Harley definitely took the usually chrome-tastic Heritage to a dark place with liberal blackout treatment scattered throughout the machine to include rims, front forks and shrouds, light cans, and engine components. Classic from the start, the Heritage rolls on laced rims with a chrome hub cover on the non-brake side that is set off nicely by the surrounding darkness. The front fender carries a full shape with high-cut sides for an unimpeded view of the front wheel and chrome trim at both ends that tastefully represent the old-style skirt-and-piping in an understated sort of way. The Heritage features large-diameter, wide-set forks to lend a definite beefiness to the look, and this is compounded by the whisker-mount passing lamps and turn signals that ride ahead of the barn-door windscreen. The lower half of the shield comes blacked out on the 114 for even more visual weight up front and a look not unlike the old windshield protectors from back in the day. The screen itself is of the detachable sort for quick conversion depending on the weather, your mood, or whatever.
Mini-apes raise the hands to something approaching shoulder height for a comfortable and commanding riding position.
A set of black, top-load saddlebags completes the gear in the rear.
This one owner example finished in Silver Fortune comes with a full service history.