A Ride of The Century for a motorcycle is a testament to the durability of an assembly line and to the quality of the components and workmanship.
It’s a rare event, and it’s an occasion for a lot of emotion and passion, which is why this is why I’m so excited to announce the ride of the year for my beloved Harley-Davidson line.
I was at the start of this year’s ride, which took place at the National Park Service headquarters in Virginia, when a reporter asked me if I’d be able to share the ride with you.
It’s a big day for Harley-Davidsons, because for the past five years I’ve been helping build the new 2016 Triumph Street Triple, a four-stroke bike that will be the first production model to come with the full-size battery option and the option to add a high-output rear-wheel drive.
This year’s Ride of Duty was a special occasion, too, because the Harley-Danner American Heritage motorcycle is finally getting a serious overhaul.
It was built on a brand-new, three-year-old chassis, and this time around the body has been repainted, which will help it look more like the original American Heritage.
The bike was also given a new headlight design and new tires, as well as a new engine and suspension system.
It even has its own unique nameplate, which was custom-designed by Harley-Ace’s Design Division.
And I was able to take my first ride on the new bike for the first time in the new owner’s manual.
That’s right, I’ve had the bike for about two years, and I’m very happy to say that it’s the first motorcycle I’ve ever owned that was fully-assembled.
You’ll notice that there are no new brakes, suspension, or gearbox upgrades, but there are some upgrades on the engine and transmission that have been incorporated to make it more efficient.
In my case, that means a more efficient 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with a twin-scroll-ratio carburetor and four valves per cylinder, along with a larger, larger camshaft and cylinder head.
That makes it more powerful and efficient than ever before.
The new engine also has a new, more powerful direct-injection six-speed automatic transmission that will allow for better handling and greater acceleration.
The 2016 Triumph American Heritage will go on sale in April, but you can check out the full 2016 Triumph street bike in my photo gallery, or check out our full review of the 2016 Triumph Stuntbike below.