The 2018 Harley-Davidson FXLR Softail Low Rider (23889) has all the capabilities of a rigid frame, with suspension where it matters. Get a longer, more comfortable ride without sacrificing performance.
On the exterior, the 2018 Softail Low Rider has the appearance of a hardtail low rider. The newest version of Harley-Davidson’s Milwaukee-Eight features dual counter-balancers that cancel primary vibrations and let the engine be rigid-mounted to the frame. The result is a stiffer chassis that handles better, not to mention an engine that can reach 60 miles per hour in 10 percent less time than its predecessor.
Under the tail, however, there’s a suspension that smooths over those bumps you’ll hit in the road. Thanks to the suspension, this bike is a perfect cruiser, great for long commutes or road trips. The 2018 Softail Low Rider has had the full 5,000-mile service performed and is ready for the road.