After a few years out of the LAMS picture, Harley is back in the frame with a couple of Chinese-built parallel-twin nakedbikes… nearly

The LAMS-compliant Harley-Davidson X range has been revealed in Australia through a special pre-launch media event held at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium, although stock of either model won’t start to reach dealers until December this year.

The range consists of the X350 and X500 models, both developed in conjunction with Chinese manufacturer QJ Motor, which owns numerous brands including Benelli. While the X350 is an all-new model, the X500 has a lot in common with the Benelli Leoncino 500, but is obviously restyled and heavily branded as a Harley-Davidson. The X350 will be priced from $8495 ride away and the X500 from $11,495 ride away.


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