They define cruisers and attitude is their middle name. Local assembly has allowed them to drop prices, and has made them even more appealing.

  • CVO

    The Big Daddy of HDs, the custom CVO gives you everything you can imagine on a motorcycle and then some.

  • DYNA

    This one's on a diet and has all unnecessary weight sawed off. Great if you aren't a fan of bulky tourers.

  • Fat Bob

    A little Fat Boy was too much of a good opportunity for Harley-Davidson to let go. Meet Fat Bob

  • Softail

    Must have one for all Arnie/Terminator fans. Lots of chrome and scope for customization, not necessarily a comfortable ride.

  • Sportster

    Still short, sharp handling motorcycle, although bigger = more power. Always a good thing.

  • Street

    A Harley for starters that doesn’t bark out loud, is dynamic to ride and comes at an unbelievable price

  • Touring

    It's quite literally what the name suggests. You can strap on a lot of touring gear to lug around your house with you.

  • V-ROD

    HD fans have Porsche to think for this one. One high-revving smooth pulling power cruiser, if that's your thing.