Harley-Davidson has officially unveiled the 2015 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler Trike, joining Harley’s first three-wheeled motorcycle which is also updated for 2015 model, the Tri Glide Ultra Classic.
The new Freewheeler trike is designed for long-distance travel and comes with a hot-rod treatment such bobtail fenders, a lower stance, and 12-inch short-reach mini-ape-hanger handlebars with smaller grip sizes.
The 2015 Freewheeler is powered by rubber-mounted Twin Cam 103 engine with 1,690cc of air-cooled displacement, integrated oil cooler and is mated to a 6-speed Cruise Drive gearbox. The engine finished in Black with chrome covers, and it provides 104.7 ft-lb. at 3250 rpm while returning fuel economy of 39 mpg (Combined City/Hwy). Weighing at 1045 lbs., dry, the Freewheeler is nearly 150 lbs. lighter than the Tri Glide Ultra Classic.
The 2015 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler sits on a single 19-inch cast aluminum front wheel, and two 15-inch cast aluminum wheels. Highlight features include a hydraulic Assist and Shift clutch lever, a seven-piece nacelle with a dual halogen lamp tucked in tight against the 49mm telescopic fork and frame, as well as a low-profile waterproof trunk with a 2 cubic-foot capacity, hydraulically linked braking system, Foot-activated parking brake, Air-adjustable rear shocks, chrome dual exhaust with slash-down mufflers, electric reverse, and electronic cruise control.
The 2015 Harley-Davidson Freewheeler will be available in Vivid Black, Amber Whiskey, Superior Blue. The Vivid Black model is priced at $24,999, while the rest models cost $25,499.