2011 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
Nothing looks or feels like a springer front end, and Harley-Davidson owns that market with the Cross Bones, one of the grittiest looking bikes of the brand’s offerings.
Part of the Dark Custom series, the Softail chassis is driven by a Twin Cam 96B motor, for that desirable low-speed rumble around town.
A solo seat, tall bars, high-perched headlight and a fat 16-inch front tire on a laced wheel set the tone for this bobber-influenced bike.
For 2011, the Cross Bones has fewer wires around the hand controls and a larger odometer readout.
2011 Harley-Davidson Cross Bones Quick Stats
- ENGINE TYPE: Pushrod V-twin
- BORE x STROKE: 3.75" x 4.38"
- TRANSMISSION: 6-speed
- WHEELBASE: 64.5 inches
- RAKE:32.5 degrees
- SEAT HEIGHT: 30.1 inches
- CURB WEIGHT: 731 pounds
- PRICE: $16,999
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