Nine Bridges Harley-Davidson Develops Six Customised Street 750s For The Gujarat Police - Overdrive
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Nine Bridges Harley-Davidson develops six customised Street 750s for the Gujarat Police

27 May 2015 / 0

Nine bridges Harley-Davidson has just delivered six customised Street 750 motorcycles to the Gujarat Police. The motorcycles have been built to suit the requirements of the police department in the state. Additions to the stock Street 750 include a beacon, siren, panniers and a custom paint job.

Harley-Davidson Street 750  Police

The Gujarat Police is the first department in the country to induct a high performance motorcycle into its fleet. The department will deploy the Harley-Davidson Street 750s for quick response duties including emergency situations. The motorcycles will also be used as pilot vehicles while escorting the convoy of senior ministers and other public figures.

Harley-Davidson Street 750  Police

Pranav Nanda, dealer principal, Nine Bridges Harley-Davidson said, “We are proud to add these Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycles to the Gujarat Police arsenal. The Street 750 not only addresses the police department’s need of a performance motorcycle in challenging situations but also provides great confidence and manoeuvrability in urban conditions.”

Harley-Davidson Street 750  Police

Police departments across the country employ motorcycles such as the Pulsar 150, Pulsar 200, Pulsar 220, Avenger 200 and a range of Royal Enfields. By adding the Harley-Davidson Street 750 to its fleet, the Gujarat Police department would have the speed to catch up to modern day motorcycles and cars. The Street 750 is powered by the newly developed Revolution X engine that develops 60Nm of torque at 4,000rpm. We hope other police departments in the country follow suit and induct performance motorcycles and cars to chase down speeding criminals and even breakers of traffic rules.

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Nine Bridges Harley-Davidson® develops customized Street 750 motorcycles for Gujrat Police Department

Mumbai, May 27, 2015:

Nine Bridges Harley-Davidson today delivers six Harley-Davidson Street™ 750 motorcycles customized specially for the Gujrat Police Department. This is the first time that a police department in India has chosen high-capacity motorcycles for specialized use. Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycles perfectly complement the need for exceptional responsiveness and tactical maneuverability by the police department.

The motorcycles will be used primarily for quick response actions by the police department, including the escort of senior ministers and visiting dignitaries and emergency response as part of a natural disaster response team, among others.

“We are proud to add these Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycles to the Gujrat Police arsenal. The Street 750 not only addresses the police department’s need of a performance motorcycle in challenging situations but also provides great confidence and maneuverability in urban conditions,” said Pranav Nanda, Dealer Principal, Nine Bridges Harley-Davidson.
Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycles come powered by the new Revolution X™ engine – a pure Harley-Davidson V-Twin engine specifically designed for urban riding. It is liquid-cooled to maintain peak performance both in the city and on the highway. A single overhead cam, four valves per head and a smooth-shifting 6-speed transmission all translate to provide an instant response on the throttle to move quickly from stop to go.

 

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