2006 Harley-davidson Flhx/flhxi Street Glide on 2040-motos
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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHX/FLHXI Street Glide, NICE BIKE STAGE ONE EXHA - As anyone who’s ridden one will tell you, a Harley-Davidson touring rig always makes the road good. This year, it makes the road even better. All models get a reduced-effort clutch, a 50-amp charging system and more passenger room. And for the first time ever, H-D custom paint is available on select touring bikes. Stunning new color combos are sure to treat the eyes right. For 2006, the ears are in for a special treat, too. On all radio-equipped models, riders will be greeted with a new Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon designed to Harley-Davidson specifications. New speakers, AM/FM/WB/CD/MP3 and up to 80 watts of power. It’s sound you’ve never before heard on a motorcycle. What’s more, it offers greater versatility than most car audio systems. Through Genuine Motor Parts and Accessories, you can add XM satellite radio, a 160-watt amplifier, and even a CB radio. All can be integrated right into the stereo. So what’s holding you back? There’s an entire continent out there waiting to be explored. Only a Harley can lay bare this much custom style without compromising comfort. The new FLHX Street Glide. Check out the less-is-more look. Mirrors mounted right in the fairing. Solo headlight. It’s a front end worthy of triple-takes. Chrome stretched console and smoked chrome tank badges are works of art. Slammed suspension. Clean hardbags. This is every bit a Glide with a whole lot of street. Pry your eyes off the rear ground effects and new LED fender lights and then get in the bucket seat. Carb or EFI Twin Cam 88 power and Advanced Audio System by Harman/Kardon await. Just right for parading all this style from one end of the country to the other.
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A shipping container holding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with Japanese plates was discovered on a beach in British Columbia, Canada. The container, which appears to be the cargo area of a box truck, is believed to be one of the first notable pieces of debris set adrift by the 2011 Japanese tsunami to land in North America. Beachcomber Peter Mark discovered the containerwhile riding his ATV along an isolated beach on Graham Island, an island south of the Alaskan Panhandle.Wed, 15 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800
What do you get when a lifelong horse rider and motorcyclist from Nebraska gets inspired to combine his two loves? Why, motorcycle stirrups, of course! The idea came to Devin Santana, proprietor of Nebraska City Iron Works, one day when he was riding his Harley-Davidson down the road and looked down at his feet.Tue, 29 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Harley-Davidson released today its fourth quarter financial statements, revealing the company’s fourth-quarter income from continuing operations was $70.6 million on consolidated revenue of $1.17 billion, compared to 2011 income from continuing operations of $54.6 million on consolidated revenue of $1.18 billion. Fourth-quarter 2012 earnings per share were $0.31, up 29.2% compared to EPS of $0.24 in the year-ago quarter. For the full year, Harley-Davidson income from continuing operations was $623.9 million on consolidated revenue of $5.58 billion, compared to full-year 2011 income from continuing operations of $548.1 million on consolidated revenue of $5.31 billion.
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