Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883 Review at RevZilla.com



Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883 Review

What’s more enticing to a petrol-obsessed Harley wrencher than an opportunity to get their mitts on the new 2016 Harley Sportster Iron 883? Nothing. Nothing at all in this entire world. Well, unless that review gave them an opportunity to get out of the city traffic and onto open roads that wind amongst some of the most stunning desert vistas in the country! Yeah. That would be better. For Lemmy’s Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883 Review, that is exactly what happened.

As one of the most popular motorcycles in history, the Harley Sportster is an iconic fixture upon the highways of the world. With the introduction of the Iron 883, Harley took the lineup to a stealthy new level and they haven’t looked back since. In this review of the 2016 Harley Davidson Iron 883, Lemmy heads out to Las Vegas to showcase this gallant steel horse in an environment as wide open as the possibilities that come with the Sportster itself.

Gear Used In This Video:

Biltwell Gringo S Helmet:

Scorpion Covert Flannel Shirt:

Scorpion Covert Pro Jeans:

Scorpion SGS MK II Gloves:

TCX X-Blend WP Boots:

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38 comments

  1. Hey there! You say great for short inseam riders…what about taller guys?

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  2. could you make a review on a roadster xl1200cx

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  3. Never heard so many excuses for poor engineering in such a short space of time.

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  4. Great job dude! Seriously…

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  5. Nice work, thank you!

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  6. Nice

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  7. Harley Davidson, the company that sales a blank canvas at a Picasso painting price.

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  8. Is the 883 street better ? New rider only want harley style no super bikes. And need it small at 5.5. Lol fumeing

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  9. Can we get a pillion seat along with it??

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  10. HP?

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  11. Thank you for not using helmet cameras only, as many other channels do. The footage there is kinda useless for me, since I want to see the entire bike, and not only the front wheel.

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  12. See Hagrid ride a 883 sportster goes to Harley “shut up and take my money I want to ride with Hagrid”

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  13. One of my favorite upgrades was my dyna 2000 ignition. Biggest improvement was being able to shift early and hold it longer. It's a bit faster to.

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  14. Had a Harley for 10 years in NYC. 5 accidents so far. There is always an Uber Mustafa to knock you down. Wish i lived somewhere else !!!

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  15. Is this only a 1 person seater? I would like to buy one to ride with my wife

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  16. Learned on an 86 Shadow 750. Sport bike guy with 8 years riding experience. 6", 190 lbs, is this a good for a guy my height?

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  17. This is my dream bike. This is so beautiful my goodness

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  18. Going to apply for my full bike license once this corona virus is over so this is gonna be my first bike, damn sexy that’s for sure

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  19. I’d love to have something like this but honestly the idea of getting a motorcycle scares the heck out of me with all the morons on the roads. My first car was hit 5 times when it was parked. That was by different people in the middle of the day on 5 seperate occaisions. My last car was totaled by a pickup running a red light. If the impact was a couple more feet to the right, I probably would have been paralyzed or killed. Some people speed up when they see a red light instead of slow down and stop. So then I got another car and somebody ran a red light and almost totaled that car. They were probably only 3 or 4 feet away from me when the car finally stopped and they would have hit the same spot that the other guy did when he totaled my last car.It’s crazy out there. If you ride a motorcycle, stay safe and wear your helmet!

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  20. Good bike 👍🏼

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  21. A little fat for a Sportster, don't you think?

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  22. Can anybody tell me the name of that sick soundtrack at the beginning?

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  23. Love a sporster for work and around the city

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  24. Harris is that you?

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  25. Whenever I see this bike some thing happens inside my heart ♥️😍

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  26. A brand new bike and it's leaking oil… Harley Davidson, overpriced and piss poor engineering.

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  27. Is this a good starter bike?

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  28. Hey Bobby where's your cut

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  29. Muito bom

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  30. They don't come with a two up set up bc they're not designed for two ppl. Simple logic

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  31. What's a good bike for me if I want that 70s simple plain shovel head look but also modern idk alot about motorcycle

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  32. What a PoS. At least it sounds good.

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  33. I'm getting an HD sportster but I'm keeping my ninja 650

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  34. Loose tolerances = Long Life? This concept eludes me.

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  35. Its a great bike except you'll need a new seat, suspension, it spits oil, vibrates and is very loud and under powered. Other than that yeeeeehaw!

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  36. I love Revzilla and Lemmy! Great review and as a matter of fact, I’m going to my local HD dealership to look at a used 883 for a great price! I hope I get to drive it home!

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  37. Are they made in USA or this is as well done in India?

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  38. la branlette est totale

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