Hartford HD-125L Legion, is it a troublemaker or a fuel-eater?

2015-06-15 12:20:29 / author: Ben Weir views: 4 / 1186

Hartford HD-125L Legion, is it a troublemaker or a fuel-eater? 

The Hartford HD-125L Legion is a naked bike that has been manufactured since 2003.

Hartford HD-125L Legion, is it a troublemaker or a fuel-eater?

It features a single cylinder, four-stroke engine and has 10.50 horsepower at 7,000 RPMs. This bike has been purchased by younger riders because of how easy it is to handle. The wheelbase is 50.4 inches and this bike can go up to speeds of 65 miles per hour. It is best made for city streets and smaller highways because of its handling. However, it is rather a weak bike.


The Hartford HD-125L Legion features a 2.72 gallon tank and can be purchased in quite a few colors such as blue, red, and black. Many young riders love the colors options and also love that it can be very easily customized. This bike became popular among veteran riders as well because of how solid of a frame it has. It is priced from $3,400 to $7,000 and is hard worth the price.