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2021 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 114 - Full specs, pics and details

The freshly-updated Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 114 debuts for 2021 with more torque, more chrome and plenty of bling to help you stand out from the crowd

Harley-Davidson Fat Boy

HARLEY-DAVIDSON have inaugurated their latest additions to the softail range with the 2021 Fat Boy, and it looks like a chromed out beast. 

Harley-Davidson have released their 2021 lineup, and we've had a look at the latest Fat Boy model. The patriotic (and hugely iconic) Fat Boy has been stuffed with the latest Milwaukee-Eight 114 motor - a V-twin 1868cc monster, which is the biggest ever offered out of the Harley-Davidson factory for softail models. 

The motor will give you around 160Nm of torque at it’s peak, which sits at around 3000rpm, increasing the acceleration of both 0-60 & 60-80 - with 9% and 13% respectively, compared to the older model.

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We also see a fresh chrome package throughout on the 2021 Fat Boy - they responded to customer demands, chroming out the powertrain, exhaust, front end, rear fender struts and console (with bullet hole detailing) to give you that premium feel. 

Harley-Davidson is all about style and road presence

The steamroller appearance is, without question, a key feature on the Fat Boy 114. The Fat Boy has had a mean streak since it first came out in 1990 - but featuring in films like Terminator 2 definitely help.

For the tyres, Michelin Scorchers roll out in the form of 160mm front and 240mm rear wheels, and are the widest offered on a Harley Davidson model - they’ve even cut down the fenders to expose more rubber. 

Lakester 18inch wheels on the front and rear also, and make it all the more an American staple alongside the classic Fat Boy tank badge from the iconic 1990s Willie G Davidson original. 

I mentioned the steamroller appearance - well it’s almost the weight of a steamroller as well. 317kg in running order - but you do get a pre-load adjustable rear mono shock to balance out the ride.

Technology wise, Harley-Davidson have included keyless ignition and security system as standard, as well as throwing in a USB charger for your convenience. How kind!

Colour options are Vivid Black, Black Jack Metallic, Deadwood Green & a two-tone Gauntlet Grey Metallic with Vivid Black. 

Retail price in the UK is set to be starting at £19,995, going up with different colour options and accessory packs, with the classic Screaming Eagle performance kits available as extras from Harley Davidson

Right, I’m off to pledge allegiance after this, the bald eagles have landed.