2013 Harley-davidson Dyna on mail.2040motos
Harley-Davidson Dyna description
This is a 2013 Harley-Davidson FLD Switchback. This bike is Harley's small touring bike built on the Dyna platform. It is a great bike and it is comfortable for many many miles. It comes from the factory with a removable windshield and removable hard saddlebags.
This bike to is very stock with the exception of a couple of items. It has a high flow air cleaner installed and has a Dynojet touchscreen tuner installed. It has the original tune on the tuner if you wish to return the bike to stock. I have also lowered the bike 1 inch in the back and installed the hardware for a quick release backrest that is included. It has an LED headlight and engine guard. I have all of the original parts that were taken off the bike and you can have them if you would like them.
I love the bike, but I just don't have the time to ride it that I would like.
Harley-Davidson Dyna for Sale
Moto blogThu, 26 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Eric Bostrom has signed on to ride the Brammo Empulse RR in the electric motorcycle race at Laguna Seca July 28-29. The race is the final stop on the TTXGP‘s North American series and a joint event with the FIM’s ePower series. The AMA racing veteran will join Steve Atlas to represent Team Icon Brammo at Laguna Seca.Wed, 24 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700
From Miyagi Prefecture in Japan to Graham Island in British Columbia, Canada, to Milwaukee, Wis., the motorcycle tossed across the Pacific Ocean by the 2011 Japanese tsunami has landed at the Harley-Davidson Museum. The 2004 Harley-Davidson Softail Night Train owned by earthquake and tsunami survivor Ikuo Yokoyama is now on display at the museum as a memorial to those affected by the March 2011 tsunami. The motorcycle will be preserved in the condition it was in when Canadian beachcomber Peter Mark found it inside a cargo box that washed up on Graham Island in May.Tue, 04 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Ever gone to take your Harley for a spin and thought "You know, I wish this thing had a couple more seats, infact no, I wish it had 10". Well, you might not have done that, I know I haven't, but one man who did was Steve Hopkins who built this bike using 7 Harley-Davidson engines some which date back over 100 years. To prove it rides, Hopkins and nine passengers hopped on the bike on Saturday to start the 900 mile ride from Wisconsin to Sturgis.
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