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Dreams do come true | Harley Davidson Heritage Softail | Ownership Review

"whats meant for you will never miss you,
what missed you was never meant for you"

Imam Ali

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If you read most of my threads here they have always started with the words Harley Davidson. But this one is actually about it. Read on


A small backstory

30 years ago studying in school, i happened to miss my bus on a rainy Friday evening. Our school was the Bishops School in Pune camp area and was home to a lot of boarders from different cities and countries. As a treat for them every friday evening a movie was shown in the school auditorium and while waiting for my dad to pick me up the teacher asked me to wait there. I think most of you by now may have guessed the movie, yes Terminator. While the human robot story was too much for me to digest the one thing that struck me was the motorcycle. The big black metal brute of a bike. And that's how the love affair began.
Over the years of gathering information on Harley Davidson, i knew that one day I just had to own one. There were no 2 ways about it. I just had to be patient and wait for the one. I did mean while buy a Ninja 650, sold it and bought it back yup it actually happened and you can read about it in my Ninja 650 thread.

So with Ninja back and the sporty (at least for me) side taken care of in this practical no nonsense sports bike, i had 2 options. A Adv or a cruiser.
So with all the courage i had i started the conversation with my ever supporting wife

me :- " i think i want to add a larger powerful bike to the garage "
wife:- "since you have bought up the topic am sure you have already shortlisted something "
me:- "actually not. but will be a Harley or a adv like a tiger"
wife:- "are you going to buy the Harley even after the tiger"
me:- "yes you know that"
wife:- "Then lets just get the Harley first "

Buying decision and looking around

Now over the years i had visited and seen many harleys around. Right from the Iron to the Custom 1200. But i knew they were not the one and i always wanted a big Harley and these were just not cutting it. I knew the one i wanted to buy would be a keeper and was not in the mood to compromise


Me trying and ogling at various harleys in different dealerships all over

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Started with some pre owned options for the fat boy which were quite a few. I was more keen on the older twin cam shaped fat boy or Heritage than the new ones.
Kept hunting everyday through olx and through Facebook ads but just no luck for anything.Some were ridiculously priced, some were very high run, and some were out state registration with funky histories.
Then out of the blue came across an Instagram advertisement, of a Heritage classic sitting at the Pune dealership, with just 3300kms on the clock and with full service history. The owner was upgrading to a Road Glide and had got this in for exchange. I was over the moon and went to check it immediately the very next day! Asked my friend and owner of Hyperion Superbikes Mihir to accompany me to take a look at it. After all i needed someone with who thought from the head too!


So on a gloomy Monday evening (i know a but filmy but exactly the same weather 30 years ago! ) we landed up at the showroom and there it was in all its glory. Oh my it was perfect even better than what i had ever imagined. In the first 1 minute of seeing it i knew this was the one. This is where the 30 year old dream turns to reality which was better than i could have ever imagined.

Love at first Sight
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But of course we needed to check the mechanicals, and someone who was not so emotionally invested as me, Mihir was there. He gave it a once over with a magnifying glass, checked if everything added up, went over the service history and saw everything checked out. He just looked and me and nodded. A bit of negotiations and the deal was sealed and it was mine. I was finally a Harley Davidson owner!!

Buying Process
Since this was an unplanned purchase, i had to plan my finances. I did pay a token amount on my credit card just so that they block the bike and not show it to anyone. Rest of it was smooth sailing and a big thanks to Mayur and Pavan for constantly keeping in touch on Whatsapp with me. The rest of the finances fell in place in a weeks time and delivery was fixed for 19th August.


Being welcomed by Mayur and Pavan of the 2 river Harley Davidson Team
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Delivery Day and Experience
To say the rest of the week was a blur would be an understatement.Work seemed distracting and I was always eager for the next day to start. And to start and end again till finally D day arrived. This was it. A major milestone was about to be crossed.
Delivery was a standard and traditional Harley affair with the chain cutting

Finally
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The chain cutting ceremony. Tougher than it looks. Apparently thats the strength you need to handle a Harley Davidson

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Covers Off

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Mine. Finally Mine

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Rolling out

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The traditional coconut breaking. Had to do it outside the showrrom as I did not want to smash up their floor
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The wife. Finally relieved and Happy. She wont admit it but was teary eyed. We had discussed Harleys for 14 years of our marriage and its finally here. I must say, she played a larger part in this dream than me too, it takes a lot to sacrifice for someone elses dream and that too a selfish purchase like a motorcycle.
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Went home and then for a quite dinner. Was drained, emotionally, mentally and physically and took me a few days to recover !


Positives


Attention Magnet.

Its huge. Has tremendous road presence. People want to click pics and selfies with it all the time. I was even asked not once but a couple of times to move aside to proper pictures can be captured. Talk about playing second fiddle to your motorcycle!

Comfort
Its a sofa on 2 wheels. The seat is huge and wide, and the pillion seat is also comfortable with a wide and comfortable backrest. Big saddle bags which come as standard ensure that there is sufficient luggage space and no backpacks are required

Agile
This I would never believe till I experienced it first hand. Yes its a bit cumbersome at low speeds and has the turning radius of a mid size sedan, but once it gets going the 340 kilo weight just vanishes. Having low center of gravity helps as well.

Quality
Everything reeks of quality. The chrome, the switch gears the spokes the seats. Everything feels that with proper care it will last a lifetime. The paint job is absolutely superior. Its been custom painted which ill cover later.

Standard Fitment and Accessories
I think this is one fun part of owing a Harley. U can accessorize everything. Literally everything. Besides Harley's own massive catalog there are plenty of aftermarket sellers around. Having a Ninja which barely needs any accessory this was a whole different experience. Its very easy to get carried away and order everything but some restrain was needed! Although the Heritage is almost fully loaded right out of the box with the auxiliary lamps, the pure leather saddle bags with the matching studs and the giant windscreen being standard. But even after that the previous owner has gone all out with additional accessories fit.

Negatives

Heat
Cant be described as anything but painful. Especially in Bumper to Bumper traffic. Its gotten better as i have got used to the gearing as well as added heat shields which have helped in a big way.

Attention Magnet
I know i have stated this as a positive too but can get nerve wracking at times especially when parked in public. Its hard to let it out of sight.

Not Practical for every terrain
A ride on the Harley needs a bit of planning. Never had to do that on the Ninja. But then again its not made for certain terrain although in my ownership am surprised at the amount of "rough roads" it can handle. Speed breakers especially with a pillion do require some amount of planning.

Cost of Spares and Accessories
Some of the prices of the accessories are plain ridiculous. Probably as its famously called "Harley Tax" Lucky that i have found a pre owned one which was loaded with accessories some of which I would have never installed if I was buying now. Will cover the accessories installed in a detailed post.


A short ride report

Based on the 1500 odd kms i have put in in the 3 months i have had it here are some of my observations

Engine
The star of the show. The Twin Cam 103cubic engine is smooth and refined. Takes a few kilometers to get warmed up and into its stride but once out of the hghway it really comes into its own and u can cruise at 120kms or so all day long. There is a lot of pull available in almost every gear and its really enjoyable. Accelaration is linear and you should be a cruiser fan to enjoy it.

Gearbox
It took me a little getting used to the 6 speed unit. Very very different from my smooth shifting Ninja 650s gearbox. Every shift is a huge "clunk" and you it does take some time getting used to it. Although am happy to report that that till date there has not been a single false shift. Neutral takes a bit of time to find but not difficult once you get used to it.

Suspension and ride quality
This is where the Heritage (and am assuming most softails) really shine. The ride is plush and almost sofa like. It absorbs most bumps and potholes on the highway easily . The huge forks upfront along with the twin gas charged shocks at the rear work brilliantly.

Ergonomics
I think this is one area where the heritage scores over most softails especially the fatboy. The handlebar is larger, the seats are larger and the full size floorboards everything falls into place to provide one of the most comfortable saddles to be in. You are sitting into the bike rather than on it and 700 800 km days should not be a problem which I would not attempt on the Ninja.


Alternatives Considered
None after I saw this bike. But just before the Heritage came in the picture I had negotiated a deal for a Fatboy in mumbai which was pretty much stock. Turned out to be a blessing in disguise that deal never went through.

Final thoughts

A purchase like a Harley Davidson is an emotional decision. You cannot purchase such motorcycles with your head. For cross country and globe-trotting an adv would make more sense but then who said life has to always be sensible and practical. I had many a times thought of settling down with a sportster or a custom 1200 or something which would have been possible much earlier, but then deep down i knew there were not the one. The heritage pulls at the heartstrings and that for me is one of the most important reasons to buy a motorcycle. I hope the heritage is going to be a keeper (I almost am sure, but I will wait to be certain) and is going to be my partner in the long trips I have planned for the coming year. I also plan to take the HOG membership in the next couple of days and would love to experience the rallies and culture that is so widely spoken about.

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Apologies in advance for some of the accessories being a bit dirty as these set of pictures were taken just after a ride.
Accessories Installed

The number of accessories installed required a separate post by itself. Ill first cover all the accessories that the motorcycle came with and then will cover a few that I have installed.

Accessories already installed

1. Screaming Eagle Exhausts (33000/-)
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Make it sound like a true Harley. They are just the perfect sound not too loud and too soft. I have heard Vance N Hines and in my opinion they sound slightly better, but they would eventually get too loud for long distance touring and would give me a headache!

2. Harley Davidson Day Maker Led light (45000/-)
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I was shocked when I heard the price. The throw of the lights is actually very good and there is a small harley logo too in the light which actually illuminates!!
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3. Harley Davidson Day Maker Auxilary Led Lights (30000/-)
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Matching Daymaker Auxilary lamps. The illumination from these are excellent as well.

4. Rider Footboards (16000/-)
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The rider footboards were upgraded along with matching brake and gear shift levers.

I upgraded the passenger foot pegs to aftermarket ones which match the original ones perfectly (3500/-)
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5. Cow Bell Horn (7000/-)
The horn was upgraded to a chrome cow bell horn. Nice and loud.
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6. Custom Paint Job (75000/-)
The bike was custom painted before the previous owner had taken delivery itself. Its a beautiful color with sparkles and makes it even more of an attention magnet than it already is. The picture was taken after a deep detailing session which I got done to ensure the shine lasts forever. Had taken the leather bags off to get them restored before I gave it for detailing so all the corners could be reached.
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7. Harley Davidson Phone Charger (7000/-)
Made out of solid chrome along with Harley Davdson branding!
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8 Leather Mudflap with matching studs and concho (4500/-)
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This takes matching to a whole new level!!

Accessories installed by me
1. Front Axle Covers (2500/-)
The bike had already come with front axle covers but i found them rather plain looking so switched to aftermarket blade type ones which look super cool
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2. Heat Sheilds (1800/-)
This has to be one of the best purchases I have made. It helps a lot at keeping the heat away from the legs especially in bumper to bumper traffic
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3. Wind Deflectors (original Harley Davidson ones bought from a friend for 6000/-)
On one of the rides I noticed a lot of buffeting on the helmet. Upon a bit of research on HD forums i came to know of these wind deflectors helping a lot in cutting it down. I have been on a couple of rides after I have installed them and although they have not cut it down entirely, they have helped to a large extent. Besides I love how they look and make the bike a lot more aggressive when viewed head on. They even have small HD logo cutouts at the bottom which look so cool!

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4. Luggage rack with flag pole (Again original HD bought pre owned from a friend 6000/-)
A new luggage rack costs nearly 20k! I wonder why? Was lucky to find this one from a friend who was turning his bike into a chopper.

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5. After marker LED tail light (5500/-)
The original tail light was fine its just that for some reason it kept blowing its bulb. After changing the bulb thrice i switched to a Led tail lamp. Its much brighter than the original.
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6. Custom Made Leather Tank Bib with a Leather Pouch (4500/-)
Got this custom made with matching studs. Just keeps the tank safe from the top especially while filling fuel
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7. Custom Number plate (1550/-)
Got a custom number plate designed from a person on Instagram. Delivered in 4 days flat

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Compiling all of my rides which i have done in the recent 3 months into one post. All rides have been in and around Poona, (under 300 kms round trip) and hopefully will attempt a few longer ones in the coming few months!

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Re: Dreams do come true | Harley Davidson Heritage Softail | Ownership Review

Wow, what a bike! I ride a Harley for the same reasons, saw the T2 when i was in standard 7, loved the Fatboy so much it became a life goal, brought a sportster as a stopgag and loved it every bit. Planing to add a adv for touring needs and am still sure I'll add that pre M8 Fatboy to my garage and it will be the one Harley I own for my lifetime. Love the Heritage too ,but brain can't fanthom the spoke wheels. Kudos on getting a great bike and being in peace of achieving a life goal! Freedom!
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Have always been a Harley fanboy! Read your review and felt a personal connection with this beauty! She’s an absolute stunner of a brute, wishing you many happy miles with her.
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Was waiting for this review ! Extremely detailed as usual and great set of photos to go along with it.

Congrats and wish you many happy miles of riding.
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Congratulations, Hamza on acquiring one of the most iconic two-wheelers!

The custom paint-job is amazing and I agree that it is adding to it's crowd puller characteristics.

I remember you talking passionately about this acquisition of yours when we met last month. Yet to see and ride alongside this beauty. Let's plan that sometime this month.

Once again, congratulations and wish you many happy miles of cruising!
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Congratulations Hamaza and welcome aboard the HOG and "Softail" family .

Wishing you miles and miles of happiness and hope to meet on the road sometime soon.

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Simply wow!
Wish you many happy miles with your awesome ride.
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Remove the windshield to get rid of the buffeting. Nothing else will work. And it’s quite irritating. I had it on my fatboy (installed by previous owner who didn’t use the bike- just 38kms) but I got it removed when I bought the bike. My friend in the road king also got rid of his on day 1. That’s what’s causing it. Drop it.
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Wonderful motorcycle, could not stop staring at the pics, completely drool-worthy. I wish you many miles of happy and safe riding

Please forgive me if I am mistaken and off-topic but I am asking this because you mentioned you studied at Bishops School Camp (I studied there too) and your TBHP handle is Hamza who was one of my friends name at school

I just wondering if I found a long-lost friend on this forum and whether you used to stay in Fatima Nagar too (in Parekh Towers)?

Sorry for silly questions
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Beautiful paint on that one. Classic.
I am not fan of that heat shield at all. Although it stops your under thighs from getting the heat, it also disrupts the air flow to rear cylinder. Rear cylinder already gets very little air flow being behind that massive front cylinder. Motor Company gives the rear cylinder very conservative ignition timing ( when compared to the front cylinder) just for that reason. When you put that thing on the bike, rear runs even hotter, as much as 30*c more head temperature.
It might give you some comfort but it really ruins the performance and longevity.
What you can do is either install a rear head cooling fan, or run the rear cylinder 10-15% richer AFR or both, to get rid of that heat on thighs.
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Congratulations Hamza on the HD Heritage! A beautiful bike this is and splendid pictures as always.

Cheers to your work rides to Mahabaleshwar so that we can check out more clicks of this beauty
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