Two new Harley-Davidson models unveiled

Harley-Davidson has unveiled two new cruiser models, the Low Rider S and the CVO Pro Street Breakout.

The Low Rider S (pictured above) is the most powerful motorcycle Harley-Davidson has ever made outside of their CVO line. Powered by the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110 motor, peak torque is up 13 per cent from standard Low Rider model, to 115 ft-lb of torque.

The Low Rider S also comes with Harley-Davidson’s Premium Ride shocks and cartridge forks. MSRP starts at $19,499 in Canada — find more details here.

CVO Pro Street Breakout

The CVO Pro Street Breakout (right) is the latest entry in the MoCo’s Custom Vehicle Operations lineup. This machine is also powered by the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110. It’s meant to emulate the lines of Pro Street drag bikes, with a bikini fairing and general drag bike styling.

Harley-Davidson also says the Pro Street Breakout uses experimental new finish processes that could appear on other bikes in the future.

The CVO Pro Street Breakout has an MSRP of $29,799 in Canada; more details are here.


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  1. There will always be people buying Harleys, no doubt, the problem not as many!

    The generation that buys most of those are the early boomer and as they age will be buying less and less.

    I think Harley-Davidson have to diversify their offer if they hope to retain market share. Won’t be easy with competitors on the offensive like BMW and rapidly growing «newcomers» like KTM.

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