Harley-Davidson unveils 2022 Low Rider S & ST, Road Glide ST & Street Glide ST

With heavy influence from the custom motorcycle scene, Harley-Davidson announce new performance-focused additions to the 2022 lineup.

Harley-Davidson Low Rider ST

Harley-Davidson has just pulled the wraps on some new additions to the 2022 lineup, with a Low Rider S and Low Rider ST, Road Glide ST and Street Glide ST - alongside some sweet lookin’ CVO custom models. 

Let’s get right into a high-level overview of what’s new, along with the pricing for all the new models. 

Harley-Davidson Low Rider S & Low Rider ST 2022

Leading the charge is the Low Rider ST, heavily influenced by the Southern Californian custom scene (noticing the performance restorations of the FXR and FXRT models) and decided to bring the same character and road feel as the previous Low Rider, but with a new sleek front fairing, quick-remove panniers, and 117 Milwaukee-Eight motor fitted - all in a lighter package. 

Harley-Davidson says there is a new ‘heavy breather’ intake and new exhaust system fitted to pair the biggest engine they craft in the factory giving you 125 lb-ft of torque to play with, plus a new suspension setup (lengthened rear shock so it’ll lean over further) and tweaks to the instrument placement. 

The Low Rider S is privy to a majority of the above changes, including the 117 motor unit, suspension tweaks and placing the instrument cluster on the bar, to be more in line with riders’ line of sight. 

This matches what owners and riders are wanting to do with their Hogs, but provides the options as factory options. The Low Rider S is priced at £17,995 and Low Rider ST at £19,395 - both in surprising mute colour options ‘Vivid Black’ and ‘Gunship Grey’. 

Harley-Davidson Road Glide ST & Street Glide ST 2022

Moving on to the Road Glide ST & Street Glide ST, there is a clear focus on performance here - no doubt stemming from the Wyman brothers Kyle & Travis, with Kyle winning the 2021 King of the Baggers championships - and with a bust elbow!

So, naturally, both of these motorcycles will be receiving the 117 motor for peak performance (and peak bragging power). 

If you want a bit more sparkle, the CVO units are gifted some simply beautiful colour options. Two-tone schemes, pinstriping finishes and even the return of flame paintwork - all done in-house by H-D and Gunslinger. 

Priced up at £27,895 for the Road Glide ST and £27,295 for the Street Glide ST, these will no doubt whet the whistle of many hog fans. 

There will be more info on these models to follow, but that’s a quick rundown of the premiere!

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