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2011 Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Photo Gallery
The 2011 Harley-Davidson SuperLow Sportster has revised front end geometry to go along with its new wheels and tires.
Harley-Davidson has released its 2011 line of motorcycles, highlighted by the new SuperLow Sportster, the Road Glide Ultra and an upgraded XR1200X. Read more about the new Harleys in our
2011 H-D First Ride article
The 2011 Road Glide Ultra comes complete with Harley-Davidson's Smart Security System, cruise control, and a four-speaker, 80-watt Harman/Kardon Advanced Audio System.
The Road Glide Ultra is powered by H-D's Twin Cam 103 V-Twin, has ABS, and is equipped with the King Tour-Pak luggage carrier for long hauls.
Rippin' around on Harley's latest Sportster, the 2011 SuperLow.
Harley has two three-wheelers in its 2011 lineup, including the 2011 Tri Glide Ultra Classic.
One of the best features of the 2011 SuperLow is its 1.2 gallon bigger tank. The new fuel tank holds a 4.5 gallons total compared to the 3.3 gallon tank of last year's 883 Low.
How low can you go? For Harley's SuperLow, its 25.5 inches in a laden saddle.
The SuperLow features revised front end geometry accomplished by offsetting the triple trees.
With a low center of gravity, comfy, upright ergos, and light handling, the SuperLow is a great introductory motorcycle in the Harley-Davidson family.
Harley now offers ABS on its Softail family like the striking 2011 Softail Deluxe.
The 2011 Road Glide Ultra is equipped with the King Tour Pak with a claimed 2.26 cubic-feet of storage space.
The Road Glide Ultra has a new Ultra Classic seat that's supposed to improve reach to the ground and provide better lower back support.
The 2011 Road Glide Ultra comes in four different color combos and has an MSRP of $22,499.
The 2011 Road Glide Ultra comes with Harley's new PowerPak package that includes a Twin Cam 103 V-Twin, ABS, and the H-D Smart Security System with a hands-free fob.
Rider comfort, Harley-Davidson style.
Harley switched up the control housing on its 2011 Softail models, moving the trip switch selection from the console/speedo area to the left hand control.
Harley moved the Hazard on/off switch to a single button on the right hand control on its 2011 Softails.
The 2011 Dyna Wide Glide is ready to rumble down your favorite boulevard.
Harley's Twin Cam 103 is now standard fare on the Road Glide Ultra, Road King Classic and the Electra Glide Ultra Limited.
Harley-Davidson is offering ABS as an option on all 2011 Softails except for the Cross Bones.
Doing my "king of the road" impression on Harley's 2011 Road King.
With its wide bars, wide, comfy seat, big valanced fenders and whitewalls, the 2011 Softail Deluxe exudes class.
The 2011 Road Glide Custom's shark-nose front fairing makes it easily identifiable.
The SuperLow Sportster is the most rider-friendly Sportster to date.
Harley converted its popular Road Glide into a full-on touring machine in the form of the 2011 Road Glide Ultra.
At $16,999, the 2011 Road King is the lowest priced member of Harley's 2011 Touring motorcycles.
Keep the SuperLow's 883cc engine in its sweet spot and the motorcycle provides a lively ride.
The 2011 Heritage Softail is the quintessential Harley cruiser.
The 2011 Road Glide Ultra comes with an 80-watt Harman/Kardon Audio System and a cockpit-style instrument layout.
Harley-Davidson's 2011 Softail Deluxe is a mighty-fine looking cruiser.
2011 1200 Custom with factory options.
Harley's H-D 1 Factory Customization program lets customers choose from seven categories of options to customize fit, function and style of their Harley.
2011 Harley 1200 Custom
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