Harley-Davidson's FXDR 114 does performance. Its dragstrip-influenced styling only reinforces that point. Based upon the Softail platform and upgraded with an aluminum swingarm, cast-aluminum wheels, and 240mm-wide rear tire, the FXDR utilizes the Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine to strike a balance between performance and comfort. Cornering clearance is higher than the rest of the softail lineup—32.6 degrees on the right and 32.8 degrees on the left, Harley claims. Plus, the FXDR comes with all of The Motor Company's Softail modern technology, including keyless ignition, LED lighting, and digital instrumentation.
We strapped the FXDR 114 to the Cycle World dyno, recording important power measurements. The Harley-Davidson power cruiser produced 78.74 hp at 4,600 rpm and 108.21 pound-feet of torque at 2,010 rpm.