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FXSTD/FXSTDI Softail Deuce 100th Anniversary FXSTD/FXSTDI Softail Deuce Beneath its gleaming coat of Luxury Blue paint, the Softail Deuce is just what it was born to be. A long, lean, bold dose of prime Milwaukee iron. In other words, awesome. Most will find it hard to believe it sprung direct from the factory crate. Just take a look at the stretched fuel tank and chrome console. Pure custom. T...
FXSTD/FXSTDI Softail Deuce 100th Anniversary FXSTD/FXSTDI Softail Deuce Beneath its gleaming coat of Luxury Blue paint, the Softail Deuce is just what it was born to be. A long, lean, bold dose of prime Milwaukee iron. In other words, awesome. Most will find it hard to believe it sprung direct from the factory crate. Just take a look at the stretched fuel tank and chrome console. Pure custom. T...
FLSTN/FLSTNI Softail Deluxe When we set out to build a custom motorcycle, we always look to give a set of eyes the deluxe treatment. Check out the new Softail Deluxe and see if your eyes have ever felt better. Wide whitewalls. Massive front fork. Long-barreled shotgun pipes. Clean front light bars with bullet signals. Sculpted chrome headlight and nacelle. Tombstone taillight. It s a style as d...
Welcome to top-of-the-line touring comfort, dressed out to the nines from the Daymaker LED headlamp to the Tour-Pak luggage carrier. Find the perfect longitude, latitude and attitude. If you re the kind who wants it all, the Ultra Limited gives it to you. From the powerful all-new Twin-Cooled Milwaukee-Eight 107 engine, right down to the heated handgrips. The unmistakable Batwing fairing and Sp...
Beneath the Dark Custom motorcycle lurks a liquid-cooled 750cc Revolution X V-Twin engine. Traffic has never been beaten harder. This isn t about wide-open country and endless miles of highway. This is about carving the canyons of the urban grid. From the liquid-cooled Revolution X engine and confidence-inspiring optional ABS brakes to the nimble chassis and dialed-in suspension, The Harley-Dav...
Dyna Fat Bob The 2012 Harley-Davidson Dyna Fat Bob FXDF is a Dark Custom with a big motorcycle feel. New for 2012, the Harley Fat Bob features a powerful, new, larger air-cooled Twin Cam 103 Harley engine with 6-speed cruise drive transmission, providing more performance power for passing, hill-climbing, and riding with passenger and cargo. For the custom style you want, the Fat Bob motorcycle'...
Beneath the Dark Custom motorcycle lurks a liquid-cooled 750cc Revolution X V-Twin engine. Traffic has never been beaten harder. This isn t about wide-open country and endless miles of highway. This is about carving the canyons of the urban grid. From the liquid-cooled Revolution X engine and confidence-inspiring optional ABS brakes to the nimble chassis and dialed-in suspension, The Harley-Dav...
Take on the urban grid with 500 cc of easy-handling, blacked-out Harley-Davidson Dark Custom style. A hot night on the town never felt better. The action goes from stoplight to stoplight, boulevard to back alley. At the center of it all you carve through heat, chaos and gridlock with ease. You get a liquid-cooled Revolution X engine loaded with torque and built to thrive in stop and go traffic....
The mile-eating performance of our Dyna chassis wrapped in no-nonsense, stripped-down, hardcore bobber style. The time-honored art of getting rid of everything that doesn t matter. The original bobber fanatics invented the style, and they had one rule: if it s not essential, get rid of it. That s the Street Bob . 103 cubic inches of Harley-Davidson V-Twin power. Solo seat. Chopped rear fender. ...
Heritage Softail Classic YOU DON T JUST OWN THE ROAD IN THE SADDLE OF A SOFTAIL MOTORCYCLE. You own a part of motorcycle history. This one takes you back to the glory days when riders weren t shy about expressing their feelings in the form of paint, tooled leather and big expanses of chrome. Only now the trip comes with more comfort than anyone remembers. The smooth, counterbalanced, rigid-moun...
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