A bold statement for sure, but what makes this new addition to the S-series so special? Well, the Low Rider itself has been a favorite of hard-riding cruisers since its debut in the late ’70s. After a solid run spanning more than three decades, H-D pulled the Low from its lineup for a five-year hiatus, using the time to update the powertrain, mix up some contemporary colors, and hype its relaunch. That happened in 2014. The Low Rider returned with the 103-cube Twin Cam engine, a marked improvement over previous Low Rider powerplants but nothing that would curb the desire for a little more torque.