The 2013 Harley-Davidson Sportster Forty-Eight XL1200X is another custom looking bike developed by the famous American manufacturer.
The bike features a unique design and you’ll especially like the classic peanut fuel tank with its powerful bulldog look. The custom appearance of the motorcycle is also enhanced by the slammed black drag-style handlebar with speedo and under mount mirror.
This new custom Harley rides on 16 inch wheels wrapped in 130/90B16 73H front and 150/80B16 77H rear tires. Its classic design is combined with a modern air-cooled, Evolution, 1,202 cc engine which cranks out 98 Nm of torque at 3200 rpm, with a combined fuel consumption of 4.9 liters / 100 km. For maximum performance the engine features aluminum heads and cylinders, electronic fuel injection and is also rubber-mounted so is able to ride smooth for thousands of miles.
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The Harley Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom 110 Anniversary Edition is a true eye catcher. With its fat, in-your-face front end, the thick triple clamp and beefy front tyre wrapped around a 16-inch chrome laced wheel it will manage to get noticed every time it passes down the street.
Among the unique features available for the 110 Anniversary Edition you’ll find the optional 110th Anniversary Gas Tank Medallion, 110th Anniversary Serialization Plaque and 110th Anniversary Edition "Living Art" Finishes and 110th Anniversary Paint Styling. On the list of standard features there are chrome laced wheels, new Rear LED Lighting, hand finished fuel tank and premium paint.
The motorcycle is powered by a 1,202 cc air cooled engine which delivers a maximum torque of 95 Nm at 3500 rpm and offers an average fuel consumption of 4.9 liters / 100 km.
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The Harley Davidson Sportster SuperLow measures only 26.8 inches between the saddle and the tarmac so it truly deserves the SuperLow name.
The bike is powered by Harley Davidson’s iconic Evolution engine also known as the Blockhead. The unit is based on the legendary Shovelhead and Ironhead engines, but is packed with a series of modern features which make it stronger and more reliable (air cooling, aluminum heads and cylinders and electronic fuel injection). The engine has an 883 cc displacement and delivers a maximum torque of 67 Nm at 4,500 rpm, while the combined fuel consumption is rated at 4.6 l/100 km.
The motorcycle is equipped with Michelin Scorcher tyres which provide superior performance, sensational grip, impressive durability and great handling thanks to their exclusive deep-cut tread design. Furthermore, under the rear rubber, aramid belts are used to stabilize the ride.
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The 2013 Harley-Davidson Sportster Seventy-Two XL1200V sports a vintage design language which draws inspiration from the style of the ‘70s choppers. The Sportster Seventy-Two features a large metal flake paint, peanut tank, round retro-style air-cleaner cover, ape-hanger handlebars and a pair of tasty whitewall tyres all of which underline its retro style.
The custom look of the bike is combined with a comfortable riding position, forward mounted controls and first class ergonomics.
The Harley-Davidson Sportster Seventy-Two is propelled by an air-cooled, evolution engine with a displacement of 1,202 cc. The unit is rated at 96 Nm at 3500 rpm and is paired with a six speed transmission.
The bike is offered with a standard advanced security system which features a hands-free fob that automatically arms and disarms the vehicle electronic security functions as you approach and walk away from the bike.
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The 2013 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 833 XL883N features an exclusive custom look underlined by the chopped fenders, peanut fuel tank and the classic profile. Besides its tasty mix of design lines and attractive accessories, the motorcycle is also equipped with modern technologies and a very capable power plant.
Talking about the engine, the Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 833 is propelled by an air-cooled, Evolution unit with a displacement of 883 cc. The engine is combined with a six speed transmission and cranks out 67 Nm of torque at 4500 rpm. Is also worthy of being mentioned that the fuel consumption is rated at 4.6 liters / 100 km.
The Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 833 is offered with a factory installed security system which features a hands-free fob that automatically arms and disarms the vehicle electronic security functions as you approach and walk away from the bike.
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The 2013 Harley Davidson Sportster 883 Roadster was especially developed to offer a high level of comfort. The motorcycle features mid-mounted controls which and an ergonomically designed seat which offers a first class riding position.
Needless to say that you also get intuitive controls and the turn signals are self-canceling which means that they know how long to stay on based on the speed and angle of the motorcycle.
The 2013 Harley Davidson Sportster 883 Roadster sits on Michelin Scorcher tyres which provide superior grip and excellent handling. The bike is kept in check by dual disc front brakes witch feature 4-piston fixed calipers grabbing on floating rotors.
Power comes from an air-cooled, Evolution engine with a displacement of 883 cc. The unit develops a maximum torque of 67 Nm at 4,500 and was born from the legendary Shovelhead and Ironhead engines.
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The Harley-Davidson Sportster XL1200 Custom is as all-American as any bike can get. Built for the long and winding roads of the country, this custom cruiser was designed with the idea of being an all-around companion for the most ardent of riders.
A wide front end and chunky 16" tire gives the new Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Custom a strong and contemporary stance. It features plenty of all the trademark Harley amenities, including new wheels, a pull-back handlebar, and a reshaped LED tail lamp. All these elements give the Sportster 1200 Custom an exciting new look that should be an eye candy to a lot of riders. The headlamp offers a reshaped classic Sporter "eyebrow" look while the taillight comes with a new shape that features a bright, low-maintenance LED element. The pull-back handlebar, a critical piece of Harley’s design engineering, is mounted on a curved riser that likewise incorporates an LED warning light display. The bike is then finished off with a pair of chrome, 5-Spoke cast aluminum wheels on the front and rear and wrapped in Michelin Scorcher “31” tires.
In terms of powertrain, the Sportster 1200 Custom is far from a push-over, thanks to a mighty and rubber mounted 1200cc Evolution V-Twin powertrain with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) and mated to a five-speed transmission and a dual staggered exhaust system.
On top of all of its features, the Sportster 1200 Custom also comes with an H-D1 factory customization, a new opportunity that allows the customer to choose from seven option categories to optimize fit, function and style. By selecting from available factory-installed wheels, handlebars, seats, paint, foot control position, security system, and engine finish, the customer can create a 1200 Custom that is a truly personalized motorcycle that oozes of power and attitude.
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Some bikes are made to thrill while others are made to shrill. The Harley-Davidson Sportster XL1200N Nightster is both - and a whole lot more.
Ever since its introduction in 2007, the Nightster model has prowled the streets with a deep, menacing growl. Its low, dark, and aggressive, and its styling has brought back some serious attitude to Harley’s Sportster family. With chopped front and rear fenders, a side-mounted license plate, a low 25.3" seat height, old-school front fork gaiters, and raw-boned graphics, the Sportster Nightster has become the ideal no-nonsense cruiser bike Harley-Davidson fans have come to love.
Other design details of the Sportster Nightster include a chopped front fender with black brackets and lightening holes, a chopped rear fender with black supports, black fork sliders and fork gaiters, a Sportster Classic solo seat, a black headlamp body with a black visor and satin trim ring, a low-rise handlebar and black riser, and a new pair of laced steel wheels with chrome spokes and black hubs.
What makes the Sportster Nightster all the more impressive, apart from its design, is its performance capabilities. To ensure that the Nightster upholds its bad-ass reputation, Harley fitted the bike with a rubber-mounted 1200cc Evolution V-Twin powertrain with an Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) system and mated to a five-speed transmission.
Unlike the rest of Harley’s family of models, the Nightster has been around for a little over four years. But in that time, it has become one of the most sought-after cruisers on the market, mainly because it’s stealthy look matches well with the customer’s need for a powerful and versatile cruiser.
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The Harley-Davidson Sportster XL883L SuperLow is a throwback to what Harley’s are all about: fun to ride, easy to own, and plenty of performance.
We all know that any motorcycle is more enjoyable when its fit, function, and styling are a perfect match to its owner. That’s why the Sportster XL883L SuperLow is such a fun bike because it offers plenty of the things riders enjoy in a low-hung cruiser. Balanced and responsive handling is a key element of the SuperLow, helping the rider and the machine glide through corners with smooth confidence. The bike’s combination of wheel size, radial tires, and front-end geometry also contributes to its outstanding maneuverability while the final drive ratio is matched to the rear wheel size to provide smooth acceleration.
The bike also offers a generous rear-suspension travel while it’s aerodynamic design comes with plenty of advantages, including a deeply cushioned seat and an easy-reach handlebar that provides outstanding comfort.
In terms of performance the SuperLow has riders covered with an Evolution V-Twin powertrain with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), which Harley rubber-mounted to reduce the powertrain vibration. The engine is then mated to a five-speed transmission with a dual staggered exhaust system.
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The Harley-Davidson Sportster XL883N Iron 883 is the personification of a stealthy and evocative bike that the Sportster line has been known for since it was born on the gritty dirt tracks and drag strips of the 50’s.
Fast forward to 2012 and the Iron 883 is still a favorite cruiser for Harley enthusiasts, highlighted by a design that evokes its Dark Custom styling.
Among the stand-out features of the Iron 883 include new black side covers, black powder-coated engine and covers, a black headlamp bucket with black visor and a satin trim ring, a black drag-style handlebar and riser, a chrome exhaust with dual straight-cut mufflers, black fork sliders and fork gaiters, and a pair of 13-spoke cast aluminum wheels wrapped in 31" Michelin Scorcher front and rear tires.
Inside, the Iron 883 runs with an 883cc Evolution V-Twin powertrain with Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). The ridiculously powerful engine comes with a five-speed transmission with a dual staggered exhaust system.
True to its calling as an all-world cruiser, the Iron 883 takes attitude to a really, really dark place. It reflects the style of riders who want a quality
ride with no hassles; it’s the blacked-out, back-alley bruiser that’s considered the “anti-chrome” Harley model.
The Iron 883 is for those who want their first taste of that ride-hard-and-put-up-wet lifestyle that Dark Customs bikes are famous for.
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