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Old 01-28-2016, 07:11 AM   #1
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HarleyDavidson unveils two new models

New CVO Pro Street Breakout and Low Rider S expands Harleys dark and powerful side

The new CVO Pro Street Blackout

The new Low Rider S

HARLEY-DAVIDSON has just revealed its updated, minimally styled, mean looking Low Rider S and its drag racing inspired CVO-special Pro Street Breakout.

CVO Pro Street Breakout

Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) is Harley’s in-house specials department and they’ve obviously been keeping busy by working on this, the new limited edition CVO Pro Street Breakout.

Based on the existing Breakout, CVO has turned it into a moodier and detailed machine that draws inspiration form drag racing attitude and muscular styling.

The CVO Pro Street breakout comes in a choice of two colour schemes – ‘Starfire Black and Starfire Black’, and ‘White Gold Pearl and Starfire Black’ with a hand-applied graphic stripe. Harley has also introduced a new finish on this bike – Smoke Satin Chrome which their head stylist says is ‘a finish that looks really contemporary and exclusive but also kind of sinister.’

The Pro Street Blackout is also the recipient of a race-inspired seat and CVO badging, plus a host of other detailing to make it more mean and muscular, like the Aggressor custom wheels in ‘Scorched Chrome’ finish. It's also adorned with numerous other parts from Harley’s extensive accessories catalogue.

Power comes from Harley’s most potent air-cooled engine, the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110B, which makes (111.4 ft-lb at 3,500rpm. The engine is fitted with black, blunt-cut exhausts, a heavy breather intake and a hydraulic slip assist clutch.

Drag racing influence can be seen in the drag-style bandlebar, wind screen and colour matched chin spoiler, while the new bucket seat is designed to support the rider when launching the bike.

It costs £19,995 and will be available from March 2016.

Low Rider S

Joining the Fat Boy S and Softail Slim S as the third member of Harley-Davidson’s S series cruiser lineup, the new Low Rider S is powered by the air-cooled 1801cc Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine, which delivers 115lb/ft torque by 3,500rpm.

The bike is fitted with a Harley heavy breather performance intake and features blacked out shotgun exhausts.

The tall bars and new seat position are designed to put arms up and feet out square for that classic Harley riding position.

Other touches include matching split five-spoke cast aluminium wheels in gold, plus cruise control, a gas charged rear shock, ABS brakes and a new low seat. Wind protection comes courtesy of the ‘speed screen’ headlight unit.

The Low Rider S will cost £14,995 and will also be available from March.

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