Harley-Davidson 2021 Street Bob 114 - Updated softail with bigger motor

The 2021 Harley-Davidson Street Bob 114 gets updated Milwaukee-Eight motor, and the softail remains their lightest bobber offered.

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HARLEY-DAVIDSON unveiled some of its 2021 line-up this week with the Harley-Davidson Street Bob 14 among the models to get an update for the new year.

For the most part, the Harley-Davidson Street Bob 114 dimensions and size remain largely unchanged - retaining it the crown as the lightest softail on the Harley-Davidson range - but introducing a raft of updates to bring the slick and stylish bobber into 2021, underlined by piling its latest power unit in to an unchanged frame. You'll have a 19-inch front wheel and 16-inch rear wheel, 680mm seat height and 1630mm wheelbase.

The Milwaukee-Eight 114 motor replaces the 107 model, and now provides you with a 1868cc V-Twin motor to propel the relatively lightweight (when compared to the other Harley-Davidson range) bobber along the road. It’ll put out 86bhp at a peak of 5,020rpm, and 155Nm of torque at 3250rpm. You’ll be quicker both 0-60 and 60-80 than ever before.

A2 motorcyclists rejoice, as the official website notes the Street Bob 114 is A2 compliant, one of the few bobbers on sale available on the limited licence.

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The Harley-Davidson Street Bob 114 is billed as the Harley-Davidson you go to if you want a raw, uncompromising ride, while if you’re after a no-nonsense motorcycle with lashings of customised potential, it has you covered  True to Harley's reputation, the Street Bob is a hefty beast, weighing in at a fairly hefty 297kg in running order, but comfort on the round is balanced out with an easily adjustable rear mono shock. 

A new graphics pack has been included for 2021, with the Harley-Davidson Number 1 graphic featuring prominently on the tank, and colour options range from Vivid black, Stonewashed White Pearl, Deadwood Green, and Baja Orange. The handlebar has a sleek, built-in digital gauge, which will display the essentials - speed, fuel gauge, odometer and trip recording. 

Technology is fairly straightforward on the Street Bob 114, including a USB charger, keyless ignition and… that’s all, really. If you want tech, get yourself the all-electric LiveWire!

If you’re looking to purchase one, the Harley-Davidson 2021 Street Bob 114 will set you back around £13,995 - with price going up from there depending on colour options, accessories and performance packs you may want to throw in.