Breaking News. 2016 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Reveal. The Darkest And Most Powerful Cruiser Lineup In Harley’s History.

0-2016The U.S. reveal was in Portland, Oregon. The new Iron 883 and Forty-Eight Dark Customs follow the sub-brand’s retro aesthetic and add a new suspension package and mag wheels and better seating setup to get more “smooth” in the ride. Harley also revealed the Road Glide Ultra under its Project Rushmore banner.

Two new hard-hitting Dark Custom models, the most powerful cruiser lineup in company history, and a broad range of performance and styling enhancements throughout the range highlight Harley-Davidson’s powerful new model lineup for 2016.

The new Iron 883 and Forty-Eight Dark Customs follow the sub-brand’s retro aesthetic and add a new suspension package and mag wheels and better seating setup to get more “smooth” in the ride. Harley also revealed the Road Glide Ultra under its Project Rushmore banner.

2016 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Highlights:

• New Dark Iron 883™ and Dark Forty-Eight® models assert Harley-Davidson’s Dark Custom leadership with motorcycles inspired by the rebellious spirit of the past updated with modern design and new suspensions that put a little extra smooth in the Harley-Davidson soul.

• The Fat Boy® S and Softail Slim® S. A new S series limited-edition cruisers featuring big power and cutting-edge style.  Both models combine rich finishes with the impressive Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110” engine to deliver more performance.

• All Softail® and Dyna® models (except Street Bob)  Get The High Output Twin Cam 103™ Previously only available in Harley-Davidson Touring bikes. Engine upgrade creates the most powerful cruiser lineup in Harley-Davidson history.

• Return of the Road Glide® Ultra Motorcycle, expanding Project RUSHMORE’s touring revolution.

“This is another historic year for Harley-Davidson,” said Mark-Hans Richer, Harley-Davidson Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. “We’re introducing the most powerful collection of cruisers in our history, including the brand-new S series. We’re raising the bar on Dark Custom motorcycles with the new Iron 883 and Forty-Eight models, the purest expression of the design movement we started in 2008. And we’re extending our lead in touring with the return of the Road Glide Ultra and redesign of the popular Heritage Softail Classic.”

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The new Iron 883 is intentionally raw and rough around the edges,with a modern design inspired by garage-built bobbers past and present. All-new front and adjustable rear suspension, lighter-weight mag wheels and improved seating increase comfort and control to smooth the road ahead. The new Forty-Eight achieves its menacing stance with a burly front tire, new mag wheels and a massive front end with new 49mm forks, and also benefits from improved adjustable rear suspension and seating. Retro styling cues and a perfect ratio of black, color and chrome give this bike a bold visual presence. Riders navigating rough and tumble urban streets on the lean and nimble Harley-Davidson Street® 750 and 500 models will appreciate the improved confidence from new front and rear braking systems.

SE110Most Powerful Cruiser Lineup Ever
Powered by the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine, the new Fat Boy S and Softail Slim S cruisers deliver power and performance once reserved for Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) models. Both limited-edition models feature dark styling for menacing looks that match their muscle.

The Softail Slim S is available in a new Olive Gold Denim color with military-inspired styling, paying homage to the post-war customs that launched the bobber movement. Harley-Davidson gives more riders a dose of Project RUSHMORE performance by making the High Output Twin Cam 103 engine standard in every other 2016 Softail model. The High Output Twin Cam 103 is also the new standard engine for all 2016 Dyna models except the Street Bob® model.

Softail Cruise Control
There’s more cruiser news in 2016; for the first time ever electronic cruise control is available on all Harley-Davidson Softail models. The convenience of Harley-Davidson electronic cruise control, enabled by new electronic throttle control, is standard equipment on 2016 Heritage Softail® Classic, Softail® Deluxe, Fat Boy S and Softail Slim S models and available as an accessory for all other 2016 Softail models.

New Sportster Suspension
All 2016 Sportster® models will tame rough roads with all-new front and rear suspension and improved seats working together to enhance rider comfort and control. The new seats incorporate premium materials and revised shapes to provide more supportive comfort. The re-engineered Sportster suspension pairs emulsion coil-over shocks with new front cartridge forks. Nitrogen gas-charged shocks resist oil aeration and feature an internal valve stack with 36mm pistons and high-performance oil to provide superior compression and rebound damping control that reacts quickly to small bumps and keeps the tires in contact on uneven road surfaces. Progressive-rate spring pre-load is adjustable by a threaded collar using a spanner that stows under the seat. Tuned to complement the shocks, the stout forks feature a calibrated piston and valve stack and progressive rate springs for consistent feel throughout the compression and extension range of the suspension. The triple-rate spring and oil lock allows the forks to resist wheel hop under hard braking.

Road Glide Ultra
A two-year absence from the Harley-Davidson Touring line was time well spent infusing the Road Glide Ultra with enhanced style, outstanding aerodynamics and optimized touring ergonomics for rider and passenger– the full influence of the customer-led Project RUSHMORE product-development effort. Propelled by the unrelenting performance of the Twin-Cooled™ High Output Twin Cam 103™ powertrain, the new Road Glide Ultra will exceed the expectations of the most demanding touring motorcyclist.

Heritage Softail Classic
Combining nostalgic style with smooth, modern Softail performance, the Heritage Softail Classic receives refreshed styling for 2016 plus the High Output Twin Cam 103 powertrain, standard electronic cruise control, and a new and improved saddlebag support structure.

The new 2016 Harley-Davidson® motorcycles and accessories start rolling into Harley-Davidson® dealerships immediately.

44 Responses to “Breaking News. 2016 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Reveal. The Darkest And Most Powerful Cruiser Lineup In Harley’s History.”

  1. 1 Boomer Aug 23rd, 2015 at 11:58 pm

    The Road Glide Ultra is bound to make a lot of people happy.

  2. 2 P. Hamilton Aug 24th, 2015 at 12:05 am

    Fine for the Iron 883 & Forty Eight. For some good news for the Road Glide Ultra. But overall, nothing exciting. What a brand new model from the ground up? Less and less innovation at H-D.

  3. 3 Russ Mansfield Aug 24th, 2015 at 12:06 am


  4. 4 Jim Castro Aug 24th, 2015 at 12:11 am

    after 48 years of riding and 30 years on Harleys’—yawn!!!!!

    When us old guys are gone Harley will be hurting.

    Come on guys, get in the 21st century.

  5. 5 Ozzie21 Aug 24th, 2015 at 1:14 am

    How exciting………NOT……
    Looks like the MoCo is continuing on it’s path of following, not leading.

  6. 6 Texx Aug 24th, 2015 at 2:17 am

    Somebody at the MoCo needs to start focusing on build quality so they can produce bikes with less recalls.

  7. 7 curly Aug 24th, 2015 at 2:39 am

    Nothing new just more matt black rattle can paint jobs.

  8. 8 James just another Crazy Kiwi Aug 24th, 2015 at 4:16 am

    The Softail Slim S is cool, like the blacked out 110 engine and The bike has always looked good with a Springer front end would even be better !!

  9. 9 ozzie21 Aug 24th, 2015 at 4:46 am

    Lipstick on a pig…….

  10. 10 .357 Magnum Aug 24th, 2015 at 5:53 am

    Yeah, they need to do completely new models every year, so the aftermarket accessories will fit no more than one year at a time, so the market for such accessories dwindles to what it’s like for the Japanese competitors! That’s it!

    No; I far prefer Harley’s more intelligent method of making slow changes and improvements over time. We expected a Road Glide Ultra to follow up last year’s redesign of the Road Glide; we expected the 110-inch engine to trickle down out of the CVO line into more affordable territory. We can plan ahead and decide what technologies we want to hold out for… and then we can *get* those technologies.

    For example, I’ve been wanting a simpler, more basic, stripped-down ride to complement my touring bike for a few years. Sometimes I just don’t want a fairing, but I confess to being spoiled for cruise control on my long commute. So, I like the minimalist styling of the Softail Slim, but prefer the electronic throttle… and it only makes sense that exactly that improvement makes its way into the Softail lineup this year. I had been looking at the BMW R1200R for that simple ride with modern niceties like ABS and cruise, because *none* of the “new-models-every-year” manufacturers would fill my need.

    But now Harley has done it. They’ve trickled their new features slowly into the models I want, and Project Rushmore improvements may well earn them my business again in 2016.

    Nice job, Harley. Don’t listen to these morons who think you should repeat the mistakes of your poorly-selling competitors. Keep doing what you do better… and keep your larger market share that results.

  11. 11 Blackmax Aug 24th, 2015 at 6:16 am

    Agree, that good news that the 110 is available in select models
    Why not across the board for The big V-twin models?
    That would be worth talking about…
    Are the CVO’s getting the 120 we’ve hearing so much about ???
    Otherwise it’s the same old, same old with new paint .

  12. 12 SIGFREED Aug 24th, 2015 at 6:46 am

    James j.a.C.K.,

    Indeed – 110ci “S” models are cool – interesting that HD now has THREE limited series – “S”, “CVO” (just touring), plus Trikes.

    Personally I think a 110 in the Slim is too much. I would rather have a 103 with a Stage 4 upgrade (or similar – eg Zipper’s 103 Sleeper Kit) – where the torque comes through at somewhat higher rpm (sort of “torque on demand” kind of thing).

    I recall the ~’05 Dyna 110ci’s – a number of guys overloaded the rear and the Dyna has a better chassis versus the Softail – so the Slim “S” could be a handful.

    But it comes with the territory – viz the Peanut Gallery will always be crowing about who has a biggest dick (as in the horse with the biggest phallus = horse power) – while it means zip if you cannot lay it down through the rubber.

    I like the prospect of a 110 Fat Boy though – sounds uber hot. A quick squiz at some of the numbers (despite my comment above) suggest a torque/weight > 0.15 and the FB-S should therefore happily smoke the ol’ Indian Chief’s peace pipe.

    Btw – the “standard” FB (with the HO-103) is now basically on performance par (by specs that is) with the Indian Chief and is $1,300 cheaper!

    However I am with those that think the ALL-BLACK (wink, wink) thing has overrun its ‘sell-by’ date – now it just looks depressing (not what you need in the throws of a mid-life crisis). Both the “S” Softails are both “black-outed” type items.

    On the other hand, the “standard” FB has some groovy colors, even a purple one – that should make you prized game at the next ‘pride parade’ (only joking!!). It would be interesting though to feel the FB with the HO-103 – that said, a used FB with a 110 upgrade, will be cheaper…

  13. 13 Seymour Aug 24th, 2015 at 6:53 am

    Harley should have beaten Indian to the punch with their own inline four cylinder bike.

  14. 14 tony davidson Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:06 am


  15. 15 Mdkuder Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:19 am

    Looks like the same ol bikes.

  16. 16 mr dick Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:26 am

    Some nice new colors, too bad they weren’t at Sturgis. You wouldn’t want to bring your new bikes to be viewed by a million or so HD riders. SOB they piss me off.

  17. 17 Rich Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:30 am

    Same bikes that they’ve been turning out for the last decade. Maybe a new paint scheme, a couple of new badges, but still the same.

    Time to resurrect big dog!

  18. 18 SIGFREED Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:32 am

    Russ Mansfield,

    ‘Ride’ over to the Polaris/Indian site for some real sleep therapy. There you can dream about exiting new paint schemes and very little else for 2016.


    The V-Rod was ground up – look where it is today.

    The Street was ground up – not exactly taking over the ‘streets’ of the USA.

    What the MoCo should do is a ‘new’ FXR – a FXR MK2 if you must, in essence the Dyna “R”.

    The 1st gen FXR fell out due to the high manufacturing cost, under duress if the accountants, however with modern manufacturing methods things have changed.

    The fact is:

    As a whole this are changing in astronomical terms re the HD range (luv it or hate it) from a time when a change in a tank badge was regarded as unprecedented…

  19. 19 Reyn Mansson Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:42 am

    Why couldn’t you give the two new Softail® S models dual front discs? These heavy bikes need more brake area. Whoopie, Sportsters® gets the latest in 15 year old technology, cartridge forks and gas shocks [also larger diameter fork tubes]

    Nothing new, barely newsworthy and lacking excitement.
    Harley might as well lower production numbers for 2016 now. less embarrassing that a mid year announcement that the projections were off.

    I have only ever seen 1 HD Street on the road but when I went in a large Dallas area dealer recently I saw several sitting off in a corner.
    Are those things sell?
    Have they given up on the V-Rod?

  20. 20 Rodent Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:44 am

    What do they say about the deck chairs on the Titanic?

  21. 21 Woody's Aug 24th, 2015 at 8:14 am

    When you get past the H-D vs Indian partisanship (and we read all the same kinds of “nothing new” comments about Indian recently”) there’s actually some interesting changes here. I like the trickle down of the SE110 engine and hope they’ll consider adding to the Dyna variations. Sporty buyers have long had a choice of vastly different engine sizes and I’m sure there’s a market for a similar strategy for the Dyna line. Most folks don’t mind a little wait for a specific bike build, and if H-D wants to keep their folks in jobs they should consider being more helpful in building to order. As mentioned, one of the best things in Harleydom is a steady supply of aftermarket parts, upgrades, etc across wide years of builds, compared to say, a “Honda Shadow” which over time had at least 5 different engines (single and twin crank) and other configurations that left the aftermarket pretty much shunning it due to tooling costs. Why would anyone make an exhast for 3 years of Shadow when they could do a front end part for a decade+ of Road Kings?

  22. 22 ozzie21 Aug 24th, 2015 at 8:24 am

    .357 Magnum…
    WOW…..better wean yourself off the Kool-Aid.
    FYI I’ve had HD’s since I was 15 and I still have 3 of them; a ’74 FXE, a ’12 120R FLHX and a ’12 Muscle with a turbo. HD really dropped the ball on the V-Rod. Fastest most reliable model they ever produced but poor marketing and unappealing appearance when introduced. I’ve had 1% clubbers say they would get a V-Rod Dresser if HD put one out but even the guys that stuck by them in the lean years have had enough now.
    My lipstick on a pig comment has never been more true than today. The Twin Cam format was originally a good one but HD has decided to go with more flashy chrome, metal flake paint and “Dark” models (wonder where they got that idea?) and electronic gizmos instead of building a strong reliable heart and powertrain, which the Twin Cam is very capable of doing.

  23. 23 troll Aug 24th, 2015 at 8:36 am

    Tradition! If it breaks, make it bigger, if it sticks out, chrome it and if it’s ugly, paint it black…

  24. 24 richards Aug 24th, 2015 at 9:53 am

    It appears that a lot of people don’t understand the EVOLUTION vs. the revolution approach.

  25. 25 Hillbilly Jim Aug 24th, 2015 at 10:33 am

    First off let me say I’m an old gray beard with a barn full of two wheelers of many different flavors and eras. I love them all and really at this time in life don’t favor one particular marque over another. I like what I see from the MoCo in 16, but like always let’s give credit where credit is due. The dark motorcycle craze did not necessarily start in Milwaukee. Just last Friday, while putting some adult beverages in the back of the truck a young man pulled up on a early 80’s 400 cc twin. He removed everything not necessary to make it run and painted what was left flat black {I believe they call it hot rod black now}. I had to tell him how cool his little bobber was and in a couple minutes I had made a new young friend. How refreshing. It makes me think there may be hope for humanity.

  26. 26 James Aug 24th, 2015 at 10:38 am

    Bring back the chrome. I’m too old for dark custom and Liberace paint schemes. Give me a 2007 Wide Glide or Softail Custom with todays technology and suspension. Who gets in these focus groups to decide color and design? I never thought one could be too old to “outgrow” Harley.

  27. 27 marcus Aug 24th, 2015 at 10:54 am

    The most telling takeaway from the new models is the almost minimal price increases (base FatBoy excepted). You might even argue they are price decreases as most of the bikes get the 103HO standard. Touring models up only $300.

    Take a look at the base FatBoy. They dropped the price by a full $1,000 over last year. And it includes the new High Output 103 this year over last year’s standard 103.

    Talk to any HD dealer and they will tell you that the Softails have been overpriced since 2013. They are too close in price to the touring models, and as it turns out the Indian base model Chief Classic and new Dark Horse are direct competitors with more to offer at that price point. In my opinion this is the reason for upping the offerings in the Softail model range.

    The 110B engine (with standard cruise control) of the S models is a full $3,000 more than the standard Softail. As others have stated, I’m not sure that is a good value proposition as a dealer installed stage III kit could get you much more power out of a 103.

    Personal preference, but not that impressed by the new paint. Same old stripes on the Special models.

  28. 28 mkv Aug 24th, 2015 at 11:49 am

    They probably noticed the decline of Softail Sales and decided to rollout the 110 to generate more sales. 2015 sales in the Bay Area are mostly Dynas, Sportsers, and Touring. Dyna’s and Touring Models are neck in neck while Sportsers trail behind and Softails being dead last. You would have to be pretty stupid to buy a Softail knowing that Dynas and Touring models offer a better value

  29. 29 .357 Magnum Aug 24th, 2015 at 12:00 pm

    Apparently it’s “kool-aid” now to identify specific features you need, and to give credit where it’s due when the MoCo delivers. Here I thought that was called being an educated, informed consumer and basing purchasing decisions on objective standards.

    Hey, if Polaris had beaten Harley in adding electronic throttle and cruise control to the Victory Gunner, maybe I’d be considering buying one of those today. But they didn’t, so I looked at BMWs next, and now I’m back to Harleys.

    I know, I know, today it’s as faddish to bash on Harley as it is to grow a curly beard and drink IPA beers. But some of us have tastes that last longer than a month at a time, so we’re patient and are happy to pass judgement–both positive and negative–based on true merit, rather than small-minded trendiness. Those who wanted to buy a Gold-Wing-killer? Their Rushmore-improved Road Glide Ultra is here. Those of us who want stripped-down commuters? Our cruise- and EFI- and ABS-equipped Softails are here.

    I went to a Triumph dealer the other day. Did you know their retro-styled bikes–pretty as they are–are still CHAIN-DRIVEN? Those buyers are still discussing chain oilers on their owner forums, and replacing sprockets every few tire changes! You folks keep yawning about new color choices if you want. I actually *ride* my motorcycles, so when the manufacturers make my rides and my maintenance cheaper and easier, I’m happy to point that out and make it worth their while with my money. You ADHD kids keep whining about how little the exterior changes; those of us who actually put on the miles and spend the money will determine the direction the MoCo takes.

    *If* they keep listening to us, that is. I’ll be sad if they start listening to you fad-fanbois instead.

  30. 30 1550tc Aug 24th, 2015 at 1:35 pm

    Everything old is new and love these new colors

    Wont be long i bet till they copy one of Nicks paint schemes

  31. 31 Tim Evans Aug 24th, 2015 at 2:12 pm

    Hey .357, amen from the back row.

  32. 32 BobS Aug 24th, 2015 at 3:16 pm

    A little counter measures against Victory perhaps? I noticed in the last year Victory started racing. NHRA, Pikes Peak, IoM, and was going to go to Bonneville. They’ve been heavily marketing muscle, horsepower, and performance. Something they do have an advantage in. Harley’s response makes sense.

  33. 33 boston jim Aug 24th, 2015 at 3:39 pm

    H-D has lost their way, AGAIN ! I can’t believe this is the 18th year of this POS Motor ! As many years as the Panhead & Shovelhead motors, that are desirable & in demand. The TC will never be in demand. They were a CRAP motor, from day one in 1999. Problem &, Issues, Issues & problems, never ending lies, tens of thousands of blown motors, caused by cam chain design. If only the Greedy Bastards had taken the time to balance the motor, welded the crank, & used Gear Drive, like Indian DID.
    I ‘ve never been a fan of AMF, But, if it wasn’t for AMF, & all the money they spent on R&D, the Evo Softail design, there would be NO, H-D today ! FACT ! You Reap, what you Sow !

  34. 34 NoH2oh Aug 24th, 2015 at 5:53 pm

    HD is in a real tough spot. They sell plenty of bikes and t-shirts but with the current lineup that will only last so long. They are a slave to their own manufactured history and get smacked in the sales numbers everytime they stray from that. I keep hoping they come out with a bike that makes the collective nay-sayers say ” holy sh@t”. I fear I may never see it. And the Livewire ain’t it.

  35. 35 john p Aug 24th, 2015 at 6:35 pm

    Well , it looks like Indian & Victory are gonna sell a lot of bikes in 2016 !

  36. 36 boston jim Aug 24th, 2015 at 7:06 pm

    Hey NoH2oh, I agree with you 100% ! I believe they are in Deep Poop ! I’ve been following the cam chain fiasco on J&P Cycles, 3 Blogs, at last count , over 1000 comments, & 750 Blown Motors, 75%, that is not right ! I have 2 EVO’S, will have them forever, life is to short to fuck around with the POS Twin Cams. Because of the J&P articles, I sold a shit load, of H-D stock, we bought for $8.-, that;s right, $8,- a share, unloaded a shit load at $65.- per share. The S&S 117″ X Wedge is a Fantastic motor. IF i ever build another bike, it’ll have the X Wedge.

    I’ve ridden 2 dozen new Indian Chiefs in 9 Demo Days, in 2013 & 14, real nice bike. I have not ridden the New Scout yet, 100 HP, right out the Box. Well the wife & I are going out to dinner in our New Slingshot ! Be Safe !

  37. 37 Highrider Aug 25th, 2015 at 11:16 am

    Seems like the “Slim ” looks like the Victory “Gunner” remarkably well

    Seriously though, what are these manufacturers to do, Baggers are all the public seems to want, cruisers are the new sportsers. Marketing is failing for HD imho. The sheeples need leading, how about a new show on TV for the masses to follow.I would suggest a then came Bronson type with say 2 returned military guys ( brothers) looking to find themselves, one rides a bagger, the other cruiser, just imagine the following ( I mean $$$$$$$)

    I personally have a custom FXSTSI and a FXSTC, and seriously many people ask me what they are? Other than custom wheels and paint and tons of chrome they are basically stock early 2000 Harleys. I love them!

  38. 38 boston jim Aug 27th, 2015 at 9:30 am

    Hey Highrider, What year are your 2 Bikes ? Have you checked your cam chains lately ? I also have 2 H-D’s, 1986 1st year Evo Sportster & a 1999 FXSTC, last Evo Big Twin, Love them both, BJ

  39. 39 John Aug 27th, 2015 at 11:10 am

    Although I love HD motorcycles, truthfully I love most motorcycles, I hate corporate HD. The CEO, any and all VPs and the rest of the bunch that’s taken the 100+ y/o company and turned it into what it is now, a t shirt boutique that sells motorcycles on the side.
    Dark line, slim line, new badge, cat eye dash, oh my. What bullshit, fix the braking issues that most models suffer with, tighten up quality control on production especially in the cam chain, crankshaft run off issues and over heating problems. How about suspension that actually works for a change ? Why is it we pay a premium price for a bike that still requires thousands to get right ?
    Finally there’s real competition out there.
    While I’m not a fan of the big sloopy fenders on the Indian bikes I’m certain I can get over that.

  40. 40 mr dick Aug 27th, 2015 at 4:17 pm

    John, you are 100% on the money. I’ve always said that I love the bikes,,but hate all the BS that goes with it. Dickhead salesmen, ten billion shirts to pick from, overpriced accessories to make your bike better, some young wench walking around all tough because she has a Sporty, etc. Oh yeah, and the dopes at the parts counter with their I’m a bad mofo attitude, buying a chrome doo-dad for their kick ass Street Glide that gets ridden up and down the street, but never sees any highway.

  41. 41 jim-bar Aug 28th, 2015 at 12:45 pm

    It doesn’t matter what they ride, how much they ride or what they buy for their bike. It is money being spent in our industry and economy. Maybe HD would eventually drop the dark-line concept if everyone would just ride and enjoy life and motorcycles…instead of the Billy-badass attitudes that everyone suddenly has when riding their HD. Who cares. Plus arguing over an opinion, over the internet!? Retards.

  42. 42 John Aug 28th, 2015 at 7:14 pm

    Who are you referring your comment towards ?
    Mr Dick
    I don’t deal with it, I haven’t been in a dealship in years. The aftermarket has everything I need at a higher quality and better price.

  43. 43 Sergey Aug 29th, 2015 at 5:12 am

    Guys thanks for info! I just got the motorcycle licence and is going to buy HD. I am on the pension and at the end have a time to became a motorcyclist

  44. 44 boston jim Aug 31st, 2015 at 9:32 am

    Hey Sergey, Congrats on retirement ! Sounds like your 1st bike ! DON’T BUY any year Twin Cam, your retirement will be a money pit. Buy a cheap low mileage Evo, preferably a FXR. Or 2nd choice, maybe YOUR Best 1st bike, a pre-2003 Sportster. The 2004 & up rubber mount Sportster’s, with the lack of a tranny trap door is STUPID, just like the Bean Counters !

    “You don’t know, What you don’t know, FACT”, Boston Jim

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