2010 Harley-davidson Touring on ns1.2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Touring description
Here we have a one-owner Road King with hard bags, low miles and a Street Glide rear fender assembly. This bike is barely broken in and is drop-dead beautiful! Vivid Black paint and subtle grey pin striping make this one bad-ass scooter. A new Road King is over $20,000 but here is your chance to own this bike for $11,500. Like new, you won't find a better Road King anywhere!
Harley-Davidson Touring for Sale
Moto blogTue, 01 Sep 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Harley-Davidson is giving you a platform to express yourself and state what you love about living and riding in the land of the free. Head on over to their free country web page, find your favorite 2010 model, make your statement on riding and living free in America and share it with the rest of the world! Screw it. Lets Ride!Thu, 08 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0800
Lorenzo Lamas, the heartthrob who played ex-cop Reno Raines, a chopper/cruiser-riding beefcake sporting a flowing mane (that most women wished they had), out for justice in the ’90s TV drama, Renegade, is a real life motorcyclist, and will lead a charity ride on June 3 as the grand marshal for Child Abuse Awareness. Slated to join Lamas are actors/riders from Sons of Anarchy, Southland and American Ninja, as well as law enforcement and the general public, on the ride that will depart from Bartels’ Harley-Davidson in Marina del Rey, Calif., and end at the Newport Dunes Resort in Newport Beach, Calif. Here’s the full set of details on the ride from the press release: LOS ANGELES, CA – March 8, 2012 – Organizers have announced that the much anticipated ’Ride to the Dunes’ for Child Abuse Awareness, led by Grand Marshal, Lorenzo Lamas, scheduled forSunday June 3, 2012 will begin with a beautiful ride from Bartels’ Harley-Davidson, 4141 Lincoln Blvd., Marina Del Rey, CA to the serene Newport Dunes Resort, Newport Beach, CA.Wed, 02 May 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Harley-Davidson representatives in Japan have identified the owner of the motorcycle lost in last year’s tsunami but later found on a remote beach in Canada. The 29-year-old owner, Ikuo Yokoyama, lives in Yamamoto, Japan, in Miyagi Prefecture, the region hardest hit by the 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Yokoyama survived the disaster but lost three family members and is still living in temporary accommodations.
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