Motorcycle Types Cruiser Because the Night

Because the Night

Blacked-out in a most sinister manner, the new Harley-Davidson Sportster XL 1200N Nightster oozes hot-rod cool, with its bobbed rear fender, retro fork gaiters, side-mounted license plate, and taillights integrated into the rear turn signals.

The rims, front forks and triple clamp, headlight cover, handlebar, levers, turn signals and air cleaner insert are all finished in black.



The seating is of interest, as the Nightster’s 25.3-inch perch is an inch lower than the Sportster 1200 Low and also no higher than the Sporster 883 Low. With only a single seat provided, admiring females of your solo cool will have to give you their phone number for a later rendezvous, ensuring an unencumbered ride home.

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