2010 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Trike

2010 Models: FLHXXX Street Glide® Trike
Harley-Davidson describes it as a lean, stripped-down, hot-rod styling to the three-wheel category. So, what do you get for a MSRP of $27,000?
A frame and associated chassis structure and geometry engineered specifically to handle the loads generated by the steering forces and weight of a three-wheel vehicle. A rubber-mounted ESPFI (electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection) Twin Cam 103″, with a 6-speed Cruise Drive Transmission. Air adjustable shocks. An extended and raked front end to optimize steering. A rear-axle assembly with lightweight aluminum center section. Dual front & rear disc brakes with lever parking brake. A trunk providing 4.3 cubic feet of storage for a total of 50 pounds. Adjustable floorboards. A 40-watt 2-speaker Harman/Kardon audio/CD/MP3 player. I hear that there is a waiting list…Good for Harley-Davidson.
harleytriglideharleytrigliderearHarley-Davidson describes it as a lean, stripped-down, hot-rod styling to the three-wheel category. So, what do you get for a MSRP of $27,000? A frame and associated chassis structure and geometry engineered specifically to handle the loads generated by the steering forces and weight of a three-wheel vehicle.
A rubber-mounted ESPFI (electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection) Twin Cam 103″, with a 6-speed Cruise Drive Transmission. Air adjustable shocks. An extended and raked front end to optimize steering. A rear-axle assembly with lightweight aluminum center section. Dual front & rear disc brakes with lever parking brake. A trunk providing 4.3 cubic feet of storage for a total of 50 pounds. Adjustable floorboards. A 40-watt 2-speaker Harman/Kardon audio/CD/MP3 player. I hear that there is a waiting list…Good for Harley-Davidson.
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9 Responses to “2010 Harley-Davidson Street Glide Trike”


  1. 1 Dave Blevins Aug 9th, 2009 at 12:16 pm

    Harley seems to be providing a product that will sell in this model. Good to see them coming around.

  2. 2 Bill Skoros Aug 9th, 2009 at 1:11 pm

    Now if only I could win the lottery so I could afford it…

  3. 3 jatinder pal Aug 11th, 2009 at 1:42 am

    I dont like trikes….sorry harley.

  4. 4 Geno Aug 12th, 2009 at 10:18 am

    I would like to see it without the fenders and rear box–
    might have potential for a chop ala servicar chops?

  5. 5 TwinsFan Aug 15th, 2009 at 12:16 am

    They have one at Twin City Harley in Lakeville, MN!! I would never buy but it looks very cool!!

  6. 6 handyman Jan 4th, 2010 at 7:01 pm

    to bad Harley is so greedy that they charge extra for a reverse gear,how would you back up without one?

  7. 7 KT Did Jul 1st, 2010 at 12:18 am

    I just bought one. I love it. I also own a Deluxe and a Ural and this one gives me comfort and speed I could never have enjoyed otherwise, without a lowering kit. I am 4’11” –@ 115lbs. and just would not be able to ride a 2 wheeled SG. So I very much enjoy this. Reverse gear: its not that hard to push it, if needed. I do, however, have the reverse… a little jolt when engaged. I don’t feel like an old geezer on it, its too sporty of a feeling when I ride. The sound system and the convenience of the cruise control is another I would never have been able to enjoy either. Riding it to Sturgis this year. I think I am spoiled by the perks on this machine.

  8. 8 jimbo Aug 13th, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    I just bought one and love it, except for electric reverse. It draws so much amperage that sometimes the engine quits running. have had a problem with squeeling brakes also. Harley has a problem admitting that my bike is not quite right. The reverse circit breaker trips if I try to do any incline backing up at all. Why don’t they just put a mechanical reverse in and use the engine to back up????? (Baker has a kit!!) Harley must know that there is a problem with reverse, because I paid $1,295.00 as an option on a 2010, and now it’s standard on all trikes and they are basically giving it away!!

  9. 9 KT Did Dec 13th, 2010 at 9:01 pm

    jimbo: I just read your reply. Yes my reverse was screwed up too. It went out on my way to Sturgis and had to stop and get it fixed in Reno. My front brake also went out in Tahoe… got it fixed and went on to Sturgis with no probs. When I came back, HD could not find the problem either. Instead they changed out my reverse and now it works just fine. Warranty covered it, but it was a little bit of a bummer pushing it back when I had too, although it wasn’t that hard. Same probs it looks like.

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