2002 VRSCA V-Rod
The 2002 VRSCA V-Road introduced drag racing to motorcycling. This model is reminiscent of Harley’s drag racing past, from the design to the 115hp at an output of 8,250rpm, generating so much power that the rear wheel could be spin exactly like in a sport bike. It came with a top speed of 140mph, which is quite impressive for a 2002 motorcycle.
2009 FLHT Electra Glide Standard
This is a stripped down tourer that does not include many of the components that are associated with motorcycles, for instance power sound systems, fun paint colors, and tons of chrome. However, it came with a V twin engine, reliable performance, air adjustable suspension, and a six-speed cruise drive transmission. This is one of the most stable bikes out there.