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2007 H-D FLHRSE Screamin' Eagle CVO Road King – Road Test Review

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By Buzz Buzzelli [This 2007 Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle CVO Road King Road Test was originally published in American Rider magazine] If you’re like most buyers of new Harley-Davidsons, you begin the customization process as soon as you take delivery of your bike-if not before. For performance you start with cams, a carburetor or fuel-injection chip, exhaust system and ignition module ...

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2006 Harley-Davidson FXDLI Dyna Low Rider – Road Test Review

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In the beginning were the singles, then Harley-Davidson brought out its first V-twin in 1909. Along came the knuckles, which begat the panheads, which begat the shovels and the Evolution engine, followed by the Twin Cam 88. The V-Rod introduced the Revolution engine, and now the Dyna series has been so completely revised for 2006 that (to rip a headline ...

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Making your Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Fit You

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[Making your Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Fit You was originally published in American Rider magazine] The first time you throw a leg over your new Harley you are getting on an unfinished motorcycle. In at least one or more ways, that bike does not fit your body. Riding this bike would be a lot more fun to ride if it did. Harley ...

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2006 Harley-Davidson FLHXI Street Glide – Road Test Review

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By Buzz Buzzelli [This 2006 Harley-Davidson FLHXI Street Glide Road Test was originally published in American Rider magazine] Every biker can appreciate a Harley that has style, especially when it performs well. Having both qualities-form and function-is a goal that many riders strive for, often at great expense. So when an absolutely stock Harley rolls out of the factory doors ...

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2006 Harley-Davidson V-Rod – Road Test Review

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With a liquid-cooled engine (gasp) created by a collaboration between the Motor Company and Porsche (wheeze), the V-Rod’s powerplant sent many of the Harley faithful into asthmatic fits. The styling, with its brushed metal and funky instrument pod, only called even more attention to the bike’s “otherness.” Still, the V-Rod did manage to maintain a few of the more traditional ...

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