2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Motorcycles Photo Gallery
The CVO Fat Bob made the cut again this year, albeit with a few new wrinkles like its Midnight Pearl finish and a brown, distressed leather seat.
Harley-Davidson introduces the four models in its 2010 Custom Vehicle Operations line, including a new two-motorcycles-in-one concept called the CVO Softail Convertible. Read the full story in our
2010 Harley-Davidson CVO First Ride
The 2010 CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide is built for the long haul, from sea to shining sea.
The 2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide looks sharp with its Candy Concord and Pale Gold Leaf Graphics.
ABS. Check. Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine. Check. 6-gallon tank. Tour-Pak system. Check. All systems clear, 2010 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide ready for the open road.
What? Where's the black leather? The 2010 CVO Fat Bob features a Harley first, a brown, distressed leather two-piece convertible seat.
2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Fat Bob
The 2010 H-D Softail Convertible sources the Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110B engine and has touring accessories that pop off without tools so you can convert your touring motorcycle into a cruiser in a snap.
The CVO Softail Convertible has a new two-piece tank console that raises the round speedo up higher so that it's easier to read at speed.
The 2010 CVO Street Glide handles extremely well for a big bagger.
The 2010 Harley-Davidson CVO motorcycles feature plenty of chrome and spectacular paint.
The cockpit of the CVO Street Glide is attractive and tidy.
2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide
And miles to go, before I sleep, and miles to go...before I get out of the CVO Electra Glide's plush seat.
The one item of contention we found with the CVO Softail Convertible is its limited lean angles.
The CVO Fat Bob has a high flow Heavy Breather intake with a rain sock and chrome trim pieces.
Only 2500 CVO Softail Convertibles will be built. MSRP is $27,999, a competitive price considering you essentially are getting two motorcycles in one.
The 18-inch contrast chrome Agitator wheels on the CVO Street Glide look sharp whether you're rolling down the highway or sitting still.
The pre-load adjustment knob on the CVO Street Glide sits behind the left saddlebag.
2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide
The King Tour-Pak of the CVO Ultra Classic has removable luggage liners, a 12-Volt outlet, and a new wrap-around LED taillight.
The CVO Softail Convertible comes with detachable leather-covered saddlebags with buffalo-hide inserts.
The front end of the 2010 CVO Softail Convertible features a detachable compact fairing with a smoked windshield.
At the heart of all four CVO models is the Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine that can't be found on any other Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
How's this for cushy passenger accomodations? The King Tour-Pak has an adjustable passenger backrest with lumbar support.
2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Softail Convertible
Here's a peek at the CVO Softail Convertible stipped down into its cruiser form.
CVO Softail Convertible Team Manager, Jeff Smith, was able to strip off the front fairing and windscreen, saddlebags, passenger pillion and backrest pad in only minutes.
The CVO Street Glide has new, one-piece extended saddlebags with color-matched fascia panels that have LED stop/tail/turn signals integrated into them.
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