A few of the wide variety of bikes we’ve appraised
100th Anniversary FXSTD “Deuce”
The “Deuce” was Harley Davidson’s addition to the “Softail” lineup in 2000, with its smooth lines and thick chroming on the forks.
In 1981, the new GS-1100 was a formidable adversary to its competitors with its four valve heads.
For the tried and true FXR fan, there is no other, and apparently the thief who stole this one thought so too?!
1993 was the 90th anniversary of the Motor Company, various models came with with anniversary paint schemes and tank emblems. This motorcycle has obviously been altered.
To have won so many plaques that you can’t remember the number says a lot about the bike you’ve been showing.
This machine could almost be considered as good as new both mechanically and in appearance.
Typically speaking, the “Fatboy” has long been regarded as one of the most popular styles of Harley Davidson.
2000 Ohara U-Bilt FXR
This FXR with a Magna Charger was constructed by Dave O’Hara Race Technologies.
2001 Bourget LowBlow
Imagine going to a manufacturer of some of the most radical customs available in America and asking for an even wilder version of one of their customs.
2001 FLSTF U-Bilt
This “U-Built” is quite simply a fat tire “Fatboy” clean, simple, and beefy components.
What do you say about a CVO bike? They’re beautifully adorned and modified with lots of performance and cosmetic bits.
The “Road King Classic” is the best when it comes to the handling characteristics of a sportier bike and the comfortable ride of a tour class machine.
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