A Draggin’ Bagger is not a lazy supermarket employee! Harley-Davidson claims its Screamin’ Eagle 120R engine can rocket grandpa’s Road Glide into the low 10s. A Draggin’ Bagger is not a lazy supermarket employee! Harley-Davidson claims its Screamin’ Drag racing full-dress touring bikes doesn’t make any sense. Don’t the acceleration-obsessed usually strip off saddlebags, fairings and any other superfluous components to save weight? But if NASCAR runs pickups and nut-job Germans roadrace semi-trucks, why shouldn’t the All Harley Drag Racing Association create a class to capitalize on the popularity of baggers? That’s the logic behind the AHDRA’s Draggin’ Bagger division, a limited spec series exclusively for 1999-and-later Harley-Davidson touring models equipped with The Motor Company’s $5495 Screamin’ Eagle 120R crate race engine. Bikes must be stock-appearing, and limited chassis mods keep costs low and competition high. And although you might expect acceleration akin to a Mack truck, Harley claims its 120-cubic-inch race motor produces 135 bhp and 137 lb.-ft. of torqueenough to deliver ETs in the low-10-second range. And quicker yet if you hide a nitrous bottle in one of the bags By Aaron Frank Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!