What does FLHR Road King mean?

What does FLHR Road King mean?

FLHR. Harley-Davidson Road King motorcycle model. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.

Is a Road King an FLH?

In 1969, Harley added the iconic fork-mounted “batwing” fairing. The FLH got a power increase in 1978 when the Shovelhead was bumped up to 1300 cc. The FLHR Road King burst onto the scene in 1994. Still technically considered an Electra-Glide, the Road King has spawned a number of variations of its own.

What category is a Road King?

The 2021 Harley-Davidson Road King Special is a Touring model that The Motor Company puts in a sub-category—Hot Rod Bagger. To earn that title, the Road King Special runs the big Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-twin and is slammed to the ground with just over two inches of rear-wheel suspension travel.

What is a badlander seat?

The popular Badlander® Custom Seat is available for your Touring model. Designed to fit your bike like a glove, this seat delivers low-slung cruiser style from rear fender to the tank console. Low and lean, the clean, smooth cover and the embroidered Harley-Davidson® logo add up to a radical look.

What does CVO stand for?

Custom Vehicle Operations
Harley-Davidson CVO (“Custom Vehicle Operations”) for motorcycles are a family of models created by Harley-Davidson for the factory custom market.

What are road kings?

Road King Special In Brief The Road King is part of Harley’s touring line of motorcycles which includes the Road Glide, Street Glide, and Electra Glide. The FL series of motorcycles are generally termed as ‘dressers’ or ‘baggers’ and use high-displacement twin-cylinder motors with large-diameter telescopic forks.

What is a Road King Classic?

The Road King Classic is the model to likely be more luxurious and have additional features. With the Classic, spoke wheels and cruise control come standard as part of the package. For the 2011 classic, the engine is also slightly more powerful, having a 103ci Harley-Davidson Twin Cam engine versus the 96ci.

What’s a 1976 FLH worth?


Excellent $16,775
Very Good $10,975
Good $7,135
Fair $5,725
Poor $4,460

Why is it called a Shovelhead engine?

The engine gained the nickname “Shovelhead” due to the look of the rocker heads having the appearance of an old coal shovel that was flipped upside down, giving the appearance of a shovel. While the engine did have problems earlier in its timeline, the new and improved motor gave Harley-Davidson a 26% sales increase.

What do you get with a CVO?

Special features for the CVO lineup have included performance upgrades from Harley’s “Screamin’ Eagle” branded parts, hand-painted pinstripes, ostrich leather on seats and trunks, gold leaf incorporated in the paint, and electronic accessories like GPS navigation systems and iPod music players.