1999 Harley Fatboy Flstf Fat Boy on 2040-motos
Roselle Park, New Jersey, United States
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Old school black and chromed out Harley Fatboy. Starts no problem, runs like a champ. Small blemishes in the paint on tank and fenders as in pictures. Low mileage, with plenty of extras and all without the worry of all the issues that come with a twin cam. Final year of the long lasting, mechanically sound EVO engine. Ride without worry.
Vance & Hines exhaust
Harley Passenger mini-floorboards
Engine Guard with highway pegs
Saddle bag supports and chrome guards
Custom mag wheels (thank god there's less to polish and it won't pit like the factory solid wheels)
S&S Super E Carb
Chrome Chain Guard
Chrome rear axle covers
Live to Ride gas caps
Chrome Harley fender tip
Battery Tender lead
Take pride in owning a big twin that gets you on the road without the worry.
Mileage may increase slightly as I'm still riding it. Too sweet a bike not to. Reserve the right to cancel the auction as the bike is for sale locally as well.
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- 2003(US $7,995.00)
- 2001 harley-davidson(US $45000)
Hard Rock and a HogMon, 19 Oct 2009
If you have any financial stability these days it seems there are many opportunities to take advantage of, now there can never be enough deals out there but here is one that sounds great. Starting at $239, you can grab a room at the Hard Rock Hotel for two nights at their San Diego location but included with your stay is a Harley-Davidson bike rental. The Hard Rock and a Hog Package includes: * Two night accommodations * Day rental from San Diego Harley Davidson * Detailed map of the best hog rides in the San Diego area * Gift bag of Harley Davidson goodies * $40 meal credit for an early morning breakfast at Maryjane’s * Complimentary access to Float and 207 * Dates: August 21, 2009 – December 30, 2009 * Rates start at $239 If your interested, check out the Hard Rock in San Diego and the San Diego Harley-Davidson sites for more information or for more destination ideas, click here.
Vespa goes back to the futureThu, 22 Nov 2012
IT'S been a while coming, but the gorgeous Vespa 946 - EICMA 2012's Best of Show - has finally introduced something to the two-wheeled world that our four-wheeled counterparts have had for a while. I call this 'reverse retro-futurism' - the art of borrowing lines from models past and imbuing them with a sleek sense of future direction (as opposed to retro-futurism, the pre-1960s design trend of depicting the technology of the future. The term 'decopunk' may come close, but feel free to tell me if there's a more exact term.) It's what the New Mini and the New Beetle (both 1997 and 2012 versions) have done so well, and so successfully: building an all-new model as a tribute to a classic, something that's modern yet already timeless, with a widely-appreciated, inclusive aesthetic (and here we eliminate the Plymouth PT Cruiser from the conversation). The biking world is great at retro, indeed thrives on it, but not so good at adding in a taste of the 21st century.
Airhawk Introduces DS Comfort Seating System For Dual Sport Bikes, Bikes With Narrow SeatsFri, 16 May 2014
Airhawk, Inc., has introduced the DS Comfort Seating System, a cushion designed specifically for motorcyclists who ride dual sport bikes or bikes with narrower seats. Features of the DS cushion include a narrow front to match the seat profile of most dual sport/adventure bikes and bikes with narrow seats. A tapered-down front minimizes unwanted pressure on the scrotum, and a heavy-duty hold-down strap system ensures a secure fit to the bike. The DS also works well with narrow customized or aftermarket seats that have been installed for the purpose of getting the rider lower to the ground.
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