CVO Street Glide MSRP $32,499 and limited to a production of 3,700 units. Next up was the bike Harley calls "The ultimate hot rod bagger," the CVO Street Glide. This bike begins with the same Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine and the six-speed Cruise Drive transmission. It also has a fork-mounted batwing fairing and stretched saddlebags. You will notice though that the Tour Pak and lowers are not there. At a glance there is not a lot of differences in these three models other than the fairing or Tour Pak; the difference comes down to the style. The Street Glide just seems to have slimmer lines maybe due to the low-profile snakeskin-style seat with matching passenger backrest, or the short 7-inch smoked wind deflector. It could be the 19-inch seven-spoke Agitator front wheel with matching 18-inch rear wheel. Whatever it is, the bike has real nice lines. The Street Glide also has the high-output audio system boosted by a new high-efficiency, 100-watt-per-channel amplifier. The audio system also incorporates the iPod Nano with dock and holder located in the right saddlebag. New this year is the side-fill gas tank with flush-mount cap and LED gauge, and a new low-profile console. But it's the paint schemes that make you really notice the bike. The new paint is offered in four different color combinations, Kryptonite and Black Diamond, Black Diamond and Inferno Orange, Autumn Haze and Antique Gunstock, and Black Diamond with Crimson Tag graphics. The CVO Street Glide is a different bike from the others in its own right, not just on looks but also the way it handles. It is light and not clumsy. At low speeds just moving around the parking lot, it was easy to handle, and out on the road at highway speeds, it was smooth. Not until I looked down to see the speedo, at 80 mph, did I notice I was not just passing cars but more like flying by them. At one point I needed to test out the ABS (damn truck drivers) and with a small amount of brake pulsing at the lever, the bike handled very well. Compare this bike to the Road Glide Ultra and this would be my second choice. The FLSTSE CVO Softail Convertible without all the detachables. The FLSTSE CVO Softail Convertible with the bags, two-up seat with sissybar, and the windshield. The FLSTSE CVO Softail Convertible with the bags, two-up seat with sissybar, and the winds The new hammock-style suspended, dual-control heated seat with leather inserts and reshaped rider area, with springboard-style suspension system in the passenger area, passenger backrest with adjustable lumbar support and leather inserts has an "Ultra Electra Glide" monogram. It also has an adjustable rider backrest with leather inserts. The new hammock-style suspended, dual-control heated seat with leather inserts and reshape Here is the cut-away of the seat. Here is what happens to you if you don't follow the speed limit and scrape up the floorboards on every turn, then threaten not to give the bikes back at the end of the day. Here is what happens to you if you don't follow the speed limit and scrape up the floorboa « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | » | View Full Article By Ernie Lopez Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!