If anyone thought that Harley Davidson would roll into 2010 on cruise control, he'd be wrong. Redesigned touring skeletons, updated models, and a few new colors will be available.
Playing it safe is for sissies, Harley-Davidson ain't interested. For 2010, the entire touring family has been treated to a major makeover. That's right, the magnificent seven is now bigger and better, and ready to take you out for a long ride. The revolutionary new chassis design features a single-spar, rigid-backbone frame that can handle 35 extra kilos of load capacity. Throw a revamped swingarm, hopped-up hoops, and a fresh 2-into-1-into-2 exhaust system into the mix, and you've got a machine that will effortlessly take you down life's highways. Whether you roll with the Road King, RK Classic, Street Glide, Road Glide, Electra Glide, EG Classic, or Ultra Classic, you'll have 1584cc at your disposal, and six speeds to shift through wherever you find yourself.
Touring not your style? No worries, the Harley-Davidson Dyna class may be what you're looking for. Sleek and powerful, this potent five-some offers ample cruising comfort without sacrificing performance. The wildly successful Street Bob is back with a few cosmetic improvements, but maintains its understated appeal. The Fat Bob returns also, for those of you who like your bikes with some muscle. The Super Glide and SG Custom join the Bob brothers with their own style and handling attributes, so you've definitely got some options to consider. And let's not forget the Low Rider, Dyna's low-profile cruiser that boasts new tank graphics, front fender, and speedo.
Okay, you want variety, Harley-Davidson give you variety. Harley's 2010 Softail flaunt more different looks than a runway model during the Bangkok Fashion Week. Start with the Cross Bones, Harley-Davidson's answer to the throwback crowd who still dream of post-war bobbers. Then you've got the Rocker and Rocker C, those two rocking machines that keep it lean and mean. Want a bit more back-alley attitude? Then take in to the streets with the Night Train or Fat Boy, both of which show clenched-fist toughness. Perhaps you need a tad more refinement in your riding experience. If so, the Softail Custom is sleek without being meek, while its brethren, the Softail Deluxe and Heritage Softail show off vintage lines coupled with fully modern internals. No matter which Harley-Davidson Softail you select, you'll be aboard a piece of Harley history, with legendary style and comfort propelled by a state-of-the-art Twin Cam 96B powertrain.