin on Harley’s touring-minded Sportster, the 2014 SuperLow 1200T receiving removable saddlebags and windscreen to go along with a more compact rider’s triangle and mini-floorboards.
- A base 2014 SuperLow 1200T in Vivid Black starts at $11,799 while the Birch White/Midnight Pearl scheme (pictured) lists for $12,334.
- The 2014 SuperLow 1200T features a 'Reduced Reach' two-up touring seat that has been narrowed at the front where it meets the tank.
- Ergos on the 2014 1200T are tailored for riders between the height of 5'1" to 5'7" and the bars are at one of the easiest reaches around.
- With the saddlebags removed, the back end of the SuperLow 1200T looks pretty much like a standard Sportster.
- The five-spoke, cast aluminum wheels in black and silver on the SuperLow 1200T are one of its noticeable features.
- The mini-floorboards of the 1200T are comfortable underfoot thanks in part to their rubber isolation.
- For those who like to ride long distances but don't enjoy the heft and size of most tourers have a new option to consider in the touring-outfitted 2014 1200T.
- The locking saddlebags of the 2014 SuperLow 1200T are wrapped in black vinyl and will hold a couple days provisions, no problem.
- The new emulsion shock on the left side of the 1200T has a convenient hand dial for quick and easy preload adjustments.
- Though the SuperLow 1200T has gained about 30 pounds over the standard Sportster, steering is still light and transitioning remains fluid.
- A 14-inch-tall polycarbonate windscreen leads the way on the 2014 Harley SuperLow 1200T, the wind buffer diverting most of the air over the crown of a rider's head.
- The 14-inch windscreen of the 2014 SuperLow 1200T can be adjusted up or down, depending on rider preference, and can be removed altogether if so desired.
- Harley took its popular Sportster platform and added touring essentials in the form of the 2014 SuperLow 1200T.
- Steering is light and a low COG helps the 1200T transition smoothly, but we'd love a little more clearance before we start grinding peg feelers.