2013 Harley-davidson Xl883l Sportster 883 Superlow on ns1.2040-motos
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2013 Harley-Davidson XL883L Sportster 883 SuperLow, 2013 XL 883 Super Low - Smooth travel riding suspension, comfortable cruising position and easy handling for endless miles. The 2013 Harley-Davidson Sportster SuperLow XL883L has all the motorcycle features you want for easy handling. This easy to ride motorcycle offered at an affordable price makes this all new motorcycle one to try. The Harley SuperLow model features: Sportster tank, longer travel rear suspension, low seat height, and comfortable rider cock-pit. And all SuperLow Sportster model tanks are finished by hand and ooze authentic, premium Harley-Davidson custom style. Take the time to learn about all of the styling features and handling characteristics of the H-D SuperLow model XL883L that make it authentic Harley and a different riding experience from other Sportster models. Also spend some time learning about other Sportster motorcycles including the Dark Custom Forty-Eight model. The 1200 Low model is another one of the custom motorcycles. Find the Harley Sportster model that's right for you!
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What do Kid Rock, UFC fighter Frank Mir and Pope Francis have in common? They’re all involved in some way with Harley-Davidson‘s 110th anniversary. Kid Rock is headlining the big bash on Labor Day weekend while Mir is on the card for UFC 164 in Milwaukee that same weekend as part of the extended 110th anniversary celebrations.Thu, 17 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Louisiana state lawmakers have approved a bill that would change the maximum height of motorcycle handlebars. Current state law restricts handlebar height to no more than 15 inches above the seat, a somewhat arbitrary level, but a common choice with 17 other states. The House has voted 87-0 in favor of Senate Bill 582 to change the maximum height to the rider’s shoulder level, as measured while sitting on the seat.Tue, 22 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700
It’s almost automatic every time we write about Harley-Davidson that the company’s critics jump out to say how its bikes are heavy or assembled from parts bin leftovers or technologically decades behind its competitors. What these naysayers either forget or completely ignore is that Harley-Davidson motorcycles continue to sell. In its first quarter 2014 financial report, Harley-Davidson reported a 5.8% increase in motorcycle sales including 3.0% in the U.S.
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