Harley-Davidson has announced two mid-year additions to its 2020 lineup: the return of the CVO Road Glide and a limited-edition Fat Boy 30th Anniversary model.
2020 Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide
Joining the CVO Limited, CVO Street Glide and CVO Tri Glide in Harley-Davidson’s ultra-premium Custom Vehicle Operations lineup is the CVO Road Glide, with its distinctive frame-mounted sharknose fairing. Like other CVO models, it’s powered by the Milwaukee-Eight 117 V-twin, which makes a claimed 125 lb-ft of torque.
Standard features on the 2020 CVO Road Glide include H-D Connect, the Reflex Defensive Rider Systems electronics package, Kahuna Collection components, Boom! Box GTS with Premium Boom! Audio, a Boom! Audio 30K Bluetooth Helmet Headset, a low-profile two-piece fuel tank console with lighted CVO logo, a Fang Front Spoiler, a Screamin’ Eagle Heavy Breather intake, Knockout 21-inch front and 18-inch rear wheels and more.
For 2020 there is a single color choice: Premium Sand Dune with pearl topcoat and subtle graphics highlighted by Smoked Satin Chrome, Gloss Black and Black Onyx finishes. Front and rear wheels are finished in Gloss Black/Smoked Satin, and the Heavy Breather air cleaner is finished in Gloss Black.
Pricing for the 2020 CVO Road Glide starts at $40,999.
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2020 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 30th Anniversary
Harley-Davidson is celebrating three decades of the iconic Fat Boy with a limited-edition 30th Anniversary model—only 2,500 will be built, each serialized with a number plate on the fuel tank console.
Introduced for the 1990 model year, the “Fat Boy took the look, proportions and silhouette of a 1949 Hydra-Glide motorcycle and completely modernized it for a new generation of riders,” explains Brad Richards, Harley-Davidson Vice President of Styling and Design. “Those riders appreciated our post-war design DNA but also found themselves drawn to the clean simplicity of contemporary industrial design. Each of these elements was captured in the new 2018 version of the Fat Boy model. For this 30th Anniversary model we wanted to create something very special, so we leaned into the popularity of darker finishes and a limited run/serialized strategy to make the bike truly unique and exclusive.”
The Fat Boy 30th Anniversary offers a bold reinterpretation of the original with dark finishes and a single color option, Vivid Black. The cast-aluminum Lakester disc wheels are finished in Satin Black with machined highlights. The blacked-out Milwaukee-Eight 114 powertrain is finished with engine covers in gloss black and subtle bronze-tone lower rocker covers and timer cover script. The exhaust finished in a Black Onyx, a durable physical vapor deposition paint finish that reveals the underlying chrome in bright light. A Vivid Black headlamp nacelle, handlebar and controls as well as a new bronze-tone waterslide Fat Boy tank logo complete the dark look that is distinctive from the regular production model.
Based on the Harley-Davidson Softail platform launched in 2018, the Fat Boy redefines an icon with power and presence. The entire Fat Boy front end is massive and topped with an LED headlamp in a newly shaped nacelle. The Lakester disc aluminum wheels update one of the Fat Boy’s defining styling features, with a 160mm front and a 240mm rear tire that deliver a factory custom look.
Pricing for the 2020 Fat Boy 30th Anniversary starts at $21,949.
I wonder if any rider, not a collector or dealer actually layout hard cash for an HD CVO ? The Road Glide CVO seems a desperate attempt to add gross selling margin to an ageing product.
Not bad on the FB I’d get a 2018 over it tho dont case for all black out hARLEYS
Nice work Harley Davidson.. (don’t know about the black wheels for myself) but have always loved the Fat Boy..
I’ve never understood why anyone would buy an “Indian” motorcycle built by a snowmobile mfr. when Harley is building such great motorcycles these days and is the real deal.. And I ride a Honda Shadow😀.. someday…..
Harley Davidson is dead, long live Harley!
maybe you should go to a indian dealship and ride a indian motorcycle and you would understand how good they are.