Saturday, November 26, 2011

1977 Harley-Davidson Super Glide - there is no bigger street bike

You're looking at the biggest of them all. The largest single-engine displacement of any stock street motorcycle in the world. 1200 cc's of raw power. Probably more power than you'll ever need or use. Stoplight to stoplight, its performance is legendary. The low-end torque incredible. Yet, for 1977, the Super Glide is even more powerful, thanks to the addition of a performance oriented, 2 into 1 Collector exhaust system. There are other changes: A kick starter that pivots into the frame, out of your way. A cleaner, sleeker designed frame and engine. An optional black cast rear wheel. But the classic, low-slung look is the same. Lean and narrow. The seat is the lowest of the Super Bikes, once again. So you can actually put both feet on the ground, instead of tipping from side to side like a ballerina. The deep, guttural Harley-Davidson sound is the deep, guttural Harley-Davidson sound. We didn't make a lot of changes on the Super Glide for '77. We simply tok the biggest street bike ther is, and made it more powerful. After all, there's a reason why the Super Glide is the most popular of the Harley-Davidson Super Bikes. So we're not about to make changes just for change's sake, alone. You don't mess with the biggest guy on the block. Until you've been on a Harley-Davidson, you haven't been on a motorcycle.

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