R.I.P. Harley-Davidson Dyna

Ryan Adams
by Ryan Adams

Gone, but certainly not forgotten

We at MO test the full gamut of motorcycles from cruisers to sportbikes and everything in between. While we are sad to see any relatively long-standing motorcycle model line vanish from production, we think the backlash regarding Harley-Davidson ending the Dyna line has gotten a bit ridiculous, just like the video below. Take a break out of your busy day for a couple of laughs with the video below, but if you’re at work, put in some headphones and prepare for some choice words from one of the most hated men in history.

Harley-Davidson Introduces All New 2018 Softail Line

Ryan Adams
Ryan Adams

Ryan’s time in the motorcycle industry has revolved around sales and marketing prior to landing a gig at Motorcycle.com. An avid motorcyclist, interested in all shapes, sizes, and colors of motorized two-wheeled vehicles, Ryan brings a young, passionate enthusiasm to the digital pages of MO.

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  • Auphliam Auphliam on Aug 31, 2017

    I understand people grow attached to things of this nature, but at some point you gotta move forward. As small as we might think this step is, it's big for the MoCo. I think the new bikes look great, and while I've not ridden one myself yet, from all I've read and seen, they perform much better than the Dyna ever did...and the new LowRider looks the tits, IMO. So what's all the bitchin about? People can't possibly be that attached to two mediocre shock absorbers.

  • Al Turner Al Turner on Aug 31, 2017

    I'm glad I have a Road King. I was thinking about buying a Dyna as well, but I guess now it'll probably be a sporty 1200.