What to expect when you get off the road, with Harley-Davidson

In the wake of a deadly crash, many motorcycle enthusiasts have been on the lookout for ways to travel more safely.

But one new-fangled solution is on the market.

Harley-Davidsons newest road test bike has been on sale since January.

It’s called the Road Test King and it’s the company’s first road test in India.

Here’s how it works…

The company says it’s a motorcycle that is “designed for the urban environment,” which means that it will not go over bumps, roads, or other obstacles that will make it unsuitable for the rural roads.

The bike will also be “designed to be comfortable, comfortable and reliable” in the urban world.

Here are some of the features of the Road Tests King.

It is powered by a 3-cylinder, 3-stroke engine and comes in two colors: Blue and Black.

The motorcycle weighs a whopping 1,000 kilograms (3,500 pounds), and it is powered in the back by a 7-speed manual transmission, which is powered on-board by a 12-volt battery.

The rider is seated in a cockpit with a “comfort zone” of around 5 meters (20 feet) wide and 7 meters (24 feet) long.

A seat-mounted “back seat” sits on the rider’s back.

The rider also has an adjustable seat-height of 3 meters (9 feet).

The bike has a “flat” seat, which means it will be slightly elevated, but not too far that it’s uncomfortable.

In addition, the bike is equipped with a 360-degree camera system and the “ride-by-wire” remote control, which allows the rider to control the bike remotely via Bluetooth.

In addition to the camera, the rider has a seat-mountable camera and remote control with a range of up to 200 meters (328 feet).

The rider can also change the battery type from “standard” to “eco-flux” for “a safer, more efficient use of the battery.”

In the case of “eco mode,” the rider can turn on the onboard charger that allows for a full charge of the batteries.

The motorcycle will be priced at ₹1,800 (approximately $1,700) for the basic version, and at №1,500 (approximately USD1,400) for “eco”.

The company also says the bike will come with an extended warranty of 15 years, with a 12 month replacement policy.

The Road Tests Kings first test will be held in January, and the company is expecting to test out the bike on Indian roads.

If you’re interested in the Road tests King, the company says you can get a pre-order today for ₘ1,999 (approximately US$1,000).

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