The 2020 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler is the company’s lowest tier three-wheeler. The bike is a highway-ready machine that can be piloted around town easily, too. The bike is large, comfortable, and ready tour.
The Freewheeler has the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine. It’s an air-cooled V-twin that has a displacement of 1,868cc. The 114 engine is mated to a six-speed manual transmission and it makes 122 lb-ft of torque.
The Freewheeler is the kind of bike you get if you love the Harley-Davidson brand but can’t handle the weight of the brand’s touring machines. It’s perfect for the rider who has joint pain or some other condition that would otherwise keep them off the bike. That privilege comes with a price tag only slightly higher than the two-wheel machines. The company has a price tag of $27,999 on it.
The motorcycle is available in a few different colors, including Vivid Black, Barracuda Silver Denim, Performance Orange, and Stiletto Red.
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The most displacement in standard H-D® Touring models. You get 114 cubic inches of passing and horizon-chasing power.
Reflex™ Defensive Rider Systems (RDRS)
A new collection of technologies that help give you confidence and control in less-than-ideal situations. The systems utilize advanced chassis control, electronic brake control and powertrain technology to assist you with accelerating and braking in a straight line or while in a turn.
Reflex™ Linked Brembo® Brakes with Standard ABS
Designed to help prevent the wheels from locking under braking to assist the rider in maintaining control when braking in a straight-line. ABS operates independently on front and rear brakes to keep the wheels rolling and help prevent uncontrolled wheel lock in urgent situations.
High Performance Suspension
Premium Harley-Davidson touring suspension technology is calibrated specifically for Trike models, delivering a smooth and responsive ride.
12″ Mini-Ape Hanger Bars
The 12-inch Mini-Ape hanger bars on the Freewheeler® model are the tallest rise you can get from an OE manufacturer. They pull the hand controls back toward the rider, and reduce the force it takes to turn the front wheel for easy riding and easy handling.
Bobtail Rear Fenders
The pair of Harley-Davidson® bobtail rear fenders give the bike classic cruiser lines and styling details.
Chrome Slash Cut Mufflers
The Milwaukee-Eight® 114 engine puts its exhaust note out to the world through these chrome slash down pipes.
Enforcer Cast Aluminum Wheels
There’s an Enforcer front wheel leading the way, and you’ve got two more to match in the back. Up front, the brake rotors have been redesigned to show off more of the premium custom look of the wheels.
A classic style chrome headlight nacelle is tucked tight against the frame and forks for a tighter, smaller look. It also accommodates a clean-looking windshield mounting system.
Unique Trunk System
It’s a one-of-a-kind design that opens left to right (with one hand) and extends the entire length of the body for a clean look. Enough cargo space to easily accommodate two full-face helmets.
Steering Head and Front Forks
The responsiveness is dialed in with a stiff front end and 49mm front forks, plus a steering damper that controls feedback from the road.