The base weight of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle depends on its model type and level of customization. As of 2014, the Superlow ships from the factory at 540 pounds, the Heritage Softail Classic ships at 730 pounds and the CVO Road Glide Ultra ships at 905 pounds.
The running weight of a motorcycle includes the weight of fuel and oil and varies by model. Harley-Davidson was established in 1901, when William S. Harley completed his blueprint for an engine designed to fit on a bicycle. The first Harley-Davidson motorcycle was built in 1903, and the company's first factory was built three years later, in 1906.Learn More
Start looking for newer Harley-Davidson motorcycle parts at your local dealer, especially the dealer from where you bought the machine. The Harley-Davidson website features a section for parts and accessories to customize your bike. Your motorcycle mechanic can also help you determine what part you seek.Full Answer >
Harley Davidson does not make motorcycles with automatic transmissions. There are aftermarket companies, such as Walters Manufacturing, that fabricate and install automatic transmissions on 1999-2005 Harley Davidson Dyna Glide motorcycles.Full Answer >
Kelley Blue Book offers values of Harley-Davidson motorcycles from 1960 to the present, as of September 2014. After choosing a model year, users select a model name and engine size before prices are posted based on trade-in value or retail value for these motorcycles. A zip code is needed so Kelley Blue Book can ascertain location-based price differences.Full Answer >
The average weight of an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is around 350 to 400 pounds. The weight normally differs according to make. An ATV is a vehicle that travels on low pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator.Full Answer >