Harley Davidson rolled out their lineup for 2010 a few days ago with nine new models, though Harley’s term “new models” is sometimes a bit of a stretch, mixing and matching accessories more than building something really new but there’s nothing wrong with that. Harley is working with a tough economic environment and these bikes are a nice mix across the platforms.
The Street Glide Trike is one of the truly new ones and sort of looks like an updated version of the old Servi Car which is pretty cool. It brings the trike to the Street Glide platform and appears a lot sleeker than the full on Tri Glide Ultra Classic, the other entry in the factory trike category.
The CVO group introduced 4 models with their Twin Cam 110™ engine, I like the CVO Street Glide entry with its hot rod bagger look, though there’s something for everyone with a Fat Bob, Softail and Electra Glide, too.
If models like the Street Glide are a little out of your price range but you would really like to go Harley, the Sportster Iron 883 is back at $7999 which gives everyone an easy entry point. If you’ve been thinking a new bike from the Motor Company might be in the works for this year, check out the whole range at Harley Davidson’s site. Better yet, stop by your dealer and see what they can do for you.
Link: Harley Davidson