Introduced in 2014, the Harley-Davidson Street 750 was one of two smaller displacement bikes that opened a new page for the Motor Co. Both the Street 750 and the Street 500 are powered by the Harley-Davidson Revolution X motor—a liquid cooled engine that revs higher than previous H-D models. Aside from the narrower bore on the 500 model, the Street 500 and 750 are identical.
Designed for younger riders and a more urban setting, the Street line is both smaller and lighter than any of the other H-D models in the lineup. This comes with improved fuel economy and a more standard riding position as well, keeping the rider more upright than the typical cruiser stance we’re used to seeing from H-D.
Seven-spoke cast aluminum mags for 15-inch tires in the rear and 17-inch tires in the front with H-D rubber coming stock. A six-speed transmission and 11:1 compression ratio means that you’ll be shifting a bit, but this bike can get after it when you go to twist the throttle.
Available starting at $7,549 with six different color options and ABS also available.
"I feel like the Street 750 was never intended for the American market. It just doesn't make sense over here, and that's why they introduced the Street Rod. Not enough power, not enough classic H-D style, and honestly it just feels sort of cheap."