If body art is a reliable indicator, probably no other motorcycle in history enjoys the devoted following of Harley-Davidson. Because like, if you’ve got Harley’s bar-and-shield logo on your shoulder, how could you ever ride a Hyosung? The Motor Company hit a sweet spot 30 years ago when the Evolution V-twin engine debuted, and now the Milwaukee firm launches its first liquid-cooled pushrod Big Twin. The CVO Limited gets a 110ci version, while the Electra Glide Ultra Classic, Ultra Limited and Tri Glide Ultra receive a 103ci version. The broader 2014 Harley-Davidson motorcycle lineup still ranges from the Sportster SuperLow up to factory-customized CVO models. Just about every cruiser style can be found in between, including the muscular Dyna models, the low-slung Softail, the overhead-camshaft V-Rod, and five touring variants. The latest additions are the entry-level Street 500 and 750 machines.