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Our most mile-devouring motorcycles. Equipped with more power-up to 114 cubic inches on select models-and incredible control so you can go further in comfort. Times have never been better for those with an appetite for adventure. The look that puts a Harley-Davidson® motorcycle miles apart from any other machine on the road. From the menacing dual Daymaker™ Reflector LED headlamps of the shark-nose fairing to the blacked-out talon wheels and stretched bags of the Street Glide® Special model. Stop people in their tracks and leave them in your dust. Enjoy your Harley-Davidson® Touring adventure!
BERGEN HARLEY-DAVIDSON® PROUDLY SERVING THE Clifton, Wayne, Fair Lawn, and Saddle Brook AREAS!
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"I went here years ago to look at bikes and there was no pressured sales tactics. They let me test ride with no hassle. The price wasn't right for me but they were very honest. I went here the other day to look at helmets and was impressed when the staff came over right away and helped us. The customer service is excellent and the showroom is clean and beautiful. I would say its worth traveling to."
- Corgi M
Valid at Bergen County Harley-Davidson® only. Offers cannot be combined. Restrictions may apply. See dealer for qualifications, residency restrictions and complete details.
Motorcycles can be hazardous to operate. For your safety: Always avoid paved surfaces; never ride on public roads. Always wear a helmet, eye protection, and protective clothing. Never carry passengers; never engage in stunt riding; never ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs; avoid excessive speed, and be particularly careful on difficult terrain. All riders 16 years of age and younger should always be under adult supervision. Bergen County Harley-Davidson® will not be responsible for damage to any rider, and or motorcycles under any circumstance. It is the sole responsibility of each rider, parent, or supervisor to ensure all safety measures are taken while riding any motorcycles. It is recommended that all motorcycle riders take an approved training course.