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Super Glide

The Harley-Davidson Glide is a motorcycle model by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company. to be the first factory custom it originated Harley’s FX series of by mating Sportster components, notably the front end, the chassis of their larger big motorcycles. The current Super model is now based on the Dyna chassis which offers a variety of front ends and levels, and continues to fill the niche between the smallest and Harley models.


1934 to 1970, with the of the Servi-Car, there have two distinct lines of V-Twin motorcycles, the small twins and the big However, individual bikers sometimes customize bikes by parts around or cutting and frames and other components to their tastes.

Harley-Davidson director Willie G. Davidson was of this phenomenon and decided to a motorcycle for production that offer the look of the custom To accomplish this, he started the frame and rear suspension, but not the starter, from the FLH Electra to which he then mated the telescopic forks from the XLH

This combination was referred to as the FX where FX meant Factory The drivetrain and engine accessories from the FLH, the front and brakes were from the This use of a mixture of FL and XL parts has been used to explain the FX To complete the Super Glide, he buckhorn handlebars and a boattail unit similar to those used on the XLH Sportster.

The production FX Glide was released in 1971 to a reception. Particularly not well was the boattail, which also to be unpopular on the Sportsters that had it. of both models improved less radical rear was made available.

Variations of the FX Glide

In 1974, the FX was joined by the a version of the Super Glide an electric starter. Both also got an exclusive one-piece instead of the Fat Bob tank used by the FL.

In 1977, the FXS Low Rider was introduced. The Low had alloy wheels front and two disc brakes on the front extended forks with a 32- and a 26 seat height. Unlike the Glide, the Low Rider was an instant outselling all other Harley-Davidson in its first full year of

All three FX models returned to Fat Bob tanks, but with a special divider that included a

A 1977 Harley-Davidson Confederate of the Super Glide that commemorative paint and tank and decals was produced but in such low numbers — only 228 — as to make it one of the rarest of the motorcycles.

The base, kickstart-only FX was in 1979. In that year, the Fat Bob was introduced. The following year bring the FXB Sturgis, an all-black Low with primary and secondary drives, and the FXWG Wide a Low Rider with wide and a flame pattern painted on the

In 1983, the Low Rider was converted chain drive to belt and given the designation FXSB, at point the FXB was discontinued. In the same the FXDG Disc Glide was This model had a disc-type wheel instead of the wire-spoked of the Super Glide or the solid-spoked of the Low Rider.

The FXE Super Glide was discontinued in with the FXEF Fat Bob becoming the model.

In 1986, all FX-based except the Wide Glide supplanted by FXR-based bikes. The Glide was discontinued the following


The FXR Super Glide II was introduced in and sold alongside the existing FX The FXR chassis was essentially an FLT Tour chassis with lighter tubes and a more conventional around the steering head. As it offered a rubber-mounted engine and a transmission, as opposed to the solid and four-speed transmission of the original FX

The FXR range was expanded in 1983 by the of the FXRT Sport Glide, a Glide variant with a and saddlebags, and the FXRS Low Glide, was the FXR equivalent of the FXSB Low Rider. the discontinuation of the corresponding FX-based the FXR Super Glide II became the FXR Glide and the FXRS Low Glide the FXRS Low Rider. The Wide was discontinued because the FXR frame was not for the wide forks.

The 1984 Disc Glide as it was was a very rare motorcycle it had the offering of the Chrome Package it came with chrome boxes, nose cone, and cover. It was called the FXRSDG.

Design work began on the for the FXR chassis shortly after the FXR bikes were offered. The chassis was introduced in 1991 a limited-production FXDB Sturgis The engine mounting system was from three rubber to two, resulting in poorer control, but speedier production on the line.

The Sturgis was followed in by the limited-edition FXDB Daytona. introduced in 1992 was the FXDC Glide Custom. Apart the paint scheme, the Dyna Custom was virtually identical to the Dyna Customs were all black and silver, and the early featured a silver powder on the frame.

Later production featured a black frame.

In the faired and bagged FXRT Glide was discontinued and the FXRS Low was displaced by the FXDL Dyna Low although the FXR, FXLR, Convertible and the FXRS-SP Low Rider continued to be offered. The FXDWG Wide Glide was introduced in the year. The Low Rider Sport was in 1994, and the Low Rider was discontinued the 2009 model year.

Between the 1991 introduction of the chassis and the end of the 1994 model all Dyna models had a 32- rake. In the FXD Dyna Super Glide and the Dyna Glide Convertible introduced. These Dynas had a 28- and replaced the FXR Super Glide and the Low Rider Custom, which the last FXR models in regular

The FXDX Super Glide was introduced in 1999, featuring suspension components and triple brakes. The FXDX-T Super T-Sport, with a fork fairing and improved detachable replaced the FXDS-Conv Dyna in 2001, and was discontinued in 2003.

The returned to the line in 2005 as the Glide Custom.

In 2006, a new chassis was introduced along a new six-speed transmission. In the same new models were the FXDBI Bob (a minimal, single seat Glide motorcycle available in the new (matte) black color) and the edition FXDI35 35th Super Glide (colored to the original white 1971 Glide). The FXDX Super Sport was discontinued.

In 2007, the Twin Cam 88 engine was by the fuel-injected 1584 cc Twin Cam 96 across the entire Harley-Davidson Big lineup, including the FXD series. The model designator was dropped for all since all Big Twins from on had fuel injection.

The FXDF Fat Bob was in 2008. In the same year, the Wide Glide was offered as a edition 105th Anniversary before being retired, in 2010 with a different rear treatment. 2010 saw the discontinuation of the FXD base model by the FXDB) and the loss of the FXDL Low

2012 saw some Dynas the TC103 engine, available in the and FXDWG models as well as the new FLD a sport-tourer.

Harley-Davidson FXDG Disc Glide Sturgis

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