Now available from Harley Davidson is an updated take on the classic 1970s chopper. Recalling the glory days of powerful, bare-bones motorcycles, the Seventy-Two takes inspiration from traditional low-riders and couples the look with a modern performance package. The chopper features a rubber-mounted 1200cc HD Evolution blockhead engine with electronic fuel injection, a retro air cleaner cover, old school whitewall tires, laced wheels, mini-ape hanger handlebars, and a timeless peanut fuel tank. Coupled with easy-to-use hand controls and an optional security system, the bike perfectly balances the classic HD look with the latest in modern technology. Boasting 73 ft/lb of torque and a fuel economy of 48 mpg, the base model Seventy-Two retails for $10,499 USD.