The design ethos of the Electra Glide Standard is no-frills. It only comes in black, has no infotainment or Bluetooth, doesn’t come with ABS in standard trim, and only sports a single seat unless upgrades are purchased. This was like a breath of fresh air to our testers when we first approached the EGS for a ride. The simplicity of build also makes it one of Harley’s most affordable touring cruisers, with a starting MSRP of $18,999. Harley previously released the EGS in 2007 but the public wasn’t quite ready for the package. The company believed the market had changed enough by 2019 to bring it back, appealing to riders eager for a lighter-duty touring machine with plenty of customization potential.