Harley-Davidson has revealed a number of special edition models to commemorate its 120th anniversary. All models in the brand’s Anniversary line will be limited to a certain number of units. Here is the complete list. The Ultra Limited (1300 units), Tri Glide Ultra (1100 units), Street Glide Special (1600 units), Road Glide Special (1600 units), Fat Boy 114 (3000 units), and Heritage Classic 114 (1700 units) comprise the 120th Anniversary range. The aforementioned models will be available in dealerships this year, with only a few making it to the Indian market. The bikes are decked in a base layer of Heirloom Red, followed by red pinstripes that contrast with the black and gold finishes. All bikes have special black and red seats, as well as a laser-etched serial number. Nonetheless, the bikes are mechanically identical to their standard trims.
After a three-year long break, Harley-Davidson has brought the Breakout model back, and it now comes with the 117ci (1,923cc) V-Twin engine from the CVO lineup. Harley-Davidson has given the Breakout a larger, front-facing air filter and an 18.9-litre fuel tank to improve airflow to the engine (up from the 13.25-litre unit the Breakout came with earlier). For this year, the Breakout also gets optional traction control and cruise control. In fact, this year’s models of every Softail have cruise control as a standard feature.
The American motorcycle manufacturer has introduced the CVO Road Glide Limited Anniversary edition, which features a heritage paint scheme and is limited to 1500 units. Cruise control and non-lean-sensitive traction control will be added to the Softail line, which includes the Fat Boy, the Fat Bob, the Breakout, and the Low Rider S.
The Harley-Davidson Nightster Special has also been finally unveiled, and it includes several design variances from the standard Nightster, such as silver cast alloy rims, bar-end mirrors, a pillion seat as standard, and a Harley-Davidson logo in the style of the 1970s. The Harley-Davidson Nightster loses its front bikini fairing (which is now only available on the Nightster Special) and gains a new Redline Red colour option for 2023. Both bikes are mechanically identical, with the same 975cc V-Twin engine producing 89bhp of maximum power and 95Nm of peak torque.