1964 Harley-Davidson FLH Duo-Glide – Vintage Review
Back in the 1960s, if you were looking for an American-made motorcycle, the choice was easy. Harley-Davidson was the only U.S. motorcycle manufacturer and if you wanted to be “King of the Highway,” then your next stop was your local H-D dealer.
For the first half of the decade, Harley’s top of the line model was the FLH Duo-Glide. This machine had all the “bells and whistles,” plus the largest most powerful engine in the H-D lineup. Fully loaded with a windshield, hard luggage and both front/rear suspension, the Duo-Glide was the first true touring model to roll out of Milwaukee. The last year for this model was 1964, so I’ll be reviewing what is arguably the “peak” of Duo-Glide development…..
To read the rest of this well written review of a timeless classic, along with the excellent images I can’t recommend enough that you visit RideApart.com and find the article HERE