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2002 Harley Davidson Fxsti Softail Standard on mail.2040motos

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Norfolk, Virginia

Norfolk, VA

Harley-Davidson Softail description

2002 Softail Standard FXSTI in terrific condition. Current one , 57mis. I am the second owner of the bike. 1st owner had it for 10 yrs and put 5, 600 mis on it. I've pre-owned it for the last year to commute from Burke to DC Monday - Friday so all of the miles have been highway commuting miles. The bike has a ton of aftermarket accessories. It also has Vance amp; Hines Competition Series 2-1 exhaust with a Power Commander PCIII. Bike also has 1 1/4quot; drag bars with braided lines and chrome controls.

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Owner of Tsunami-Tossed Harley-Davidson Found in Japan

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.

Most Obvious Press Release Of 2013: Biker Chicks Sexier Than Pedestrians

Tue, 31 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

In a misallocation of funds Harley-Davidson recently spent an untold buttload of money proving something men have known for years: That women who ride motorcycles are sexier and better between the sheets than women who don’t ride. Common responses from male motorcyclists to the press release were: Duh; Tell me something I didn’t already know; Can I be a recruiter? Meant to entice non-riding females into the Harley-Davidson army by pimping the Bar & Shield’s website,, the press release was peppered with effeminate catchphrases such as “physical intimacy, “communication,” and “improves relationships” but the basal message is one of female motorcyclists being sexier, happier and more confident than their non-riding counterparts.

Willie G. Davidson Retiring From Harley-Davidson April 30, 2012

Fri, 16 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700

At the end of April 2012, Willie G., as he’s commonly known, grandson of Harley-Davidson co-founder, William A. Davidson, will end his career at Harley-Davidson.  Davidson’s time as Chief Styling Officer at H-D spanned nearly 50 years.