On Tuesday night, Harley-Davidson unveiled a transformational lineup change for its 2018 motorcycles. The Dyna lineup has been merged into the Softail lineup to create one cohesive line of Big Twins slotted above the Sportster and below the Touring bikes.
The new Softails have an all-new lighter, stiffer frame, new suspension, and most importantly, the new 45-degree, four-valve-per-cylinder Milwaukee-Eight V-Twin engine now with dual counterbalancers. All of the new bikes come standard with a 107 c.i. engine, while a few are available with a bigger 114 c.i. option. Thanks to the new frame, the new bikes are about 35 pounds lighter than their predecessors.
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