Harley builds the TriGlide around a tubular-steel frame that fully cradles and supports the massive powerplant. The double-downtube/double-cradle frame carries its steering head at 26-degrees with 3.94 inches of trail, relatively short numbers for a tour-type bike, but the dual rear wheels and lack of lean-ability changes the equation a bit, and so the TriGlide carries steering geometry figures much closer to that of sportbikes than what you'd expect to find on an American-made cruiser.
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