Harley Davidson Sidecars
April 5, 2009 by admin
Motorcycle sidecars are attention-grabbers. Kids run to them when they’re parked and people wave at motorcycles on the road that have a sidecar attached. Why? It’s plain and simple: sidecars are great fun!
A sidecar is a one-wheeled ’seat’ that is attached to the side of a motorcycle. Early sidecars were made so that they could be removed from the cycle. Sidecars were first seen in the early 1900s and were commonly seen and even used by the armed forces in several countries. By the 1950s motorcycle sidecar races were popular and today the sport has followers in the United States, Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
Harley Davidson is the single major motorcycle manufacturer today to offer sidecars.
Sidecars draw attention like no other vehicle on the road. You can purchase a Harley Davidson TLE Ultra Sidecar 105th Anniversary Edition. This sidecar is equipped with a windshield, a single disc brake, carpeted interior and is painted to match the color of the motorcycle it will be attached to. The passenger is offered great comfort and safety in this Harley Davidson sidecar. The side rails are padded and it is equipped with a knee rest and a forward footrest. There is a lockable, carpeted storage compartment behind the fold-down seat. This sidecar is the ultimate in comfort and safety.
This sidecar, like others produced by Harley Davidson can be equipped with advanced audio systems also, making them even more enjoyable to ride in.