2006 Harley-davidson Touring on ns1.2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Touring description
2006 Road Glide with 44215 miles. 88CI and 5 speed trans. New Roland Sands seat, Thrashin bars with Wild 1 pullback risers. PM grips and shorty levers. New Pioneer bluetooth radio and Kicker 6.5 speakers, wired correctly so handlebar controls still work. Cruise control works. Last week-New clutch, throttle position sensor, and rear brake controller. All Harley dealership installed. New Kuryakyn rear blinkers/tag bracket. Stage 1 air kit (will come with "football" style cover in buyer's choice of chrome or black) Rhinehart true duals. Tires have very good tread left. There are no mechanical issues with this bike at all. Took it on a 6 hour trip on July 4th with no issues at all. There are some scratches here and there, the worst being on the bag lids(pictured). I planned on replacing the lids with speaker lids so I didn't worry about it. Only other cosmetic issue is the gauge bracket was cut to fit the risers. I believe Westcoast T-Bars makes a cover specifically for this if it bothers you. Never been down, no leaks. Solid rider. No reserve. PLEASE ask any questions before you bid. Local pickup. Buyer responsible for shipping. I can hold the bike in my garage as long as needed. $500 deposit due at auctions end via Paypal. The rest should be paid with cash, bank check, etc. Bike will not be released until all funds have cleared.
Harley-Davidson Touring for Sale
Moto blogMon, 17 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
In anticipation of Harley-Davidson announcing its third-quarter performance in 2011 Forbes.com expects Harley will reveal its third straight quarter of sales growth. The article says that financial analysts expect “earnings of $0.76 per share, up 47.4% from the same quarter of last year.” Additionally, an 18.8% gain in revenues is expected. Interestingly, the article refers to Harley’s motorcycles as “luxury items,” and as such sees Harley’s increased sales and profit as a possible harbinger of an improving U.S.Thu, 14 Mar 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Dunlop says its second-generation of American Elite tires provide increased mileage, and come in a variety of new styles. Designed with Dunlop’s MT Multi-Tread technology, with a long-wearing center compound and grippier compounds on each edge, the new American Elite’s should pique the interest of Harley FL owners. The second-gen series of American Elites are also now available with narrow white bar sidewalls and wide white walls along with the original black sidewall, providing FL owners more choices. For riders of Harley-Davidson FL Touring bikes, model year 2009 and later, the new second-generation American Elite tires with Multi-Tread are available in 130/80B17 and 180/65B16 black sidewall, 130/80B17 and 180/65B16 narrow white sidewall, 130/90B16 and 180/65B16 wide white sidewall, with the 130/70B18 front tire available for select CVO bikes. For recent-model Softail owners, including models such as the Fat Boy, the MH90-21, 140/75R17 and 200/50R17 sizes of American Elite are also available.Thu, 13 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
US Highland appears to be making a comeback, announcing plans to begin processing new orders and having discussions with several OEMs for the use of the Oklahoma company’s powertrains. The Tulsa-based company did not mention which OEMs it is working with, though US Highland says the discussions could result in sales of over 20,000 units per year. The company is developing fuel injected V-Twin engines in 750cc, 950cc and 1050cc displacements and Singles in 350cc, 450cc and 507cc displacements.
Harley-Davidson Touring by State
Harley-Davidson Touring by City
Harley-Davidson Touring by Color