Harley Davidson Night Train
A Harley Davidson night train Softail is a modern ride that is smooth, low slung and clean. The Softail Custom bike looks a little like a chopper and it comfortably seats up to 2. The power of the Harley night train Softail is accurately defined by the specs of its engine; 1584cc Twin Cam. It is more comfortable because of its mile monkey bars that makes turning on the roads simple. The Softail has 6 gears, takes 35 mpg to 55 mpg, with a electronic fuel injection.
The price range for the Softail night train is 15,000 dollars to 18,000 dollars. It is a hefty price tag, I know. The 2010 Softail Fat Boy Harley Davidson costs around 16,000 dollars. This V-Twin monster looks like the dominator of the streets with its muscular chrome body and monkey bars. It looks like a relaxed ride that has tremendous power. The chrome fuel tank is nostalgic with 2 gas caps which proves that this baby is a real hog. The Softail Deluxe Harley Davidson is eye catching with its nostalgic, yet modern, beauty that emphasizes its power.
This bike is ideal for a good travel and you can put your luggage on the rack made of chrome. What adds to the nostalgic beauty of the bike is the tombstone taillight, chrome tank, and seven inch ball headlamp, also made of chrome. The Heritage Softail Classic Harley night train is typical for a tour trip. You can pack your touring supplies into the beautiful nostalgic studded leather saddlebags with quick-detach buckles. While your touring, you can maintain your Hollywood smile with the Lexan windshield that keeps the bugs out of your teeth.
The Rocker C Harley Davidson is for the loner who wants to ride chopper hard-core style. This one will cost you at the very least 20,000 dollars but is well worth it. The dark and mysterious Cross Bones Harley Davidson night train will have people shaking their boots as you cruise downtown with the bad-ass chopper style bike. But if they see you ride down the street in your dark, strong Terminator style Fat Boy Lo Harley Davidson night train motorcycle, they will probably run.
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