Harley-Davidson’s Road Glide returns

Special to The Freeman

August 1, 2014

MILWAUKEE — Harley-Davidson Inc. on Friday said it’s bringing the Road Glide back, a touring motorcycle that was taken out of the Milwaukee-based company’s 2014 model-year lineup.

The reintroduced Road Glide has a touch-screen audio and navigation system, and will sell for $23,199 in vivid black, the company said. The motorcycle also has signature dual headlamps, the latest LED lighting, and integrated front and rear anti-lock brakes.

“Welcome to Project Rushmore, second round. We put on more miles, talked to more riders, dreamed bigger and pushed harder,” said Matt Levatich, Harley Davidson’s president and chief operating officer. “The popularity of the 2014 Project Rushmore models has pushed customer and dealer anticipation of these new Road Glide models off the charts. We honestly just couldn’t wait to share these new bikes with our customers.”

The new bikes will begin arriving at dealerships on Aug. 26.