Harley-Davidson confirms Freewheeler, other models, for Canada


Last month, we told you Harley-Davidson was likely working on a new trike called the Freewheeler. Now they’ve confirmed that bike is coming to Canada, along with another new machine.

According to their press release, Harley-Davidson’s new Freewheeler is in a smaller, easy-handling size – we assume that’s in comparison to its predecessor, the Tri-Glide. You can read the rest of the details of the new trike on their website. It has a $31,619 MSRP in Canada.

Harley-Davidson is also bringing their new Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low to Canada at a $28,439 MSRP. This bike is essentially the same as the Electra Glide Ultra Classic, but the suspension has been revamped to give riders a lower seat height (686 mm, compared to the regular Ultra Classic’s 695 mm).

Other updates to the lineup include a new braking system for the Softtail lineup. The Softtails now have a fixed four-piston front caliper, new master cylinder and new 300 mm disc. The upgrades supposedly improve responsiveness and reduce braking effort by 40 per cent at the lever.


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