The 2020 Harley-Davidson Street 750 is an affordable entry-point to the Harley-Davidson cruiser family, providing commuters and riders on a budget an authentic, if subdued, V-twin experience. Since our first meeting with the model in 2014, the Street 750 has remained a part of Harley’s lineup as the company works to expand its ridership with motorcycles that appeal to newer riders and those navigating the surface streets of urban environments.
We were fortunate enough to swing a leg over a preproduction Street 750 (for the US market) before it’s public debut in 2014, following that ride up with a second pass on the production model when it was released that summer. It marked a major shift for Harley-Davidson at the time, since many of its models were big bore with a big price tag. The bike proved able in urban situations and also proved able to stand up to its primary competition at the time, the Yamaha Star Bolt. It hasn’t changed much since it first came to market in 2014, holding steady for riders who want a relatively simple and understated Harley in their garage.
No model updates for 2020.