The Motor Company updates the look of its three-wheeler
In addition to cruisers, baggers and tourers, Harley-Davidson also has trikes in its range. These three-wheeled models allow the company to open up to a wider public since they do not require a motorcycle license in a certain countries.
While the road-going Tri Glide Ultra remains the same for this new model year, the Milwaukee-based manufacturer has decided to make some cosmetic changes to the Freewheeler for 2023, dusting off its look while keeping the overall look and feel of the American trike.
The biggest change is to the rear wheels. The Motor Company has decided to say goodbye to the 15-inch wheels in favor of a pair of 18-inch cast aluminum wheels painted a glossy black and exposing its nuts.
The 16-spoke design, also adopted on the front, modernizes the styling without almost touching the rest of the bike. However, Harley-Davidson has added a new, darker variant where chrome is replaced by a black finish on the front end, headlight pod, fuel tank console, hand-held foot controls, engine and exhaust.
The trike is still powered by the Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-Twin with electric reverse, equipped with its Mini-ape handlebars and truncated mudguards as well as its 60 liter trunk.