Discussion in 'Dyna Models' started by ghostrider69, Jul 29, 2009.
Hey, Dyna Guys,
Which Dyna do yall think is the best and the most comfy?
Dyna wide glide
well this is kinda a loaded question because people allways be biass to the bike they own/i'll try and not do that....i own a wideglide its a great bike tons of chrome from the factory.it has foward controlls from the factory.no with that said,those foward controlls look way kool but after 5 hours in the saddle there not so great.if i was going to buy a new dyna i think i would have to go with the streetbob it has the mini apes (way comfy bars) but it does not have foward controls and i would leave it that way and just add highway pegs so when my leggs get sore i can move to a different riding position.hey theres nothing wrong with a superglide either! i just prefer the bars on the streetbob
biass pay this post no mind LOL
Absolutely the Wide Glide, no other harley compares. No arguement about that. (that ought to get someone fired up):lero
Love my Wide Glide,its nice and laid back and comfortable The for ward controls are the best,I just need a new seat to keep the wife happy. Excellent piece of iron!!
Mine is a Street Bob with LePera bare bone seat and I love it.
But I rekon that the more confortable in absolute should be the Super Glide Custom, even thiguh I think it has a too ordinary look for my taste.
I would say a Wide Glide, but that is the only Dyna I have ridden. My XL883C Sportster use to kill my back in a half hour. So much so that I had to intermittently move my legs to the rear pegs to relieve the stress. I can ride the WG for hours and have not even a twinge of back pain. They both are/were equipped with forward controls and drag bars, but the riding position is much better on the WG than the Sporty.
street bob my choice
I believe for me the DYNA LOW RIDER..with highway pegs to stretch out,,,
i often ride 9 hrs a day( stopping every 1.5 - 2 hrs) and am really comfortable with this ride,,and in the twistys...
and low to the ground for short legs of mine.
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