2014 Harley-davidson Touring on 2040-motos
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This is a sick 32" 2014 street glide that has been converted to a road glide. Bike has a 32" Gorby's tempest contrast wheel with matching rotor and metal wrap front fender. Evil intentions outer fairing with custom scoop and molded windshield. Daymaker headlight. Big mouth chin spoiler. One off creations inner fairing with iPad mini between bars. 16" felon bars. Stretched tank with lo pro dash. Custom 2 up seat. Camtech side covers. TOl comp killer rear end. Full billet package. Grips, floorboards, pass pegs, etc all matching. Spiked air intake. Akropovic side exhaust. Center stand. Full air ride. Everything has been powder coated black. wheel, tire, rotor was over 10k alone. call or text 843-610-5542
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Moto blogFri, 09 Nov 2012
AMA Pro Racing released a preliminary calendar for its 2013 Road Racing season. The tentative schedule contains nine confirmed rounds with another two to be confirmed. Next season will again see four classes of racing: AMA Pro National Guard Superbike, AMA Pro GoPro Daytona Sportbike, AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport, and the AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson series which returns under its new name.Tue, 22 Jul 2014
Harley-Davidson reported a net income of $354.2 million over the second quarter of 2014, thanks to a 12.4% increase in sales revenue. Actual motorcycle sales volume stayed about even, however, with unit sales increasing to just 90,218 motorcycles from 90,193 sold in the same quarter last year. Though sales were statistically the same as they were last year, Harley-Davidson generated $1.48 billion in revenue from motorcycle sales alone, up 16.2% from the $1.27 billion reported in the second quarter of 2013.Tue, 17 May 2011
Brando Enterprises, an operating entity that protects the Marlon Brando brand on behalf of the actor’s family, has filed a lawsuit against Harley-Davidson. The suit alleges Harley-Davidson used the legendary actor’s name without a license for a leather riding boot called “The Brando”. “It is interesting that Harley-Davidson – a company that is vigorously protective of its own brand – would seek to exploit an iconic property without benefit of a licensing agreement,” says Jeffrey I.
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