New Street Glide, Road Glide From Harley-Davidson

Road Glide
2024 Harley-Davidson Road Glide. PHOTO CREDIT: Harley-Davidson

Along with the updated Pan America CVO announced last week, Harley-Davidson also showed its new Street Glide and Road Glide, with more power and updated bodywork.

2024 Harley-Davidson Street Glide. PHOTO CREDIT: Harley-Davidson

These baggers now both come with the Milwaukee Eight 117 engine; previously, the Street Glide Special and Road Glide Special (both those up-spec’d models are discontinued for 2023) had the Milwaukee Eight 114 engine, and the standard models had the Milwaukee Eight 107 engine.

Now, the Road Glide and Street Glide have the new liquid-cooled V-twin with 105 hp at 4,600 rpm  (a 10 hp improvement over the 114 model, 19 hp improvement over the 107) and 130 lb-ft. at 3,250 rpm (an 8 lb-ft improvement over the 114, 21 lb-ft improvement over the 107). Road, Rain, Sport and customizable riding modes come standard, as well as electro-safety systems such as leaning-sensitive traction control (and ABS, of course—not an engine management system, but tied to the same IMU sensor).

Along with those very respectable gains in the muscle department, the Street Glide and Road Glide both get new fairings, the same bodywork that H-D first debuted on the 2023 CVO models. The Street Glide has a batwing fairing, and the Road Glide gets the shark-nosed frame-mounted fairing design that previous models showed, but with updated LED headlights and turn signals. As you’d expect in the bagger world, these fairings come with speakers built in, tied to a 200W amplifier and managed by a new 12.3-inch TFT screen which uses Harley-Davidson’s Skyline infotainment system.

Both bikes have telescopic fork as standard, with 4.6 inches of travel. The dual rear shocks have 3 inches of travel, and are preload-adjustable (the fork is non-adjustable). Pricing for these bikes is $31,999 MSRP in gray paint; going for flashy paint adds more money.

Both bikes also come in a CVO model for 2024. See for full deets.


  1. Saw both at the Edmonton Motorcycle show. “New”, “lighter”, only 800lbs.
    Found the Sharkmouth fairing to be particularly unappetizing.

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