What makes this bike special:
SUPER LOW MILES!!
ALL BLACKED OUT W/ CHROME ACCENTS
BLACK EXHAUST/ ROUND AIR CLEANER CVR
BLACK HANDLEBARS AND HAND CONTROLS
BLACK OIL TANK/ BELT GUARD
BLACK PRIMARY COVER/ SIDE COVER
2-UP SEAT WITH PASSENGER PEGS
SIDE MOUNTED LICENSE PLATE HOLDER
READY TO GET YOU OUT ON THE ROAD!!
BRAKE FLUSH PERFORMED: A $111 VALUE!
An original icon of the Harley-Davidson Dark Custom style. It sets the standard for the raw, stripped-down, blacked-out look. Now with fresh, new graphics.
It’s the poster bike of the anti-chrome movement. You’ve got a black powder-coated 883cc engine with black rocker covers. Black on the throwback round air cleaner cover. Chopped fenders, to show off a little rubber and black front forks with gaiters to add a little old-school nostalgia.
Street Inspired Paint
We created paint jobs with colors that look right against the backdrop of the urban grid, and don’t need a lot of maintenance. These are tough finishes, as mean as the meanest street.
Low Seat & Slammed Suspension
The combination of a lowered front and rear suspension together with a low, narrow solo seat—just 25.7-inches high—provides comfort and confidence for riders of all sizes and experience. The ride is responsive and plush, whether you're dodging urban potholes or out exploring the back roads.
Tuck and Roll Seat
A solo seat that combines modern comfort with an authentic “tuck and roll” design inspired by the early days of the bobber.
Machined 9-Spoke Wheels
Nine-spoke wheels that are black as night where the rim meets the rubber and set off by a more contemporary mechanical look machined into the spokes.
883cc Air-Cooled Evolution Engine
Authentic Harley-Davidson style through and through, dripping with power. The rubber-mounted 883cc Evolution engine runs hard and rides smooth for thousands of miles so you can just worry about taking in the freedom of boulevards and back streets.
Born at the drag strip, the low-rise, slammed black drag-style handlebar is an old-school garage feature that puts you in a forward, aggressive riding position.