Didirco’s model line-up includes three retro-styled machines; the Flyer, Speedster, and Bobber. The bikes are built around softail style frames, the Flyer and Speedster use a Kraft-Tech design, while the Bobber is Dirico’s proprietary offering. Springer forks are used on all of the machines. Motive power is provided by an 88ci Twin Cam in the Flyer, a 96ci Twin Cam in the Bobber, and the Speedster gets a 110ci Twin Cam.
Designed with female riders in mind, the Heartbreaker has a frame that situates the rider in a lower, central position. A complete H-D 88ci Twin Cam drivetrain is used, and is dressed with Vance & Hines True Dual exhausts with fish mouth tips. Standard equipment on the Heartbreaker includes white wall tires and hard bags.
There are two performance models in the Dirico line-up; the Pro Street and Pro Street Roadster. Once again both have softail style frames, but for these models they are combined with USD forks and 240-section rear tires. A 103ci Twin Cam powers the Pro Street and the Pro Street Roadster gains a Screamin’ Eagle 110 motor.