Harley Davidson celebrates its 110th anniversary, boasting the longest history among motorcycle manufacturers in America. For this very special occasion, the brand organizes a number of different special events, including the holy blessing from Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican.
For the less religious and more adventurous, the motorcycle maker has other news: the launch of two stunning 2013 model bikes, one of them being the Breakout CVO (Custom Vehicle Operations) that will be limited to only 1,900 units. The ride comes with Pagan Gold paintjob, but this is definitely not the only hot thing about it.
Powering the bike is a 1,820 CC “Screamin’” Eagle Twin Cam 110B engine with Heavy Breather intake. The fuel tanks and fenders feature polished steel trim, while the headlamp bucket, and front-end assembly are chrome-plated. An irresistible head-turner, the Breakout CVO also has a vented windshield, leather seats with hornback alligator hide pattern, ABS system, keyless ignition, and a top-notch audio system.
Available in vintage black or vintage orange body, the bike is priced at $26,499. Each unit will have its own serial number, and commemorative fuel tank badges made of solid bronze.