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2007 Harley-davidson Flstc Heritage Classic Classic on 2040-motos

YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:25444 ColorColor: Maroon

Mesa, Arizona

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The smooth-riding enjoyment of custom touring aboard the Heritage Classic gets even better with the Twin Cam 96B engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). The Heritage Softail Classic features touring essentials like comfortable riding position with a low seat height, wind protection, passenger room and luggage space, combined with early dresser style and a nostalgic feel. A passenger seat and the windshield can easily be detached for an even more custom look. Chrome, Laced Steel wheels with chrome passing lamps, studded-leather trim and a full FL front fender over a fat touring front tire provide the makings of a truly original custom touring motorcycle. DimensionsLength 94.5 in. (2400.3 mm)Overall Width 39.2 in. (995.0 mm)Overall Height 44.1 in. (1120.0 mm)Seat Height:- Laden2- Unladen25.5 in. (647.7 mm)27.4 in. (697.0 mm)Ground Clearance 5.1 in. (129.5 mm)Rake (steering head) 32??Fork Angle 32??Trail 5.8 in. (147.3 mmWheelbase 64.5 in. (1638.3 mm)Tires (Dunlop?? Harley-Davidson Series):- Front ??? D402F- Rear ??? D401MT90B16 72H150/80B16 71HFuel Capacity 5.0 gal. (18.9 L)(warning light at approximately 1.0 gal.)Oil Capacity 3.0 qts. (2.85 L)Primary Chain CaseCapacity111.0 qts. (.95 L)Weight:- As Shipped- In Running Order- Gross Vehicle WeightRating725 lbs. (329 kg)750 lbs. (340 kg)1160 lbs. (526 kg)EngineEngine Air-cooled, Twin Cam 96B???Valve Train Pushrod-operated, overhead valveswith hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters;two valves per cylinderBore x Stroke 3.75 in. x 4.38 in.(95.25 mm x 111.25 mm)Displacement 96 cu. in. (1584 cc)Compression Ratio 9.2:1Fuel System3 Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection(ESPFI)Air Cleaner Paper, washableLubrication System Pressurized, dry-sumpCall the sales team at azmotomania at 888-621-8889 We finance!

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Harley-Davidson World Ride Tops 10 Million Miles; Eclipses 2012 Total by 28 Percent

Mon, 01 Jul 2013

Motorcycle riders from around the world enthusiastically joined members of the Harley Owners Group (HOG) on June 23 and 24 to shatter last year’s record mileage total for the Harley-Davidson World Ride by collectively logging more than 10 million miles, a 28 percent increase over the 2012 total. Launched in 2008 as HOG’s Million Mile Monday, the annual event was expanded into the two-day Harley-Davidson World Ride in 2012 to give more riders worldwide an opportunity to participate. In 2012, participants logged 7,799,140 miles, but this year as riders celebrated the 110th Anniversary of Harley-Davidson Motor Company and the 30th Anniversary of HOG that culminates this Labor Day weekend in Milwaukee, they blitzed that record by more than 25 percent, tallying an official total of 10,018,231 miles.

Motorcycle Thefts Down 11.2% in 2010

Wed, 21 Sep 2011

Motorcycle thefts in the U.S. are down for the fourth consecutive year in 2010,  according to a report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau. There were 49,791 reported motorcycle thefts in 2010, an 11.2% drop from the 56,093 thefts reported in 2009.

Milwaukee’s The Iron Horse Hotel

Tue, 19 May 2009

Historically speaking, the kinds of places that have openly accepted or invited motorcycle enthusiasts and their bikes were lacking in a number of areas. While they may have been convenient and offered motorcycle-friendly amenities, they did so with little comfort or luxury. On the other hand, accommodations on the higher end of the spectrum were pretentious and inconvenient for storing bikes and gear.

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