For those who like to keep it classic, the 2020 Harley-Davidson Low Rider is a cruiser that gives a nod to ’70s Americana with dual tank-mounted gauges, old-school-inspired graphics, and chrome exhausts. The shine doesn’t stop at the 2-into-2 shotgun exhausts either; chrome adorns the Milwaukee-Eight 107 powerplant and headlight visor as well. The 19-inch cast-aluminum front wheel and 16-inch cast aluminum rear complete the look. While the vintage inspiration is apparent, modern components like LED headlights update the bike and maintain a modern feel also.
The Low Rider is priced at $14,899 compared to the beefed-up and reinvented 2020 Low Rider S for $17,999. Equipped with the Milwaukee-Eight 107, the 2018 Low Rider ran on the in-house dyno to produce 76.48 hp at 4,930 rpm and 105.75 pound-feet of torque at 2,500 rpm, and while there haven’t been any major revisions to the Low Rider’s engine since our last dyno test, we are looking to gather 2020 numbers soon.
Competition for the Harley-Davidson Low Rider comes in the form of the Triumph Bonneville Bobber and Indian FTR 1200.
No notable changes were made to the Harley-Davidson Low Rider for the 2020 model year.