For Harley-Davidson, the 2017 Street Rod 750 is a sportier version of the 2015 Street Rod. With a 749 cc liquid-cooled V-twin fed by Mikuni EFI, the Street Rod comes with more cornering and ground clearance, giving it a “dragster” stance.

Other changes over the Street 750 include mid-mounted foot controls, as well as design cues taken from the Harley-Davidson XLCR of the seventies. ABS and twin front brake discs, along with upside-down forks are standard fitment in front, with a single disc at the rear, coupled with twin shock absorbers.

We found the Street Rod handled well in an urban setting during our media ride in Singapore, and the torquey engine and smooth gearbox functioned well as a unit. Watch the video, and read the full ride impression of the 2017 Harley-Davidson Street Rod.