It's time to bring out the classic, the '11 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic. Here is a bike that just seems to fit a wide range of different riders' needs; from the guy looking for a little jaunt across town, to the guy looking to fill the saddlebags and head cross country. At a glance the first thing you will notice about the 2011 Road King is the nostalgic feel and look of it. Stop in and try out the 103ci Twin Cam motor. On the Road King Classic, the big change was the engine size, for the 2011 year, a 103, for the 10 it was the 96ci motor. Combine that with the six-speed Cruise Drive transmission with integrated Isolated Drive System and you have one powerfull bike that will ride very smooth. The chassis features a single-spar, rigid backbone frame with a stout swingarm designed for long-haul touring comfort. It includes a set of air shocks cleanly hidden behind the saddlebags, which can be adjusted with an air pump via a Schrader valve mounted on the frame rail behind the saddlebag. As far as braking goes, you will find a set of four-piston calipers biting down on a set of 11.8-inch rotors, as the rear has a single four-piston caliper and same-styled rotor. All of this is controlled and regulated through an ABS system. The Road King Classic rides on 16-inch wheels. If you are looking for an all-around touring bike, then get yourself down here and take the FLHRC out for a testride and see for yourself.
Brenny's Motorcycle Clinic
4426 State Street Bettendorf, IA 52722 United States
2011 Harley-Davidson FLHRC Road King Classic Video