2021 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® S vs 2021 Suzuki Boulevard M109R
If you have been looking for an awesome 2021 motorcycle, you will quickly find that there are many great options to browse through in the 2021 model year. Two impressive options are the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider® S and the 2021 Suzuki Boulevard M109R. Below, we are going to compare these two motorcycles side-by-side so that you will be able to figure out which one is best for you. Let’s roll!
About the 2021 Harley-Davidson® Low Rider Model S
The 2021 Low Rider® S is a stunning motorcycle with a premium Softail frame, Milwaukee-Eight® 114 engine, reduced rake, inverted front forks, and a mono-shock suspension. Just one look at this Harley-Davidson® bike and you will be able to see how advanced the stunning design is! With its lightweight frame and custom accessories, this is a great bike for a range of riding applications.
The Milwaukee-Eight® 114 engine is powerful and smooth with plenty of punchy torque. Blast off easily and enjoy a rich rumble as you ride. The updated Softail frame has been redesigned recently for more nimble performance than ever before! This innovative Softail performance is something that you will have to experience in person to really appreciate. For this reason, we highly recommend test-riding one of Harley-Davidson®’s new Softail motorcycles yourself.
Then, this bike comes with a reduced rake that is now just 28 degrees. Other Low Rider models had a 30-degree rake. However, the Low Rider® S has a reduced rake that creates extremely responsive handling. This reduced rake works in tandem with the inverted front fork for better steering input and agile movement.
Also, this bike has an easily adjustable mono-shock rear suspension. This mono-shock suspension allows you to access zippy acceleration and solid braking without interfering with the authentic hardtail look. Finally, this motorcycle has a raw dark aesthetic that is complemented by various blacked-out finishes and moto-style bars.
About the 2021 Suzuki Boulevard Model M109R
The 2021 Suzuki Boulevard model M109R comes with a V-Twin engine, a fuel injection system, dual triangular air cleaner covers, an aluminum alloy swingarm, and a high tensile frame. Riders will also get a set of front brakes that are designed for solid performance. With drag-style handlebars, this motorcycle has a stylish modern look.
Choose from two customizable paint colors with this Suzuki bike. The first is a shade of red, and the second is something that resembles royal blue. These paint colors are complemented by dark black accents. This motorcycle was designed to provide good performance riding in tight streets.
Side-By-Side Comparison of These Models
These motorcycles have a few similarities and many differences. Both motorcycles have powerful engines. The 2021 Low Rider® S has a nimble lightweight Softail frame while the 2021 Suzuki has a high tensile steel frame. The 2021 Low Rider® S has a blacked-out look with signature design features that can only be found on an iconic Harley-Davidson®. Alternatively, the 2021 Suzuki Boulevard has a modern look with rounded lines. The Low Rider® S has moto-style bars with 4-inch risers. The Suzuki has drag-style bars. The 2021 Low Rider® S has nimble performance, tons of torque, and responsive handling. The 2021 Suzuki Boulevard has a cast-aluminum alloy swingarm.
Which Bike is Better?
The 2021 Low Rider® S is rebellious, charming, and iconic. The 2021 Suzuki Boulevard has a modern look with compact design elements. The 2021 Low Rider® S from Harley-Davidson® is without a doubt the best choice if you want a highly customizable motorcycle that comes with a range of accessories and options.
For Test Rides Serving Revere West Bridgewater North Billerica Pocasset Visit Boston Harley-Davidson®
If you would like to come and test ride a 2021 Low Rider® S for yourself, we invite you to visit our Harley-Davidson® dealership. We serve riders in Bridgewater, Pocasset, North Billerica, and more! To learn more or to schedule a test ride, simply give us a call or visit our user-friendly test ride scheduling page online.