Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Revival Gallery

19 pictures of H-D’s first Icon motorcycle

The 2021 Electra Glide Revival only comes in one colorway, the two-tone blue on matte black with Birch White stripe seen here.John Ryan Hebert

Earlier this week, Harley-Davidson announced its new Icons Collection, producing one to two very limited motorcycles a year. The first bike in this collection is the Electra Glide Revival, inspired by Harley’s 1969 FLH Electra Glide. Only 1,500 of these single-production motorcycles were made and we’re lucky enough to have number 111 in our possession.

The Electra Glide Revival has tons of small details that stick out, but the first thing everyone will notice is the classic paint job. Back in 1969, the fairing and saddlebags were only offered as accessories, so they weren’t paint matched and only came in white. To honor that legacy, the new fairing and bags are painted in gloss Birch White.

Auxiliary running lights and the Birch White fairing on the Electra Glide Revival.John Ryan Hebert

Whitewall tires wrap around 16-inch spoked wheels and nearly every metal piece is dressed up in chrome. Rails around the front fender, saddlebags, and seat tie the whole classic vibe together.

And best of all? The modern chassis and Milwaukee-Eight 114 mean that you can rip this classic-looking beauty just like you can a modern bagger.

As there are only 1,500 of these bikes made, we imagine they’re quite hard to obtain right now, but Harley-Davidson has said they’re expected in dealerships late April of 2021 with an MSRP of $29,199.

There will be only one production run of each motorcycle in the Icons Collection, never to be made again.John Ryan Hebert
The classic Electra Glide logo on the Revival’s front fender.John Ryan Hebert
Whitewall tires on 16-inch chrome spoked tires.John Ryan Hebert
Large floorboards and brake pedal also lend themselves to the classic appearance.John Ryan Hebert
The period-inspired tank badge and two-tone paint with a Birch White stripe tie it all together.John Ryan Hebert
The Electra Glide Revival, get it now or forever hold your peace.John Ryan Hebert
The bike we’re shooting is number 111 of 1,500 produced.John Ryan Hebert
The chrome seat railing mounts to a shock absorber underneath.John Ryan Hebert
A sprung solo seat results in a higher ride height than we’re used to on a H-D tourer.John Ryan Hebert
With a black-and-white cover and chrome railing, the saddle looks as good as it performs.John Ryan Hebert
Nothing complicated here, just simple and classic.John Ryan Hebert
Chrome pipes, chrome saddlebag rails, and whitewall tires. Hard to lose with such a classic combo.John Ryan Hebert
The 320mm disc brakes with four-piston H-D caliper come standard both front and rear.John Ryan Hebert
If you couldn’t see the infotainment screen, you’d swear this was a vintage motorcycle.John Ryan Hebert
The Electra Glide Revival comes with a Milwaukee-Eight 114, compared to the 107 in the Street Glide standard.John Ryan Hebert
While that white leather may take some work to keep clean, it sure does look nice.John Ryan Hebert
2021 Electra Glide Revival models are in dealerships now! Act fast if you want to get your hands on one.John Ryan Hebert