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    The 2015 Road King: Ready for Your Next Adventure

    Last updated 3 days ago

    As one of the latest additions of Project Rushmore, the 2015 Road King does not disappoint. Using the input of thousands of Harley-Davidson riders, the Road King was undoubtedly designed by aficionados, and made for other Harley devotees to enjoy. With incomparable control, feel, and style, the Road King is ready for your next adventure.


    One of the key features of the 2015 Road King is the air-adjustable suspension that comes standard with it. By simply adjusting the conveniently located air valve, you can adapt to lighter or heavier loads, and more. Touring models also feature Reflex Linked Brakes with Anti-lock Braking System. This will not only prevent your wheels from locking, but the linked brakes will ensure that the perfect amount of brake gets applied to each tire.


    The 2015 Road King was specifically designed to maximize comfort and functionality, utilizing over a hundred years of riding experience. The Two-Up Road King Seat was ergonomically designed to provide support without abandoning any sense of style. It is designed to relieve pressure in the thighs, and keep your feet closer to the ground. Additionally, the Road King was designed so that any compartment lid can be opened with one touch to guarantee convenience.


    The 2015 Road King is equipped with the Twin Cam 103 engine that exudes classic Harley-Davidson elegance and power. One of the trademarks of any Harley-Davidson is the fuel tank, and the Road King is no exception. Designed with a dual-color paint scheme, fuel tanks never looked so good.

    Interested in feeling the excitement of riding a Harley-Davidson? You can schedule a test ride with the 2015 Road King and more at Harley-Davidson of Ocean County located in Lakewood, New Jersey. As a full-service dealer, we offer new and used motorcycles, along with dedicated parts and services departments. Call us at (732) 719-3196, or visit our website to find out more.

    Choosing New Tires for Your Motorcycle

    Last updated 10 days ago

    Your motorcycle only rides as good as the tires that it uses. Those two round, black pieces of rubber are the key components keeping you and your bike on the ground. Tires have minimal upkeep and do not have to be changed very often, but there will come a time when every motorcycle rider will have to replace them. Here are some tips for purchasing new tires for your bike.

    Buying Original Tires

    Bike makers usually partner with a particular tire manufacturer to design their motorcycles with specific tires in mind, in order for it to ride exactly as intended. The best, and most reliable, strategy when buying new tires is to get the exact model you are replacing. However, this can oftentimes be expensive. At most motorcycle parts retailers, if you provide them with the make and model of your bike, they can provide you with an array of different-priced tires to choose from that will work.

    Tire Dimensions & Speed Rating

    Being knowledgeable about your motorcycle’s tire size dimensions can help you choose new ones. On modern tires, the dimensions are typically shown as three numbers on the sidewall. These are the tires’ width, aspect ratio, and wheel diameter. With this information, you can find multiple tire options to choose from. Additionally, if you want to optimize your motorcycle for a certain speed, consider looking at the speed index rating located on the tire wall.

    Dual Compound Tires

    Depending on how you intend to use your bike, dual compound tires may be a good option. Some tire manufacturers make products that are made of two different rubber materials in order to manipulate performance. For example, the shoulder of the tire might have a different material than the center in order to handle corners better.

    Harley-Davidson of Ocean County is a full-service dealer that specializes in both new and used Harley-Davidson motorcycles, as well as parts and accessories. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff always provide exceptional customer service to help you find what you are looking for. Come see us in Lakewood, New Jersey, or call us today at (732) 719-3196 to find out more.

    Introducing the 2015 Harley-Davidson Switchback

    Last updated 17 days ago

    You never know what life has in store, and you certainly never know what’s ahead on the open road. That’s why the new Harley-Davidson Switchback allows you to change your ride depending on your mood. With its detachable windshield and saddlebags, the Switchback can go from cruising to touring and back in seconds. Take the convertible features off for a powerful, head-turning street cruiser and re-attach them for a comfortable and light-handling touring bike.

    Come to Harley-Davidson of Ocean County to test ride the new Switchback today. Visit our website to browse our current inventory of new and used Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Visit our dealership in Ocean County, NJ or call us at (732) 719-3196 to schedule a test ride.

    A Look at the New Triple Vent System

    Last updated 24 days ago

    We get it—you want to ride your Harley-Davidson as long as possible. The key to long-distance riding is staying comfortable. That’s why Harley-Davidson developed the Triple Vent System jacket, the best airflow management system ever created by the great American motorcycle company. With three tiered air vents and stay-open snap tabs, you control the airflow to stay as cool and comfortable as you need to be.

    Watch this video to learn more about the new Triple Vent System jacket from Harley-Davidson. If you would like to pick this jacket up for yourself or a loved one, come to Harley-Davidson of Ocean County. You can all the latest H-D gear at our showroom in Ocean County, NJ. If you have questions, please call us at (732) 719-3196.

    Style Meets Performance in the 2015 Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two

    Last updated 1 month ago

    If you want to get a feel for the glory days of chopper cruising in America, visit your local Harley-Davidson dealer and test-ride the new XL1200V Sportster Seventy-Two. Combining authentic ‘70s chopper attitude with modern power and premium Harley-Davidson styling, the new Sportster Seventy-Two is throwback and forward-thinking all at the same time. Here’s a closer look at the 2015 Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two.

    Authentic Styling                                                                                     

    The first thing you’ll notice about the Seventy-Two is its nod to classic chopper styling of the 1970s. Mini ape-hanger handlebars, a retro air cleaner cover, whitewall tires and laced wheels, and a classic peanut fuel tank are just a few of the styling elements that make the Seventy-Two one of the baddest throwback bikes on the road today.

    Comfortable Design

    Comfort is an important element of chopper cruising. After all, you never know how long you’ll be on the road once you encounter perfect weather and a good stretch of asphalt. Fortunately, the 2015 Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two is designed to keep you comfortable throughout the entire ride. Custom forward-mounted controls allow you to stretch your legs for the ultimate cruise across the state line, while the ergonomic hand control help you feel more dialed in, comfortable, and attuned to the road and everything around you.

    Aggressive Performance

    The heart and soul of the Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two is the 1200cc Evolution engine. Air-cooled and durable as hell, this unwavering powerplant provides all the get-up you need to cruise around town or make a break for the other side of the country. And thanks to increased reliability, your main worry will be about taking in the freedom of the open road, and not the condition of your bike’s engine.

    Visit Harley-Davidson of Ocean County to see the Sportster Seventy-Two up close and in person. As the leading Harley dealer in the Tri-State area, we are known throughout PA and NJ for our selection of new and used Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Contact us online or call us at (732) 719-3196 to schedule your test ride today.

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