Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra Classic Motorcycles Reviews (2)
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2010-11-26 2011 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra Classic Motorcycles View Listings

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I am retiring and decided that a 2-wheeler in Houston, Texas was not the best thing for me. I also plan to go on some extended rides in the future. I have had the bike for six weeks and have put 1150 miles on it. To put it simply, I love this motorcycle. It is a perfect fit for me. Several of my friends have expressed interest in getting one. If you have any physical limitations that might make a traditional motorcycle a little dicy, consider the Tri Glide.
- Rgl, Houston, Texas

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2009-09-08 2009 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide Ultra Classic Motorcycles View Listings

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I bought this in July on the advice of others after having crashed my bike. It's a pretty bike, that's for sure. It handles so much differently than what I was used to that for the first 50 miles I thought I had made a mistake. With more and more miles I began to like it better. I recently went 2800 miles in 6 days through Nevada, Utah and Colorado. Tight mountain roads require a good deal of effort to steer while long relatively straight roads are darn near effortless. This bike is immune to crosswinds and the cruise control works perfectly. My only complaint is that it leaves the factory with a severely restricted intake and exhaust. I had to travel in 5th gear heading westbound on I-70 out of Denver (even got passed by a BMW K750 pulling a tent trailer!!). On the flats, it's hard to get 3000 rpm in 6th gear - it feels like it's out of breath. You'd never know you that have 103 cu.in. of engine between your legs. So it's time to open the breathing passages and harness some of that power that I'm sure is in there somewhere. Fuel mileage for the trip was a consistent 33 mph with a few tanks at 40 mpg while riding through the twisties at 9000+ ft. - go figure. Overall, it's a keeper. My wife loves the comfort. Slow down, take your time and enjoy the scenary. Sorry for the long review but if you're considering spending this type of money for a bike, you deserve an honest opinion.
- John T, Cen Cal, California

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