Spence takes the recently released Harley-Davidson Street Glide ST for an interstate ride from Melbourne, to the small country town of Bribbaree in New South Wales. The new Street Glide ST may be the perfect tool for such a trip, with its torquey new twin, loud audio system, hard bags and long-haul ergos. Watch the video here…
2022 Harley-Davidson Touring updates
For 2022, Harley-Davidson has released a number of changes across its existing line-up, with key models gaining the company’s largest Milwaukee-Eight 117 engine to boost power, and new ST variants to add touring comforts like a windscreen and panniers.
The 2022 Harley-Davidson Street Glide, Road Glide and Low Rider models now come standard with a 1917cc V-twin engine that generates 167Nm of torque, which translates to a 6Nm boost compared to the outgoing 1868cc unit.
The aforementioned models are now also available in new ‘ST’ variants (T for touring), which get a unique riding position with taller suspension, a large screen for wind protection and high-mounted hard pannier bags, among other changes.
An array of new colourways and exterior details have also been revealed across the 2022 Harley-Davidson line-up, including for its top-end CVO models which see unique hand-painted design elements.
Softail Standard – $22,995
Street Bob 114 – $26,250
Sport Glide – $29,750
Low Rider S – $30,750
Fat Bob 114 – $31,750
Low Rider ST – $35,250
Heritage Classic 114 – $36,250
Fat Boy 114 – $36,250
Breakout 114 – $36,250
Pan America Special – $33,495
Road King Special – $39,495
Road Glide Special – $41,995
Street Glide Special – $41,995
Ultra Limited – $43,995
Road Glide Special ST – $44,995
Street Glide Special ST – $44,995
Freewheeler – $49,250
Tri Glide Ultra Classic – $59,250
CVO Street Glide – $58,250
CVO Road Glide – $58,750
CVO Road Glide Limited – $61,750
CVO Tri Glide – $76,250
Spencer has a keen eye for hard news, and does some of his best living on deadline day. He loves more than anything to travel on his motorcycle, and is adamant that Melbourne Bitter is a world-class lager. He also knows how to operate the big computery thing in the office. By night, Spencer plays guitar with Melbourne punk outfit LOUTS.