From Green Day’s Tré Cool’s Collection, only 350 miles from new, 2020 Harley-Davidson FXLRS Low Rider S

From Green Day’s Tré Cool’s Collection,

2020 Harley-Davidson FXLRS Low Rider S

The Lowrider Cruiser spec has been the cornerstone of the Harley ergonomic mantra for about the last 100 years – the ‘J’ range of the era were powerful, easy to ride and offered a sporty ride when needed, but a reliable one that would last all day. The quintessential lowriding cruiser was the Dyna range, based on the Bobber style, first popularized by returning American ex-servicemen during the period immediately after WW2. Then, for reasons only known to the company, the life of the Low Rider S of 2016 was cut short, and Harley halted production of the entire Dyna line for 2017, even though Cycle World claimed it to be Best Cruiser that year. Then in 2020, it was back! And back with a vengeance – improved power, new chassis and ergonomics. Starting at $17,999, the new bike had a lighter and stiffer frame, and better suspension components. Harley equipped the Low Rider S with the smoother, more powerful Milwaukee-Eight 114ci (1,868cc) engine, replacing the Twin Cam 110 engine of its Dyna ancestor. That’s a hefty 119 lbft of torque pumping through a 6-speed ‘box. The 1-inch-diameter motocross-style handlebar is mounted on 4-inch risers for a more aggressive rider position.

Tré Cool


Green Day’s Tré Cool was born in Frankfurt, Germany to American parents and embarked on a music career at the young age of 12 when he was recruited to play drums by his neighbor Larry Livermore for the punk outfit The Replacements. In 1990, Cool was asked to fill in temporarily as Green Day’s. The rest is history.

Cool dropped out of high school to pursue music full time. How punk rock is that!?! Cool’s father was a huge supporter of the band, who converted a Bookmobile to a touring rig to transport the band. Dookie’s massive and unexpected success catapulted the band into lasting American and international music fame and a career that would span decades.

The motorbike offered

Tré Cool acquired this Vivid Black 2020 Harley-Davidson FXLRS Low Rider S in November 2019, an obvious addition to his collection and penchant for the Bobber-style. Used sparingly – only 350 miles – the bike has been on static display in his climate-controlled environment and is presented in just about as-new condition. The bike is sold on a clean, clear title in our vendor’s name and Tré has offered a personalized autographed memorabilia item to accompany the sale.

From Green Day’s Tré Cool’s Collection, only 350 miles from new, 2020 Harley-Davidson FXLRS Low Rider S

Frame no. 1HD1YWK27LB026505

Location: Glendale, California

  • From the private collection of Green Day’s Tré Cool
  • Only 350 miles from new
  • “As-new” condition
  • Autographed Photo


Asking $13,900