The king of the easy-riding chopper style! The Dyna Wide Glide!
The 2016 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide model has been given the High Output Twin Cam 103 engine for the power. It now can come with the new Velocity Red Sunglo color with faded flames.
Some of the highlights include a drag handlebar with a four inch wire that is internally wired, a narrow tilted up fuel tank and forward mounted foot controls. The 2016 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide also comes equipped with chrome “Tommy Gun”exhaust with dual mufflers. The Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide also utilizes the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS), a low-slung split two up seat, sissy bar and a chopped rear fender.
The option of flames on the tank tells you all you need to know about the Wide Glide motorcycle. This is old school motorcycle defiance to the core, from the wide fork straddling a 21” laced wheel to the Tommy Gun exhaust. It continues all the way back to the minimalist black wire sissy bar. Twist the wick and you learn one more thing. Not one ounce of the insubordinate attitude is just there for show.
The motorcycles in the Dyna family trace their roots to the original Harley-Davidson factory customs. Notice the powerful front ends, chromed steel details and tricked-out wheels. There isn’t an ounce of doubt that you’re looking at a rolling sculpture. But there’s something bigger at work here than a mere visual statement.
These are motorcycles sprung from a long riding tradition, with a strong emphasis on the riding. Post-war bobbers. Rebellious 70s choppers. Motorcycles where the theme was riding hard and the only rule was nonconformity. The profile is long and low, built to show off plenty of muscle. The 45° V-Twin engine is the jewel at the center of the design. There is no denying the powerful message sent by such a machine.
It says get in the saddle, fire up Big Twin engine, treat your ears to the most satisfying exhaust note in all of motorized transportation, then go wherever the road out of town takes you.