Company Harley-Davidson put in the first new bike from the lineup in 2012, namely the bike Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback 2012, based on the model Dyna.
In comparison with the classical model of tourist Road King motorcycle Harley-Davidson Dyna Switchback weighs only 330 kg that is lighter by 43 kg.
In order to make good on the claim that the Switchback is “all about the handling,” Harley’s team of engineers weren’t going to simply tweak the front-end of an existing model in the Dyna platform to fit the SB.
According to the Switchback’s lead engineer, Brian Scherbarth, the single-sided exhaust and dual hard-shell saddlebags were designed specifically to this motorcycle, with styling as a main focus.
Black, 5-spoke cast aluminum wheels of the machine, 18 inch front, 17 inch rear
Front cover and rear spoiler complete
Chrome headlight nacelle
Chrome plated fork and rear shock covers
Chrome tank console with built-in switch
A classic black battery cover
Implementation of long-term pilot
One-piece, two seats stitched in place to measure
Engine cover painted gloss black powder
4.7 liters of fuel Street Bob
Stainless steel, mini ape-hanger handlebar is a pull-back risers
Quick release fork mounted on the windshield
2-in-1 Chrome exhaust muffler with straight cut
Nitrogen-charged, 36 mm monotube rear shocks are adjustable for preload dual rate springs
A cartridge front fork provides better damping 41.3 mm performance, handling and ride comfort
2-in-1 with straight cut chrome exhaust muffler tuned deep tone exhaust.