What Do You Want To Know About The Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider?

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As your loyal servant and scribe, I spent the better part of a month riding the 2015 Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider to try learn about that #cruiserlife. The review is on the way, so here’s your chance to get your questions in.

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Any and all inquiries are welcome, and I promise to read as many of them as I feel like until I get annoyed by the comments getting shitty. Be funny or have a real question, but let’s try and keep the “Harleys suck!” or “how did you not die?” questions to a minimum. Because I know and I’ll get to that.

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Jeff Tripp

I barely saw a legitimate question here. Mostly HD haters and jokers, or generally misinformed people. The bike is pictured with mid-controls, not forwards, because that’s what’s stock, and I’m assuming that’s what Patrick rode. HD valves have not needed adjustment since the introduction of the Evolution engines in 1984. The tank is about 4.5 gallons, good for about 200 miles, so you don’t stop every hour for gas. The engines have been rubber mounted since the 80s, again for comfort and smoothness. Yes, they still vibrate, they’re Harleys. But shit doesn’t shake loose or fall off like the old bikes, they don’t leak like the old bikes, and since they fixed the timing tensioner issue years ago, the Twin Cam is pretty much dead reliable.

I’m not going to sit here and defend all Harley/cruiser riders because there are stereotypes for a reason. But don’t fool yourselves like there aren’t a LOT of douchey sport bike riders out there too, revving their engines at stoplights and wearing stupid looking clothes too. If you don’t like cruisers, don’t let the door hit your ass on the way out, there’s a review of the 100th retro café or scrambler to come out this year just down the hall.

Your friend,

A guy who loves motorcycles of all types, and doesn’t conform to whatever anybody else thinks he should ride or dress like