Tag Archives: CVO

ROAD TEST: 2019 CVO Road Glide 117 Review

By Gary Mraz. Photos by Mike Cupp In 1979 the “Tour Glide,” Harley-Davidson’s first fixed-fairing motorcycle was introduced with only nineteen made that year. The following year Harley produced 4,480 of these bikes.  In 1998 the Tour Glide became the FLTR Road Glide, using the same frame and motor assembly as the Electra Glide but with a completely redesigned “Shark Nose” fairing.  Aerodynamically refined in 2016, ...

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2019 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide 117ci

The CVO moniker is the pinnacle of all things Harley-Davidson. Custom Vehicle Operations pulls out all the stops once a year and a few select models get the star treatment. The Street Glide is one of the Motor Company’s top sellers and the 2019 CVO rolls out with all the bells and whistles, topped off with a ferocious Milwaukee-Eight 117ci ...

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Quick Throttle Magazine California Edition – November 2017

IN THIS EDITION: We visit Las Vegas Bike Fest, Street Vibrations, Ladies Who Ride, Reno Air Show and Set Free Bike Show. Our road test this month is the Harley-Davidson CVO.

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Quick Throttle Magazine Southwest Edition – November 2017

IN THIS EDITION: We visit Las Vegas Bike Fest, Street Vibrations, Ladies Who Ride, Reno Air Show and Set Free Bike Show. Our road test this month is the Harley-Davidson CVO.

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ROAD TEST: 2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide Review

114 Cubes of Pure Rock and Roll Story: Gary Koz Mraz, Photography: Riles & Nelson The baddest bike on the Harley-Davidson block is without doubt the 2017 Custom Vehicle Operation (CVO) Street Glide. The 1868cc Milwaukee-Eight 114 is the undeniable rock star of the new three-engine Milwaukee-Eight lineup. Producing a claimed 124 ft. /lbs. of torque at just 3250 rpm, ...

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ROAD TEST: 2016 Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide Ultra Review

Story and Photos: Koz Mraz Harley’s collection of limited-production Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) models, aka “big wheels, big paint, big motors, big price” with factory warranties for 2016 are the CVO Limited, CVO Road Glide Ultra and CVO Street Glide. Harley says that owners of its Road Glide and Road Glide Special models ride the most miles per year of ...

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ROAD TEST: 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited CVO Review – Mounting Rushmore

Story Koz Mraz • Photos Ron Sinoy I had the opportunity to “mount” Rushmore, Project Rushmore that is. The 2014 Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited CVO Project Rushmore is replete with the notoriously muscular and warm, 110 c.i. engine. The perfect ride to test the benefits of Harley’s new twin cooled engine – a real benefit here in Southern California (and certainly in the Southwest!) Cruising ...

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IDLE-A-WHILE: in Idyllwild – 2013 CVO Electra Glide Ultra Classic

Story: Gary Koz Mraz Photos: Ron Sinoy/Mraz Over 22 million humans tread the hallowed ground we call Southern California. And get this, the California tourism website touts that we were the destination for 208.6 million person-trips in 2011 *. It’s why the freeways are always crowded. *A person-trip is defined as a visitor trip made to a specific location and does not tally ...

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THE NEW HARLEY-DAVIDSON BREAKOUT BELONGS TO THE STREET

Aggressive Styling and Gritty Attitude from a Premium Softail Chopper MILWAUKEE (March 8, 2013) – With authentic swagger that turns heads in traffic and a proud stance certain to draw a curb-side crowd on bike night, the 2013 Harley-Davidson® Breakout® is presented as a premium model in its segment with distinctive finishes and specific components not available on other Harley-Davidson bikes. Long and ...

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ROAD TEST: 2013 Harley-Davidson CVO Breakout Review

By Heath the Chief, Photos by Heath, Riding Shot by Chris Hamrock “THAT IS A STOCK BIKE??!!” I swear I heard someone say that everyday I was out on this LOW, FAST, SLEEK BEAST!!!! Harley-Davidson really went above and beyond anything they have ever put together, in this motorcycle. The Breakout is one of the amazing new bikes to come ...

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