The first impression of the Street 750
The first impression of the Street 750 is that it’s a compact motorcycle, unlike other Harleys. No, it doesn’t lack attitude or sporty stance, thanks to it’s raked out telescopic forks it is low, long and mean. They’ve taken the best from across the H-D range --- the Night Rod inspired round headlight with a cafe style speed screen, stubby mudguard and the fork gaitersThe grip on the bike is of good quality but falters in terms of visual appeal. rall in terms of design, the Street 750 is a proper attention grabberOne doesn’t feel the weight of the bike while negotiating your way past traffic, as the chassis is very
communicativece you get a hang of its handling dynamics, you can relish the peppy motor and the swift handling, while riding in city traffic. Another surprise the Street 750 had up its sleeve was its ride qualityking responsibilities are taken care of by disc brakes at front and rear. The bite from the front brake is decent whereas the rear brakes feel woodyhis is one area we feel that the Street 750 needs to improve on.
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This is another great year for Harley-Davidson as they raise the bar on their Da