2006, a new Dyna body was introduced along with a new transmission. Also, the same year new models were the Street Bob.
2007, the Twin Cam engine was replaced by the fuel-injected Twin Cam 96 engine across the entire Harley-Davidson Big Twin lineup.
The Fat Bob was introduced in 2008. In the same year, the Wide Glide was offered as a limited edition 105th Anniversary model This was retired, coming back in 2010 with a bobber rear treatment. 2012 some Dynas obtain the TC103 engine, An updated version of the Low Rider returned in 2014, and replaced the Super Glide Custom.
Harley ended the Dyna platform in 2017. In 2018, The Dyna was replaced by a redesigned Softtail. Many of the existing features of the Dyna have been transferred to the new 2018 Softtail.
OK that was the basics.
The Dyna Low Rider checked out.
This is the Dyna Lowrider, I checked out. It has a low center of gravity makes for easier turning. A person 5 ft 5 in can easily put their feet down flat. Lightweight so it is easy to balance at stops.
103 cubic inch motor. Six Speed. It was designed to fit the rider ergonomically. Knees close in for best balance. Moving your feet from Footpegs to ground easily.
This one is a 2015.
XG750 Street – City Driving
This bike is small compared to the others I have posted on here. It is the 750. Small engine, small bike. Great for riding around town but not on long rides. It has get up and go. It has a liquid cooled V-twin engine. Six Speed.
Also, low to the ground easy to put the average height lady on and still be flat-footed. Really light like a sportster but really comfortable.
This one is a 2017.
This is a bike with flare. The Dyna Wideglide is a bit thick. Easy balance with a wide back tire. Twin cam 103 cubic inch engines also a six speed. Air Cooled.
This bike is a 2013.
Each of these bikes have a great center of gravity. Easy to handle.
Now for where I found them.
I have a guy I go to for my bikes. I own two Harley one for around town and one for the open road. My husband has the same, a runabout and an open road bike. I found that the Fort Worth Harley Dealer was more than accommodating for all of my questions.
NO, they did not look at me funny and were happy to explain everything to me. They let me test drive each bike. They were so happy to have lady looking for a bike.
They did not pressure me or tell me something was too big or small. They helped me make an educated decision on purchasing my bikes.
Just a note, I have been driving a standard all my driving life, I have had car dealers tell me straight out to pick an automatic because manual vehicles are for men. Needless to say I didn’t buy from them and still got the dream vehicles I wanted in Manual.
Chad at Fort Worth Harley has never treated me bad and if you choose to get a bike, go talk to him. He never has forgotten me. I walk in and he asks if I am ready to get another one or do I need info.
Several of the ladies that work there have told me how much they like the same bikes I do. If you have a question don’t hesitant to ask.
Most of the Harley Dealers I have been to are excited to tell you about there bikes.
They also have classes at most the dealerships. Safety is always and foremost important.
If you are looking for a bike, MAN or WOMAN please go check them out.
The Guy I recommend is Chad Bryson from Fort Worth Harley Davidson, 817.696.9090. 3025 West Loop 820 South. Forth Worth, Texas 76116.