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Harley-Davidson Offers Three New 2011 Models

Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Rippin around on Harleys latest Sportster  the 2011 SuperLow.
The 2011 Harley-Davidson SuperLow features a smaller front wheel with a lower profile and lighter tires which reduced unsprung weight and spin inertia as Harley attempts to make it as rider-friendly for first-time buyers as possible.
The 2011 Harley-Davidson SuperLow Sportster has revised front end geometry to go along with its new wheels and tires.
Harley-Davidson introduces the new SuperLow, XR1200X and Road Glide Ultra models with its expansive line of 2011-model-year motorcycles. With 32 models including urban brawlers, long-haul touring machines, contemporary customs drenched in chrome, dark retro-style bobbers, exhilarating sport roadsters and inviting standards, Harley-Davidson offers a motorcycle to match the desires of almost any street rider. Each rolls to the sound track of the American road, a syncopated V-Twin cadence that is the pulse of every Harley-Davidson motorcycle.

Highlights of the 2011 Harley-Davidson line include:

• The new SuperLow combines revised front end geometry, new wheels and tires with a reshaped seat and handlebars to achieve well-balanced handling and comfort that will inspire confidence in new riders and exhilarate those with experience.

• The qualities of a frame-mounted fairing and luxury touring accommodations come together in the new Road Glide Ultra. Powered by a Twin Cam 103 engine, this long-haul beauty comes equipped with a King Tour-Pak luggage carrier, vented fairing lowers, ABS (anti-lock braking system), Harley-Davidson Smart Security System, cruise control, and a four-speaker, 80-watt Harman/Kardon Advanced Audio System.

• The new XR1200X is Harley-Davidson Sportster performance honed to its finest edge, with adjustable front and rear suspension, floating front brake rotors and the surging power of a high-compression 1200cc Evolution V-Twin engine.

• Select Touring models gain power and technology with the new Harley-Davidson PowerPak, which bundles the Twin Cam 103 engine with ABS (anti-lock braking system) and the H-D Smart Security System. PowerPak is a standard feature on the 2011 Road King Classic, Electra Glide Ultra Limited, and Road Glide Ultra models, and will be available as a factory-installed option on the 2011 Street Glide and Road Glide Custom models.

• 2011 Harley-Davidson Softail models except Cross Bones are newly available with optional ABS. New hand controls add features, convenience and cleaner styling.

The 2011 Road Glide Ultra comes complete with Harley-Davidsons Smart Security System  cruise control  and a four-speaker  80-watt Harman Kardon Advanced Audio System.
The 2011 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.
The Road Glide Ultra is powered by H-Ds Twin Cam 103 V-Twin  has ABS  and is equipped with the King Tour-Pak luggage carrier for long hauls.
• The 2011 VRSC power-cruisers are available with a new Security Package option, which bundles ABS with a Smart Security System for greater value. Michelin Scorcher tires and new colors and graphics round out changes to the Night Rod Special and the V-Rod Muscle.

• The four 2011 Dyna models project pure attitude. Built with the rawest styling of all the Big Twin motorcycles, Dyna models are a customizer’s dream. Each is offered in new colors.

Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) offers four premium, limited-production motorcycles for 2011.

• The new CVO Road Glide Ultra features a Road Tech zumo 660 GPS navigation system, upgraded Harman/Kardon Advanced Audio system with BOOM! Bagger speakers and an 8GB iPod nano and dock, and a two-up suspended touring seat with dual heat controls.

• The CVO Street Glide rolls on a new 19-inch Agitator front wheel, and new ventilated fairing lowers house two of the six speakers that are part of a 100-watt-per-channel audio system that incorporates an 8GB iPod nano with dock.

• The CVO Softail Convertible has a new audio system that integrates 3.5-inch speakers and a 20-watt-per-channel amplifier into a redesigned inner fairing. Music is delivered by an 8GB iPod nano stored in a protective pouch. Also new is a 1.25-inch welded mini-ape handlebar, Electronic Throttle Control (ETC), cruise control, keyless ignition and ABS.

• The CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide has a new suspended, heated, two-up seat with leather inserts. Dual mufflers feature new chrome billet end caps with black spears, and new mirrors are finished in mirror chrome.
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Las Vegas Harley-Davidson -Las Vegas HD & Red Rock HD  August 13, 2010 11:28 AM
We were lucky enough to attend the 2010 Summer Dealer Meeting in Las Vegas a couple of weeks ago and we got to check out the new 2011 models up close! There are some amazing new features for the 2011 bikes! We highlighted two of our new favorites on our blog this week! Make sure to check it out! http://lasvegasharley.wordpress.com/
Will -Old  July 30, 2010 02:33 PM
“New”models? All I see here is the same old models with new names and options. Compare the responses to this post about Harley’s “new” models to the response of Victory’s new models!!!
Mike Adams -GM  July 27, 2010 03:53 PM
When are we getting back to all American made. Bike,Motor clothes, and accessaries Please American made for American riders