One of the most popular questions we hear from a new rider is: “What type of Harley should I buy?” The answer to this question really depends on the rider. Everyone is made differently, so you need to take your height and weight into consideration when deciding which new bike to purchase.
One of the biggest misconceptions when deciding which Harley to buy is that women should choose smaller models and men should buy the remaining bigger models. The truth of the matter is that some of the bigger bikes are more appropriate for smaller riders because of their comfort and stability level. It is very important to consider more than just the size of the motorcycle and further examine all of its benefits and features.
ChopperExchange has put together a very short survey questionnaire to help guide you in the right direction of which Harley-Davidson motorcycle might be the best fit for you. It’s 100% FREE and provides instant results on which H-D models might be best for you.
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We recommend visiting a local dealer and sitting on a few different models to figure out which bike you feel more comfortable on. Some bikes have lowered seats and handle bars. Some are made for touring, while others are best for shorter trips.
Please call us at (800) 523-7274 if you have any questions or need help finding your next motorcycle.