Bikes People Can Ride

“Saddlebags can never hold everything you want, but they will hold everything you need!”

Honda Goldwing 1800

Thinking about a cross-country trip? The Honda Goldwing 1800 is the bike you want. One of the most popular motorcycles of all time, this full-size motorcycle has been at the head of the touring pack for more than three decades. With its unrivaled combination of power, luxury and sporting capability, the 1832cc version continually redefines what a touring motorcycle can be.

The GoldWing GL1800 sports a formidable 1832cc, six-cylinder boxer engine which generates 118hp at 5500rpm and 123ftlbs of torque at 4000rpm. This is a serious motor. This is wonderfully complemented by excellent handling: The steering is nice and neutral, and the bike’s near-800lb mass actually feels light. But comfort is also essential for touring, and the GoldWing does not disappoint. The seat is incredibly comfortable, the reach to the ground is quite reasonable, and the pegs are nice and low. The wind protection is customizable, with an adjustable screen and jumbo fairing. And with 33gal of storage space, you can take almost anything you need on your marathon tour.

 

Harley-Davidson® Road King®

The Road King® has become one of Harley’s most popular models. Although it’s been categorized as a touring bike, it’s equally impressive as a cruising motorcycle. Introduced by HD in 1994, Road King’s have a classic/retro influence with a headlight nacelle reminiscent of 60s Big Twins, removable windshields, wide whitewall tires, and hard dual saddlebags.

It is easy to control on all surfaces and conditions, and is stable even at low speeds. The 1584cc Twin Cam 96 engine has lots of power and torque, and can easily support 2 people. The seat is soft and comfortable for long trips, and the dual hard saddlebag compartments provide ample storage for all of your travel gear. ABS brakes, luggage rack, and electronic throttle control give this bike all the modern amenities. Touring features include the windshield and passenger seat, which are easily removable, allowing for quick conversion to a custom solo look.

Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra

The Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra has a one piece seat that is two-up and stitched for improved rider leg reach and back support. It has a lean clean profile with the injection molded King Tour-Pak with soft luggage liners and pockets and GTX saddlebags for a great way to carry your necessities with you on the road.

The custom rear taillight and fascia blend right in with the rest of the bike especially the shark nose fairing on the front. It is equipped with a Harman/Kardon advanced audio system which has a four speaker 20 watts with an AM/FM receiver and can handle a CD or MP3 player too.

Harley-Davidson Electra Glide

The Electra Glide is revered by enthusiasts for its comfort, capacity, style and grace on the open road. The base model in Harley’s touring lineup, the 870 pound motorcycle has been a best seller for two decades and is easily identified by its front fairing and wide leather seat.

Introduced in 1999, the twin cam 96 cubic inch 1584cc engine is tried and true. The same reliability that’s powered Harley’s for nearly a century is packaged with leading technology, comfort, and design. The ride offers good maneuverability at low speeds, comfortable high-speed cruising, smooth takeoff, and refined acceleration. The chrome and paint job is second to none and will attract stares and glances from passer-bys as you trek through your journey. Additional state-of-the-art features include a 20-watt-per-channel, four-speaker AM/FM/cassette or CD player stereo system and a rear control for the passenger, a factory alarm, standard hard saddlebags, a trunk, Weather info, full size engine guards, floorboards, and a heel/toe shifter.

Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic

The Heritage Softail® Classic is styled to recall the past. The fat front fork is reminiscent of a 1949 Harley-Davidson® Hydra Glide. The old-fashioned looking, studded-leather saddlebags, chrome-studded seat add to its classic look, as does the full windshield, floorboards, large chrome headlamp with twin passing lamps and Fat Bob fuel tank. Sixteen-inch laced wheels feature a new chromed-aluminum hub and a machined-aluminum rear hub.

The Heritage Softail is American iron at its finest; the perfect blend of chrome, leather and steel.

This bike has a wide, comfortable seat for riders; and one of the most comfortable seat and backrest combinations for passengers. The riding position is a bit more reclined that other touring models, and the handlebar height provides riders with a sensation of riding a classic American chopper, while still allowing for a comfortable and safe ride. The 25.5″ seat height makes it an attractive bike for riders with shorter legs who still want the comfort and handling of a touring model.

Harley-Davidson Trike

For those who want comfort, looks, and an effortless ride all in one package, there is the Harley Davidson Trike. This great motor trike combines the touring features and styling cues of the Ultra Classic Electra Glide motorcycle with chassis designed specifically with trikes in mind. If you want to log serious miles in luxury but with the open-air thrills of a bike and distinctive voice of a Harley, look no further.

The Harley Davidson Trike features a chassis designed to withstand the extra weight and steering forces of a trike. The powerplant is an air-cooled Twin Cam 96. The batwing fairing is classy and stylish, and the composite rear fenders complement the front fender beautifully. The trunk offers nearly 6 cubic feet of storage space, perfect for touring. Safe stops are provided by dual front disc brakes and a Hayes Brake dual-disc rear brake system with a lever-controlled integrated parking brake, and comfortable rear suspension is courtesy of dual air-adjustable rear shock absorbers.

This is Harley-Davidson’s first three-wheeled offering since the Servi-Car was discontinued in 1973. The unique frame and engine were specifically designed for it, not something you’ll get with trike kits.

Indian Roadmaster

The 2015 Indian® Roadmaster™ reflects pure American Luxury. Building upon the iconic Roadmaster name used by Indian in the 1940s, the new Roadmaster reimagines Indian Motorcycle comfort, styling and performance out on the open road, for the long haul.

BMW R1200 RT

This is an excellent bike for riders who want to experience the thrill of riding one of the top rated Sport Touring/ Touring models that EagleRider offers. The R1200RT offers the smooth handling of a touring model bike, with the effortless cornering and quick acceleration of a sport bike. The ample storage space. comfortable passenger/pillion seat, and adjustable windshield make this the perfect bike for everything from day rides to Wild West tours.

BMW K1600 GTL

When luxury is freed of all ballast, it moves to a new level. At the very top of this evolution is the new K 1600 GTL – a high-class touring bike like none before it. With the most compact and efficient in-line 6-cylinder engine ever installed in a series production motorcycle.

 

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