NOT EVERY Harley-Davidson rumbling around Cuba dates to the pre-revolution era. Several machines at the Harlistas rally were from more recent decades. How did they get to the island? Oh, probably by boat.

Front disc brake is one clue that this Heritage Softail Classic is a modern model. Introduced in the mid-1980s, the Heritage Softail remains in production today. 

Foreground: '65 or later Electra Glide; background: Harley Sportster.

Like the Heritage Softail, the Road King that arrived in 1994 pays homage to the big-twin Harleys of the 1940s and '50s. This one could be a 2008 Road King Classic.


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