No Mis-Print here, only 110 Miles on this one!!!! The 107" Powered, Softail Low Rider!!! Powered by the "Milwaukee- Eight", 107" engine with a total of 110 pound-feet of torque, the agile Softail frame brings heretofore unseen performance to the Low Rider. The blade with which Harley-Davidson streamlined its cruiser lineup cut deep and wide with an entire branch pruned from the family tree in 2017 with the Dyna series finding itself relegated to the history books. That’s right, we lost the successor to the FXR family, and have only the Softail lineup for cruiser work. Once you get past that and really look at this bike, the tie-ins to the original Low Rider from back in the ’70s become apparent in the tank graphics and twin-clock, tank-mount instrument panel. The saddle seems to tie in as well. It’s clean and slightly custom, but not too much so. Buckhorn pullback bars put the hands near shoulder height and are wide set for plenty of leverage, but the foot controls are a new thing. Not quite as far forward as a proper set of forward controls and not as far back as mid-mounts, the pegs are placed in a comfortable middle ground for what seems to be a good compromise between the two traditional positions. As with every Softail, the frame geometry mimics that of the old hardtails, all the way down to the triangular swingarm that really sells the illusion. The factory gave the Softail frame a complete rebuild for this new generation of bike. The Low Rider comes with the Mil-8 107' engine. This mill made its debut in 2017 in the touring lineup, and last year it moved into the cruisers to completely phase out the Twin Cam. It carries itself in the same 45-degree V-Twin layout we’ve seen from the factory for over a century now with a 100 mm bore and 111 mm stroke that gives us the 1,753 cc total displacement and 10-to-1 compression ratio. The Mil-8 107" engine cranks out 110 pound-feet of torque at a low 3,000 rpm for some real stump-pulling power that’ll help it haul its 661-pound (wet) bulk out of the hole when the light turns green. The 107" engine has the old familiar pushrod-tube geometry that uses four external pushrods to actuate the four-valve heads for a total of 8 poppets, hence the “Eight” in the ingeniously-clever engine name. Electronic fuel injection runs engine's fuel system to achieve an average of 47 miles out of every gallon of fuel. Yes,The Low Rider has come a long way through the years. Could this be the best one ever built??? You can answer that one, Stop in for a test ride today!!! Only 110 miles on it, it is like new!!!!