2013 Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide Review

Relive the 1970's with the nostalgic 'flame' design on the Harley-Davidson Wide Glide motorcycle fuel tank. The custom look applied by The Motor Company is guaranteed to get all of the stares from envious cagers who spot you blazing down the streets. The 2013 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide with lines are clean as the distant horizon and the fender is cut short with a side-mounted license plate bracket for an old school look. Fastened to the fender are retro-style, bullet stop-turn-tail lights that combine to work twice as hard for you stop beams and running lights plus turn indicators in two low-profile rear lamps.

2013 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide
Harley Davidson Wide Glide
2013 Harley Davidson Wide Glide

This is what makes a Wide Glide a Wide Glide beefy triple clamps and raked out forks for a long, wide style. The shear amount of steel up front gives this Harley-Davidson motorcycle a defining look, one you can see coming for miles. Just as fat and aggressive-looking as the first Wide Glide model built by Chief Styling Officer Willie G. Davidson back in 1980. The Harley-Davidson Wide Glide motorcycle features an internally wired 1 1/4" bar with tall risers. This beefy custom handlebar is truly reminiscent of a classic, old school raked-out chopper. And with the wires buried in the steel, you get a clean, minimal look with nothing standing in your way.


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