1994 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King
Launched in the 1994 model year Harley-Davidson Road King is the direct descendant, and the replacement of, the Electra-Glide Sport. Like the Electra-Glide Sport that it replaced, the Road King had hard saddlebags and a windshield but no fairing. One defining feature of the Road King was its hefty, retro headlight and shrouded upper forks, reminiscent of the Big Twins of the 1960s.

The '94 Road King is powered by a carburettored 1340 cc Evolution 45° V-twin engine with a 60hp output. The '94 Road King gets power to the road by means of a 9-plate wet clutch, a 5-speed transmission and belt final drive.

The Road King featured air-adjustable forks, dual front disc brakes, and the saddlebags, windshield and passenger seat were easily removed, leaving you with a genuine solo Electra Glide; positioning it as a combination touring machine and cruiser.
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