Harley-Davidson® Grand American Touring Motorcycles

Browse Harley-Davidson® touring motorcycle models from Susquehanna Valley Harley-Davidson. We have a wide selection of touring bikes for sale from this famed company's top touring lines. Our knowledgeable representatives are ready to walk you through our inventory and help you choose the right bike for you. Shop with Susquehanna Valley Harley-Davidson to get a powerful, comfortable touring motorcycle from the nation's top brand.


Shop touring models available in the Harley-Davidson lineup for this type of bike. We may already have your dream machine in stock among our new Harley-Davidson motorcycles for sale. If not, we can order any model for you. Just request a model!

Road King

2015 Harley-Davidson Road King in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - Photo 1

The Road King is a simple design for riders who love a classic look. This touring bike has a fairing-free design with mini-ape handlebars, prodigy wheels and lowered suspension. Harley backs the classic design with modern touring performance features like a Milwaukee-Eight 114 V-Twin engine and a white Daymaker LED headlamp. 


Road Glide

2023 Harley-Davidson Road Glide® in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - Photo 1

The Road Glide is Harley-Davidson's sharknose touring bike model with frame-mounted fairing. The Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-Twin engine provides ample power to cut through the air while cruising down long roads. With upright seating and Daymaker LED headlamps, the rider has excellent visibility. 




Street Glide

2023 Harley-Davidson Street Glide® ST in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - Photo 1

Harley's Street Glide is a touring motorcycle with fork-mounted batwing fairing. Effortlessly rip down open roads with a 100 horsepower Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-Twin engine. The Street Glide is a sleek bike with plenty of comfort features for riders and passengers.


Ultra Limited

2023 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - Photo 1

The Ultra Limited is Harley-Davidson's premium touring motorcycle. The Twin-Cooled™ Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine provides effortless power, while the fork-mounted batwing fairing looks sharp in any color. Features like heated grips, six-speed cruise control and vented fairing put this model over the top. 



Electra Glide

2013 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Classic in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania - Photo 1

Harley Davidson's Electra Glide is an urban touring motorcycle ready for bumps in the road. Its 17-inch wheels, anti-lock brakes and spring-preload adjustable shock rear suspension allow the Electra Glide to cruise with ease as the Milwaukee-Eight® 107 V-Twin engine drives it forward. The Electra Glide's batwing fairing yields a classic look that traditionalists love. 

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Harley Street Glide vs. Road Glide 

Harley-Davidson's Street Glide and Road Glide are two popular touring motorcycles that riders love for their power and control. The two bikes share a lot in common. 

Each comes with a Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine that packs a whopping 111 pound-feet of torque. Their anti-lock brakes offer plenty of stopping power, even on slick surfaces. Their seat height is the same and they include a passenger seat. Both motorcycles come with the Boom!™ Box 4.3 twin-speaker sound system. 

There are reasons to choose either the Street Glide or Road Glide, many of which come down to personal preference. Here's a quick summary of the differences between these popular models to help you decide. 

Differences Between the Street Glide and Road Glide Touring Bikes

When comparing the Street Glide and Road Glide lines, you'll notice a few cosmetic differences. 

The Street Glide has a single headlight, while the Road Glide has dual headlights. The Road Glide's headlights are LEDs, helping you see and be seen in any condition. Street Glides made after 2020 feature an LED bulb in their single headlight.

Sitting down on the bike, you'll notice some differences in the console and mirrors. The Street Glide has four complete gauges in addition to its radio, while the Road Glide has two. The Road Glide also has more front-end storage than the Street Glide. There's a spacious storage compartment on either side. Looking to the left and right, the Road Glide's mirrors are built into the handlebars while the Street Glide's mirrors attach to the fairing. 

The fairing is the greatest difference between the Road Glide and Street Glide. The Street Glide has a batwing fork-mounted fairing. Turning the handlebars moves the entire assembly, which takes slightly more work than turning the Road Glide. The Road Glide's shark nose fairing mounts to the frame. The result is an aerodynamic design that is marginally easier to maneuver. 


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Purchase a New or Used Harley-Davidson Touring Motorcycle 

Ready to hit the road on a new Harley? You can find Harley touring bikes for sale at our lot in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. We have an extensive inventory of new or used Harley touring motorcycle bike models and a friendly sales team ready to show you around. In the meantime, check out our selection online and request information about a model you like or schedule a test ride.