Harley-Davidson Motorcycles of the 2000s

Harley-Davidsons of the 2000s Channel features classic Harleys and their stories. Check out this decade of Harley-Davidsons at HowStuffWorks.


The 2002 Harley-Davidson FXDL Dyna Lowrider offers one of the lowest seats of any Harley model. The standard Low Rider has accessory saddle bags and windshield and options for two-tone paint and spoke wheels. Check out the 2002 Dyna Lowrider.

Though the 2002 Harley-Davidson FXDWG3 is certainly not Harley-Davidson's first "factory custom" it just may be the most radical. From headlights to handlebars check out the radical custom features of the 2002 Harley-Davidson FXDWG3 motorcycle.

The 2002 Harley-Davidson FXSTB Night Train does not look much different from the model introduced in 1999. The original Night Train was a study in basic black. Learn how the 2002 FXSTB Night Train motorcycle remains true to its sinister origins.

Harley-Davidson has expanded the Sportster line to include models like the 2002 Harley-Davidson XL-883R Sportster inspired by looking back to the company's racing past. Read about the high-performing Harley-Davidson XL-883R Sportster motorcycle.

The 2002 Harley-Davidson XL-1200C Sportster has not changed much since its 1996 debut. Custom versions of the Sportster arrived as a way of adding big-Harley styling like two-tone paint to the middleweight line. Learn about the XL-1200c Sportster.

The 2002 Harley-Davidson VRSCA V-Rod is high-tech yet grounded in Harley tradition. Even those familiar with the rumors were stunned by the design sophistication of Harley's first "performance custom." Read about this exhilarating Harley motorcycle.

From the day the 2000 Harley-Davidson FXSTD Deuce was introduced Harley-Davidson has had trouble keeping up with demand. The combination of custom appearance and contemporary features has made it a hot seller. Read about the popular FXSTD Deuce.

The 2001 Harley-Davidson FLTR Road Glide offers comfort convenience and sportier looks than most touring bikes. The bike is easily recognized by its frame-mounted fairing with cut-down windshield and dual headlights. Check out the FLTR Road Glide.

When Harley-Davidson made the 2002 FLSTF Fat Boy it knew enough not to mess with success. The motorcycle carried on much as before with only a few styling and design changes. Learn about the 2002 FLSTF Fat Boy one of Harley's most popular models.

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