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Harley-Davidson CVO rolls out four models in 2011


by Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada

As reported by Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada

New High-Performance Audio Systems, Premium Seats, and Custom Paint
Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) created four limited-production motorcycles for the 2011 model season.

The all-new CVO Road Glide Ultra
A premium touring machine with an aerodynamic frame-mounted fairing, the CVO Road Glide Ultra features a Road Tech zūmo 660 GPS navigation system, upgraded Harman/Kardon Advanced Audio system with Boom! Bagger speakers and an 8 GB iPod nano and dock, and a two-up suspended touring seat with dual heat controls, adjustable backrests, and leather insert surfaces. Wind tunnel testing was used to design a new mounting angle for the 16‑inch Road Glide windshield and discreet deflectors that reduce buffeting in the rider area. A push-button, remote control key fob activates power locks on the Tour-Pak® luggage carrier, saddlebags, and ignition. Canadian MSRP for the 2011 CVOTM Road Glide Ultra bike starts at $41,919.

This is the most aerodynamically effective model at H-D, bar none. (Photo: Harley-Davidson)

Three CVO models return for 2011 with new paint schemes and features:

CVO Street Glide
The CVOTM Street Glide bike rolls out on a new 19-inch Agitator front wheel, the largest-diameter wheel ever offered on a Harley-Davidson® Touring motorcycle. Ventilated fairing lowers house two of the six speakers that are part of a high-output audio system boosted by a new high-efficiency, 100-watt-per-channel amplifier.

The audio system also incorporates an 8 GB iPod® nano with dock and holder located in the right saddlebag. The side fill fuel tank is topped with a flush-mount cap and LED gauge, and a new low profile console. A new low profile seat is faced with snake-style leather inserts, and the fairing is topped with a new seven-inch smoked wind deflector.

Busy paint job makes this Bagger stick out in a crowd. (Photo: Harley-Davidson)
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