Harley-Davidson announces a new 2021 Street Bob 114, designed for the streets with Bobber attitude and Chopper styled, rigid good looks.
The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Bob 114 is the newest and lightest weighing Softail model to be powered by Harley-Davidson’s Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine.
The 2021 Street Bob 114 boasts an increase in both zero to sixty and sixty eighty by nine percent and thirteen percent, respectively, over the previous model. It is important to note that the previous model was powered by the Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine. The 2021 Street Bob’s powerplant has a torque output of 119 foot-pounds at 3000 rpm.
The suspension setup includes dual bending valve front forks that respond quickly to inputs, offering impressive feedback. The front end setup also keeps the front wheel grounded for impressive braking and handling performance. The rear mono-shock suspension with an under-seat on-shock preload adjuster makes it simple to set the ideal pre-load for rider and passenger weight.
Visually, the 2021 Street Bob 114 takes notes from traditional Chopper and Bobber styled motorcycles. There are the mini-ape handlebars and chopped rear fender. The 2-into-2 offset shotgun exhaust. The uncluttered front end thanks to the digital riser gauge. The smooth top 3.5-gallon fuel tank is accented by an exclusive paint job that features a Harley-Davidson script logo over the secondary color with the classic “Number One” logo. The free-flowing ventilator air cleaner with an exposed element and 114 badging. The black steel laced wheels.The blacked-out engine with chrome pushrod tunes… All great style points that unite form and function.
The lighting system of the 2021 model includes a Signature LED Headlamp that is surrounded by Signature LED elements. Other features include the Street Bob’s digital instrumentation inset in the handlebar riser, a USB charging port, keyless ignition, and a security system.
Harley-Davidson’s 2021 Street Bob 114 features an exclusive paint job that features a Harley-Davidson script logo over the secondary color with the classic “Number One” logo on the fuel tank.