The only limit is your imagination.

From the city to the open road, the Harley-Davidson Street 500 can take you anywhere.

When the asphalt meets the sand, you’re in Neptune’s land...
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On this pit stop, make sure to eat the burgers before they eat you...
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This detour on the highway of life could get hairy...
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Meet the Bike


It looks like a Harley. It sounds like a Harley. But thanks to its liquid-cooled 500cc Revolution X V-Twin engine, this learner-approved machine feels like a dream. Loaded with torque and a suspension tuned for quick handling, it’s built to thrive in any urban environment. And it has a light frame with an easy lock-to-lock handlebar sweep for quick moves. So wherever you want to go, the Street 500 can take you there.

Starting at just $10,750AUD/10,995NZD

Meet the artists

When the ocean calls...

Sean Morris is a Perth-born artist and illustrator, currently based in Melbourne. He works across a range of mediums, including comic-inspired digital drawings, pencils, watercolours, acrylics and the occasional aerosol mural. The subjects of his personal work are sometimes grotesque and sometimes beautiful – curious studies of outsider living, and colourful monuments to low-culture.

When Hunger Calls...

James Gulliver Hancock is an illustrator obsessed with re-imagining the world around us. He works for major clients around the globe and splits his time between his studio by the beach in Sydney, Australia, and his home away from home in Brooklyn, NY.

When the great outdoors calls...

Benjamin Constantine, aka Benjamin Sea, has been coming into his own since 2006. Paintings, stream-of-consciousness comic art and bold illustration make up his extensive body of work, each piece filled to the brim with minute details and hidden portals. Continuously seeping into new directions as it progresses, his work is expressive and unique, carrying Constantine’s signature dark and mysterious flavour with it wherever it goes.