2021 Low Rider® S vs Sport Glide™
The Low Rider® S and the Sport Glide™ offer competitive performance, outstanding control and incredible features to make your drive more enjoyable. When you talk with our dealership, we can help you secure a great vehicle that meets your needs. Learn about all of the available features, and get to know all of the options that can help you get a better ride. Get to know the Low Rider® S and Sport Glide™ today.
When you get the Low Rider® S, you can choose from two different color options. The Sport Glide™ comes with three different color options, but the colors on the Low Rider® S make it exceptionally easy to customize with art. You’ll also love the upright rider position of the Low Rider® S, which gives you a more alert perspective on those long rides. The Sport Glide™ comes with a relaxed rider position, and you’ll love all of the ways this bike can help you get a better ride. If you go with the Low Rider® S, you’ll also get mid-mount foot controls as opposed to the forward foot controls on the Sport Glide™. While all of this information can help you make a preliminary decision, you really need to take a test ride to know how each bike handles. Discover more key features of the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® S and the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Sport Glide™ at our dealership today.
When it comes to mechanical features, you have many differences between the Low Rider® S and the Sport Glide™. The Low Rider® S comes with a more powerful Milwaukee-Eight® 114 engine. Typically, this kind of power appeals to more seasoned riders. If you are getting on a bike for the first time, some defensive riding courses can help you learn to harness the power of this beast. If you go with the Sport Glide™, you’ll enjoy the Milwaukee-Eight® 107 engine. Learn more about the mechanical features of the Low Rider® S vs Sport Glide™ at our Seacoast Harley-Davidson® dealership.
On a bike, a few extra pound-feet of torque can make a big difference. The Low Rider® S comes with 119 pound-feet of torque. If you go with the Sport Glide™, you’ll get 108 pound-feet of torque, which also provides a good riding experience. The engine torque on the Low Rider® S maintains a maximum torque range at 3,000 RPMs. If you go with the Sport Glide™, you’ll max out at 2,750 RPMs. Get to know all of the features that make your bike a superior fit. Take a test ride to discover the performance differences between the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® S and the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Sport Glide™ at our dealership today.
The Chassis shows off some of the most distinctive features. If you go with the Low Rider® S, you’ll get a bike that comes with dark bronze Radiate cast-aluminum wheels. The Sport Glide™ comes with black, machine highlighted, Mantis cast-aluminum wheels. You’ll also get a 4-piston fixed front and 2-piston floating rear braking system on both bikes. Discuss your options for getting the right bike for your needs, and we can help you ride home thrilled. Contact us to test ride and experience the Low Rider® S vs Sport Glide™ at our dealership.
Technology & Safety
Many similarities exist between the Low Rider® S and the Sport Glide™. You’ll get high beams, turn signals, engine diagnostics and ABS brakes on both bikes. If you go with the Sport Glide™, you’ll miss out on features like the auxiliary lighting that gives the bike a better presence. The Low Rider® S also comes with a 4-inch analog tachometer. Safety features can help protect you on both the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® S and the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Sport Glide™.
Find out about all of your options for securing a bike that makes sense for your needs. A test drive provides the optimal environment to ensure you get a bike that works for you. Our dealership can help you scout all of your options, and we can help you get to know the various models that may fit your needs. Trust us to provide you with excellent support and service.