MCA Director’s Motorcycle Collection


If you’ve been to the Motor Culture Australia showroom, you’ve probably noticed the lineup of motorcycles on display. These are all a part of our director’s collection, and most of these bikes are limited edition. Let’s take a look at what goodies this impressive collection includes:

Starting with the complete ICONS Collection. This collection is a series of 4 limited edition bikes by Harley Davidson, each is a modern remake of some of the most popular and iconic Harley Davidson models from over the years. These models are seen as bikes that had a significant impact on the motorcycle industry in one way or another, and the ICON remakes have been referred to as ‘Iconic rides for modern times’. The four bikes in this collection are (in order) the 2021 Electra Glide Revival, 2022 El Diablo Low Rider S, 2023 Highway King, and 2024 Hydra-Glide Revival. Each bike resembles a true piece of motorcycle history.


2021 ICON collection Harley-Davidson Electra Glide RevivalNo. 0422 of only 1,500 made.

It’s powered by the iconic 1,800cc Milwaukee-Eight 114 engine and makes 97hp and 150nm of torque. This ride is a modern twist on the 1969 classic, loaded with the latest tech like Reflex Defensive Rider Systems, a larger fuel capacity (22L – original models only had around 15L), and Apple CarPlay. Harley was sure to make this model period correct and rock the original tri-tone blue paint design, as well as basing the saddle bags and badging on the era of the original model.

2022 ICON collection Harley-Davidson El Diablo Low Rider SNo. 0661 of only 1,500 made.

The most powerful out of the ICON’s collection, featuring a 1,923cc Milwaukee-Eight 117 engine packing 103hp and 169nm or torque. Made as a tribute to the rebellious West Coast style of the 80s when Harley first began saying ‘The Eagle Sores Alone’ which was a reference to Harley Davidson breaking off their former association with the AMF Corporation. This model was based on the 1983-84 FXRT or FXRPs, a popular model across America at the time and even seen being used by American Police. With it’s unique red/orange paint with pin striping and Rockford Fosgate audio system, this bike turns heads. It’s famous for being one of Harley’s first sport-touring bikes and one of the models that helped to slowly phase out old kickstarter motors.

2023 ICON collection Harley-Davidson Highway KingNo. 0416 of only 1,000 orange models made.

Inspired by the 1968 FLH Electra Glide, and merging classic styling with modern comfort and performance. On theme with the rest of Harley’s ICONS Collection, this model also has period-correct badging and tri-tone paint – even the removable windshield is colour matched to the bike. With 1,000 made in orange and 750 in magenta, this is the first and only ICON model available in two colour choices. Sitting on a 1,868cc Milwaukee-Eight engine, this bike boasts 93hp and 158nm of torque. The remade model has upgraded technology to suit more modern riding styles, including enhanced cornering rider safety features such as electronically linked brakes, ABS, traction control, drag torque slip control, and vehicle hold control (VHC).

2024 ICON collection Harley-Davidson Hydra-Glide RevivalNo, 0596 of only 1,750 made.

As the name suggests, this bike is a reborn version of the 1948 Hydra-Glide model. Harley continues to stay true to original theme paint schemes, with this one featuring a light blue colour straight out of the late 40’s. It’s got all of the classic medallions, badges, and dash designs that made those early models iconic. As well as a two-tone removable windshield and fringed saddle and saddlebags, which add to it’s vintage origin. Another bike featuring the classic and unbeatable Milwaukee-Eight engine, with a 1,868cc, 93hp, and 158nm of torque. A mix of nostalgic styling and modern performance, with its new comforts such as cruise control and a Screamin’ Eagle high-flow air cleaner to ‘let that motor breathe’ – as said by hardcore Harley fans back in the day.

Custom-Built Harley Davidson Night Rod

Our director’s love for unique Harley Davidson models doesn’t stop there, even with the ICONS Collection complete. Displayed proudly within the showroom is a custom-built Harley Davidson Night Rod sitting pretty in a full custom black and gold paint job.  It’s powered by a 1,250cc revolution engine, which delivers a powerful 122hp and 115nm of torque. Some custom features of this ride are the wheels – a massive 26-inch front wheel paired with a 330mm wide rear wheel, combined with an air suspension kit allowing for adjustable height, custom-stitched leather seats, a digital gauge, and a custom exhaust system to ensure it sounds just as good as it looks.

Kawasaki Ninja H2

Moving on from the Harleys, the Director’s motorcycle collection finishes off with a well-known and well-loved supersport bike, the Kawasaki H2. This is the street-legal brother bike of the track-dominating H2R – which is one of the world’s fastest and most powerful production motorcycles. The H2 packs a 998cc inline-four supercharged engine, delivering 326hp and 164nm of torque. It features state-of-the-art electronics, including the KTRX traction control system, ABS, launch control, and Kawasaki Engine Brake Control (KEBC) with 2 different settings. A fun fact about modern Kawasaki bikes is that they all (including this H2) come with Bluetooth and are smartphone compatible, meaning that you can connect your phone to your bike and view data such as average fuel consumption, odometer reading, average speed, and much more on the Rideology app. Despite its aggressive looks, it’s actually been known to be slightly more comfortable to ride than a Kawasaki ZX-10R.

So there you have it! Whether you’re drawn to the classic charm of Harley-Davidson or the high-speed thrill of supersport bikes, next time you’re nearby or at the Motor Culture Australia showroom, come and check out the impressive bike collection!

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