To start 2015 off with a bang, we're holding a used bike event at our Harley Davidson sites in Wolverhampton and Birmingham. If you purchase a bike before the 31st of January, you'll receive 12 months complimentary servicing* absolutely free. You can find your nearest Stratstone Harley Davison site here.
So in the unlikely event that the fuel plug gets flooded, the clutch or gearbox has a fault, the alternator or immobiliser fails, the piston has fallen out or the battery has flattened, then don't panic. Just take a breath and calm yourself down, sit back and relax as our factory trained technicians will repair your beloved Harley at no cost.
To celebrate, we thought we'd have a look at the top picks of our used Harley Davidsons which could soon be yours by taking advantage of our fantastic offer.
Harley Davidson Sportster
A used Harley Davidson Sportster is the pure motorcycle experience. First introduced in 1957, the Sportster was one of the first HD's to receive rear suspension. It was designed to rival highly popular British sports bikes such as the Triumph Thunderbird, and was made to be ideal on either the motorway or the back roads; the perfect all-round cruiser . Some things never change.
The Sportster comes in several variations, such as the popular 883 Iron. The Iron is as simple as they come, with a highly reliable V-twin 833cc engine and a rugged approach to the open road. Other models, such as the Superlow, are built for touring. A low-slung seating position and comfortable suspension means you can drive the Superlow endlessly.
Harley Davidson Dyna
The Harley Davidson Dyna comes in a range of different models, all sporting powerful big-twin engines. The Dyna really offers the very best, whether that be for cruising in back-to basics models such as the Street Bob, or tearing up the streets with a real retro flair in the Low Rider.
Models such as the Wide Glide offer the best of both worlds. The riding comfort of a modern, cushioned Sportster, but with the looks of a retro chopper. The Wide Glide receives its name from the wide, raked fork which holds the 21" laced wheel, and is definitely one of the best looking cruisers out there.
The Harley Davidson Softail
Harley Davidson Softail
The Softail bike is designed to echo classic Hardtail bikes of the past, without the uncomfortable ride that they were associated with. The Softail gets its name from the extremely smooth ride, thanks in no small part to the hidden shock absorbers in the rear which give the best of both worlds.
The Softail range comes with a number of additions, including saddlebags for optimum storage which are easily detachable. Long journeys are made a breeze thanks to the confident and ergonomic low seat and windshield.