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Old 01-27-2016, 05:30 PM   #1
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FIRST LOOK: 2016 Harley Davidson Motorcycles CVO Pro Street Breakout


2016 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout

A term that was coined by hot rodders back in the '80s has worked its way into Motor Company verbage for 2016. Pro Street Breakout gives us Screamin' Eagle power with some drag racing flair, all in that sweet Softail chassis.

Fashionably late to the 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle lineup is the new CVO Pro Street Breakout. Sharp observers and/or Harley historians will remember this bike first “broke out” of Harley’s Custom Vehicle Operations building in 2012 as the 2013 CVO Breakout (replacing the CVO Softail Convertible) and followed quickly by a non-CVO version a few months later with less chrome, a smaller engine, and a lower cost of entry. Now, a few years after reviving the long-n-low chopper, the leather-clad posse inside Harley’s CVO have revisited the Breakout.


2016 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout

The Pro Street Breakout is the only Softail in the CVO lineup that includes the CVO Street Glide, CVO Limited, and CVO Road Glide Ultra.

The 2016 “Pro Street” version goes back to the standards that all CVO models set, while marking new ground as well. A 110ci Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam engine sends the Pro Street down the road, as is CVO tradition, while a Screamin’ Eagle intake and blunt-cut pipes help the bigger powerplant breathe. This latest CVO Breakout gets a few other nifty performance upgrades, too, like the additional front brake rotor for double the stopping power and the 43mm inverted fork. A sleek headlight shroud, matching chin spoiler, and trimmed front fender are meant to exude drag-racer attitude. Same goes for the 240-section rear tire, though that’s always been a hallmark of the Breakout.

Also Just Announced:


2016 CVO Pro Street Breakout Engine

The Screamin' Eagle 110in Twin Cam engine comes with a Screamin’ Eagle intake and blunt-cut pipes.

Also in CVO tradition, the Pro Street Breakout comes with a premium price tag—$25,699 to be precise. That’s nearly $7,000 more than the base Softail Breakout, but also the low end of the CVO spectrum, which ranges as high as $40,299. The Pro Street Breakout joins the CVO line for 2016 (as the only Softail) that includes the previously announced touring-based CVO Street Glide, CVO Limited, and CVO Road Glide Ultra. CVO Breakouts hit the dealers in March.


2016 CVO Pro Street Breakout Brakes

Stopping power up front is bolstered by an addition rotor with dive managed by a 43mm inverted fork.



2016 CVO Pro Street Breakout Bars

Of course, drag bars.

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