H-D at their very best. You just have to love the low look and the bulldog stance. The limited 7.9-litre tank is an annoyance, but the reason it is called a Forty-eight is a nod to the 1948 machines that first featured this small tank design – so blame your granddad!
Much like the Forty-eight, the 883 Iron is a raw and stripped-back Harley that is bang on the current custom bike fashions. Powered by the smaller 883 air-cooled motor, this is a great entry into the world of Harley-davidson and doesn’t break the bank.