Good reason to party

We’re a Harley-Davidson dealership so of course we like to party. We party for holidays, melting snow, beer, and mostly we just like to watch the bikes line up around the building. A sea of leather & chrome.

This time of year, we have our own special reason to celebrate known as the new model year. Picture it as Christmas & New Years for the Harley enthusiast. At the summer dealer meeting in Milwaukee, the Motor Company unveils the changes and additions for the upcoming model year. 2013 is the 110th anniversary of  the company. Naturally, we’ll be throwing a party to celebrate this newness when it arrives.

2013 Harley-Davidson Model Year Launch Party

Sounds pretty exciting no? Well, even if you’re not excited about the party, you’ll have to be excited about the 110th Anniversary models. With dusky bronze hues, everything from the bikes to the jackets are radiating nostalgia. Everything is also all extremely limited. Only a few bikes and a handful of each motorclothes item will make it to the dealership. Sometimes retailers throw the word “limited” around a lot as an advertising verb but this time, I promise, we are teary eyed about how briefly we’ll be able to look at the 110th anniversary products. They’re beautiful.


The next thing everyone is talking about is Harley-Davidson’s Hard Candy paint jobs. It started with the 72 Sportster they released about 6 months ago. The wonderful thing about this big flake paint is it gives the onlooker both futuristic and vintage vibes simultaneously. Some people think it’s just too much but whether you love it or not, most will agree that it’s pretty hard to look away!

MMMM…Candy.

They’ve added the Hard Candy paint the Factory Custom options, along with a Street Bob! Just like the original factory custom 1200 Sportster, you can build this beauty from the ground up and have it delivered to Alaska all ready to ride. I find it pretty amazing that we’re able to order motorcycles the same way we order laptops and pizza in this day in age. It’s all about getting exactly what you want for the money you’re spending and every biker knows you should ride your own ride anyway!

The last thing I must mention is the Breakout CVO. Harley-Davidson.com describes it at “slammed and chopped” and I’d have to agree. It’s a striking piece of machinery.

I have no words, so here is their description:

The Harley Davidson FXSBSE CVO Breakout model is a premium custom motorcycle that mixes top-of-the-line features and detailing with a low, long and slammed power profile. Individually crafted and hand-finished, high-impact paint and graphics come standard on this CVO touring custom motorcycle. Driven by a powerful Twin Cam 110 Engine with 110 cubic inches of power, with a low cruising RPM for comfort and massive torque for performance, the Breakout Harley CVO model is a street machine with stylish appeal. The Breakout FXSBSE model sports a unique polished metal paint with amazing hand-crafted graphics, the first time this kind of custom paint has been applied to a production model. The Harley-Davidson® CVO Breakout model has a chopped, slammed custom style that’s low, long and aggressive. Its LED headlights and two-piece saddle with pillion are high quality features that add distinctive custom styling. Don’t miss this all new model debuting as a CVO premium custom vehicle from Harley-Davidson®. Learn all about it and the other CVOmotorcycles, the CVO Road Glide Custom model, the new 2013 CVO Road King model, and the pinnacle of premium touring, the CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide model.
 

Hope to see you at the launch party!

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One Response to Good reason to party

  1. Karri says:

    Can’t wait to see everyone and the 2013 product line!!!
    Karri

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