I'm convinced that your coverage of new Harley-davidsons is in collusion with the guys who populate their corporate and dealership web pages. The details are thorough and accurate, right down to the last chrome nut, but one rarely sees a hint of the MSRP. They must enjoy that look of shock on customers' faces when they walk through the showroom. BOB GOMOLA DUBOIS, PA
We certainly should have provided pricing in the October issue, but H-D does plainly list pricing in its website, and you’ll find in our Heritage Classic 114 test and Street Bob sidebar prices are clearly listed.
After reviewing the Softail lineup it appears there are no H-D cruisers with a "standard" riding position. That's pretty weak. PAT CURRAN RED BLUFF, CA
Pat, this is the “cruiser” lineup. If Harleydavidson ever builds another sporting standard like the XR1200X, more people who say they want a standard-style bike from H-D should buy one. But you can fit mid-mount control to the Fat Bob, for example, and that’s pretty close.