Tag: Harley-Davidson cruiser review
2013 Harley-Davidson Road King: A Modern Twist On An Old-Fashioned Bike When it comes to motorcycles, I always appreciate a nod to tradition. That’s why I’ve always really liked the Harley-Davidson Road King. Since its initial release nearly 20 years ago, enthusiasts and purist have loved the Road King’s classic styling cues which reflect back [...]
2013 Harley-Davidson FSXB Softail Breakout: A Bike Ready To Steal The Limelight Harley-Davidson reigns supreme for many motorcycle enthusiasts, and its most recent model will likely solidify that sentiment. After getting a chance to test one of these bad boys, I feel pretty confident in saying that the brand’s 110th anniversary year will be one to [...]
Few motorcycles make a statement the way a Harley-Davidson hog can, and sitting on the 2012 FLSTF Fat Boy Softail is a great way to leave a lasting impression.
Most of the motorcycles in Harley-Davidson’s cruiser lineup are decked out in more chrome than you would think you could fit on a bike, but the 2012 Sportster Iron 883 XL883N is the exception to that standard.
There are plenty of touring bikes out there, but few can compare to Harley-Davidson’s offerings, especially the 2011 H-D Road Glide Ultra.
Sure, there are loads of different motorcycles on the market that are pretty great, but there’s something about a custom ride that just puts it above and beyond the rest – and Harley has taken this niche market to a new level with the Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) lineup.
I recently got to test drive the new 2012 Harley-Davidson XL1200V “Seventy-Two”, and I gotta say this bike is great.