2007 Harley Davidson FXDB Dyna Street Bob

Harley Davidson releases specifications for the 2007 FXDB Dyna Street Bob

The 2007 FXDB Dyna Street Bob again proves less can be more taking minimalist styling cues from the post-World War II "bobber" movement and the custom choppers of the 1970s to a modern motorcycle. The Street Bob shuns components like a passenger seat and pegs. A solo seat at 25.8 inches high clearly states that this is a motorcycle for the individualist. Features like a mini ape-hanger handlebar, the classic Fat Bob fuel tank, a wrap-around rear fender and Chrome, Laced Steel wheels combine with the Twin Cam 96 engine for a stylish and powerful ride. A wrinkle-black finish applied to the battery box, console and belt guard completes the street-ready look. The Street Bob is available in six solid colors and a new Olive Pearl/Vivid Black two-tone.

  • New vibration-isolated Twin Cam 96 engine with ESPFI
  • Black powder-coated engine with polished covers
  • Chrome, staggered shorty dual exhaust
  • 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission
  • Enhanced clutch lever interlock operations
  • Redesigned gauges with clock, 6-speed indictor light and LED
  • 49mm forks
  • 29-degree fork angle/29-degree steering head angle
  • Mini ape-hanger handlebar
  • Fat Bob fuel tank
  • Street Bob air cleaner trim ring
  • Special tank emblems
  • Wrinkle-black console with turn signal indicators
  • Wrinkle-black battery cover with polished trim
  • Wrinkle-black belt guard
  • Tank-mounted speedometer
  • Solo seat
  • Mid-mount foot controls
  • Wrap-around rear fender
  • 160mm rear tire
  • Chrome, Laced Steel wheels