Harley-Davidson Street 750 Bike Overview
Harley-Davidson have given us a blank canvas to play with when it comes to the Street 750. The minimalist style with fabulous handling matched with an extremely affordable price tag (for a Harley) makes it the dream for anyone who loves to customise.
Equipped with the new liquid-cooled Revolution X engine, Harley promise a smooth response whether your rattling around town or taking on the open twisties. Other great features include ABS, low seat height (720mm) making the lift off a lot easier and specially tuned shocks.
As expected with a Harley, the Street 750 looks incredible with its all black two-into-one exhaust, black cast aluminium wheels, blacked out front with and that chrome medallion on the fuel tank – it really is a thing of beauty.
The starting price for the Street 750 starts from £5,995.
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Harley-Davidson Street 750 Bike Spec
- Top speed200mph
- Seat height720mm
- EngineLiquid cooled, Revolution X V-twin
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Lightweight, doesn't take corners amazingly well but perfectly fine.
750, great amount of torque
Pretty economical, 12 quid for a full tank which does a fair few miles a week
Pretty good build, couple of issues early on (seized brake pad and squeaky rear wheel)
Brakes are just about ok, doesn't have ABS which is a bit of a fail on HDS part
Handles well, corners well & is light to manouver
Great as a commuter & motorway riding, performance is more than adequate for my use
Averaging 62 mpg - a mixture of traffic & motorway riding at the legal limit.
Built to a budget obviously, however I am pleased with the build quality
Brakes are very good(better than my Harley Switchback) the ABS works ok , grip is much better with the Michelin tyres
This is a cruiser not a sports bike so will never be able to take corners at full speed with pegs scraping on the ground. Having said that it does exactly as it is supposed to and feels well planted on corners. Is not as heavy as most Harley's but heavy enough to not get blown about at high speeds on motorways etc.
110 mph will never break any records and was never designed to but has adequate performance for long highway runs and is equally as smooth around town.
Depends on the riders knowledge / experience. Insurance for me is under £200 fully comp and road tax is in the high bracket (£91). Servicing at a HD dealer will makes your eyes water but the bike is so easy to work on yourself and many aftermarket sources for parts make it very cheap to maintain. MPG figures are around 50+ if you don't race around everywhere.
No problems so far - covered 4,000+ miles of smiles.
Could be better. Back brake alone would struggle to stop you from high speed and front definitely needs a dual disc. Having said that the brakes do stop you and with ABS you have added confidence.