For those who prefer to ride alone the solo-saddled 2020 Harley-Davidson Street Bob is a $14,599 option. The forward controls and “fists in the wind” mini ape bars allow a relaxed riding position, while the Milwaukee-Eight V-twin engine rumbles beneath. Modern touches include a hidden digital instrumentation unit, keyless ignition, USB charging port, and LED headlight. Like the Softail Standard, this chopped fender, spoked-wheel cruiser can be an opportunity for customization.
We strapped the 2018 Street Bob to our in-house dyno, finding that the Milwaukee-Eight engine pumped out 73.9 hp at 4,950 rpm and 104.8 pound-feet of torque at 2,570 rpm. Comparable models would be the Triumph Bonneville Bobber and Indian Scout.
No major changes since the engine swap to the Milwaukee-Eight, frame update, and tank size reduction seen in 2018.