Harley-Davidson reveals 2024 Icon and Enthusiast range

Harley-Davidson have unveiled their 2024 Icon and Enthusiast range. The former celebrates the 75th anniversary of the iconic panhead era Hydra-Glide, and will be limited to just 1,750 examples globally.

To be priced at $42,995 ride away, it’s the fourth instalment in the Icon series, and will be officially known as the Hydra-Glide Revival. Finished in custom Redline Red paint, with a Birch White panel on the fuel tank sides, it sports the same design from 1956.

Chrome “Harley-Davidson V” tank badges, inspired by the original, and “Hydra-Glide” script badges located on the front fender skirt feature. The serialised insert on the handlebar riser cap and Icons Motorcycle Collection graphic on the rear fender complete the look.

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Additional styling features include instrument graphics inspired by those on the 1954-55 speedometer. The two-tone 21-inch high detachable windshield features a colour-matched lower portion in Redline Red.

A chrome round air cleaner cover and chrome steel laced wheels add to the nostalgic look. Front and rear fender trim, engine guard, fork covers, powertrain and exhaust are finished in brilliant chrome.

A solo saddle is finished with a fringed and decorated leather valance, white seam piping and red contrast stitching, and a chrome rail for a nostalgic look. You can find out more on the Harley-Davidson website.

2024 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited
2024 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited

The Enthusiast Collection features a Tobacco Fade paint and graphics scheme for the Low Rider ST, Ultra Limited and Tri Glide models. It’s inspired by the classic sunburst wood finish first seen on rock’n’roll musical instruments in the 60s.

Also offered in limited quantities, the paint treatment is applied by Harley-Davidson using state-of-the art precision paint tools designed to execute faded panel detailing. A rich caramel-coloured pinstripe accents the tone of a metallic gold panel.

The fuel tank medallion is inspired by the shape and grooves of a vinyl record, while a graphic on the front fender shaped like a guitar pick completes the look.

Each model will also score an Enthusiast Collection branded logo, on top of Tour-Pak luggage carrier or rear fender. You can find out more by talking to your local Harley-Davidson dealer.

Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin
Andrew Jenkin is the ride editor at Exhaust Notes Australia, founding editor of Two Wheel Addicts, a contributor at Bike Review and panel judge for Harley Davidson's Breakout Boss competition. Andrew has a love for anything on two wheels whether that be sports, naked or adventure bikes, with a guilty pleasure for cruisers.


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