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My girlfriend and I rented the 2007 Harley-Davidson Heritage classic this past winter in Miami, Florida. Both the bike and the location were an absolute blast, and I’d recommend this spot to any motorcycle enthusiasts for a ny time of the year. This video just shows the highlights of the route we took, some of the best scenery be drove through, as well as some shots of the bike itself that we rented. We’ll be posting a more detailed video soon that covers the exact route through the A1A historic scenic highway.

Video: Miami Trip

 

 

See our exact itinerary below:

Miami up and down the scenic A1A

Downtown Miami

Coral Gables

Coconut Grove

Little Havana

Hillsboro Beach

Bocca Roton

Lake Worth

West Palm Beach

Palm Beach

 

Motorcycle:

2007 Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic

 

Upgrades:

Bassani fishtail pipes

Stage one kit

 

Displacement: 1573.0 ccm (95.98 cubic inches)

Engine type: V2, four-stroke

Torque: 119.2 Nm (12.2 kgf-m or 87.9 ft.lbs) @ 2750 RPM

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Glad you enjoyed it!

 

I rode a similar route in Jan and the roads were too straight for me!  Probably good for a Harley though.

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6 hours ago, geofferz said:

Glad you enjoyed it!

 

I rode a similar route in Jan and the roads were too straight for me!  Probably good for a Harley though.

You need to try up in the woods Yosemite way, plenty twisty roads 

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4 hours ago, Bender said:

You need to try up in the woods Yosemite way, plenty twisty roads 

Different state - long way away! 

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8 minutes ago, geofferz said:

Different state - long way away! 

I didn't say it was close 😁 

 

It's the only place in us (so far) we've been that had twisty roads.

 

The rest have been pretty but mind numbingly boring.

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1 hour ago, Six30 said:

Who else see Delboy and Rodney in his video :shock:

 

I looked but couldn't see them, I did see an Italian Mafia type guy who was a dead ringer for David Jason though :lol:

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On 24/03/2021 at 19:49, Bender said:

I didn't say it was close 😁 

 

It's the only place in us (so far) we've been that had twisty roads.

 

The rest have been pretty but mind numbingly boring.

Tail of the Dragon in Tennessee? Loads of small roads through the mountains of New England and the Pacific Northwest are pretty good too. Also the Natchez Trace - not a bad road at all.

The prairies and plains are dire though. What seems like miles without a bend.

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2 hours ago, Bender said:

Can't ride the dragon you fall off, it must be true I watched a YouTube video 😁 

I'm no TT wannabe but when I see some of the videos of folks trying to ride the dragon it makes me think I'm better than I am! 

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16 minutes ago, S-Westerly said:

I'm no TT wannabe but when I see some of the videos of folks trying to ride the dragon it makes me think I'm better than I am! 

You would actually have to try to be worse.

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      My girlfriend and I rented the 2007 Harley-Davidson Heritage classic this past winter in Miami, Florida. Both the bike and the location were an absolute blast, and I’d recommend this spot to any motorcycle enthusiasts for a ny time of the year. This video just shows the highlights of the route we took, some of the best scenery be drove through, as well as some shots of the bike itself that we rented. We’ll be posting a more detailed video soon that covers the exact route through the A1A historic scenic highway.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwxFMKkZbcE&t=37s
       
       
      See our exact itinerary below:
      Miami up and down the scenic A1A
      Downtown Miami
      Coral Gables
      Coconut Grove
      Little Havana
      Hillsboro Beach
      Bocca Roton
      Lake Worth
      West Palm Beach
      Palm Beach
       
      Motorcycle:
      2007 Harley-Davidson Heritage Classic
       
      Upgrades:
      Bassani fishtail pipes
      Stage one kit
       
      Displacement: 1573.0 ccm (95.98 cubic inches)
      Engine type: V2, four-stroke
      Torque: 119.2 Nm (12.2 kgf-m or 87.9 ft.lbs) @ 2750 RPM
       
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