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Harley-Davidson reveals Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low, and more
Harley-Davidson reveals Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low, and more

Harley-Davidson has taken the covers off the last of its 2015 motorcycle line-up. Reinforcing the company's desire to be the bike of choice for female riders and riders of smaller stature who might have been put off by Harley's traditionally heavy machines, the final models include an Electra Glide Ultra Classic Low. The new variation on the time-honored road hog has a seat height of just 25.6 inches -- almost two inches shorter than the previous version. New suspension also lowers the bike's center of gravity, making it more manageable for smaller riders. Harley promises the bike offers "the lowest seat height and the highest rider confidence available in a premium...

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