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Harley-Davidson Releases Accessories for New Breakout

Harley offers Handlebars, Seats, Bags and Wheels for its Newest Model, the Breakout

Only four days after Harley-Davidson unveiled its newest motorcycle which will arrive in mid 2013, the Breakout, a line of H-D Genuine Motor Accessories was released. The accessories, which will also fit the 2013 CVO Breakout, feature handlebars, seats, bags and wheels.

Following are the items released from Harley-Davidson for the new Breakout:

Harley-Davidson Breakout Sundowner Solo Seat

The Breakout Sundowner Solo Seat (P/N 52000098, $199.95) has a deep-bucket design and generous padding for long-distance comfort. The dished shape provides rider back support, and the wide profile minimizes pressure points. It’s styled like the Original Equipment Breakout seat with a textured vinyl inlay and Harley-Davidson medallion insert. For a two-up ride, combine the solo seat with the matching detachable Sundowner Passenger Pillion (P/N 52400066, $179.95).

Harley-Davidson breakout Reduced Reach Solo Seat

The Breakout Reduced Reach Solo Seat (P/N 52000099, $199.95) positions a rider with a shorter inseam in a confident relationship to the ground and to the hand and foot controls. The tapered nose brings the rider’s legs together for an easier reach to the ground at a stop, and a stepped profile provides back support and keeps the rider from sliding backwards during acceleration. This seat is styled like the Original Equipment Breakout seat with a textured vinyl inlay and Harley-Davidson medallion insert.

Harley-Davidson Breakout Reduced Reach Handlebar

The  Breakout Reduced Reach Handlebar (P/N 55800188, $279.95) is shaped to provide the ideal balance of pull back and width to place the rider closer to the controls in a comfortable,

upright position. When combined with the Original Equipment Breakout curved risers, the Reduced Reach Handlebar provides an overall pull back of 7 inches. This 1.25-inch-diameter handlebar can be internally wired.

Harley-Davidson Breakout Fat Mini Ape Hanger

The 1.25-inch-diameter Breakout Fat Mini Ape Handlebar (P/N 55800252, $419.95) is 10.25 inches high to combine old-school attitude with comfort for long rides, and is factory drilled to accept internal wiring. The kit includes a riser and clamp with gauge mount. The separate purchase of additional components is required for installation.

Harley-Davidson Breakout Detachable Leather Saddlebags

The Breakout Detachable Leather Saddlebags (P/N 90200816, $829.95) offer 2,100 cubic inches of handy capacity and detach with the pull of an internal handle, leaving behind two inconspicuous docking points. A rigid plastic tub, wrapped in genuine leather, offers long-term durability. Leather straps with magnetic tips hide quick-disconnect closures for packing convenience. Installation requires the separate purchase of an appropriate Docking Hardware Kit

Harley-Breakout Turbine Custom Wheels (Same as CVO)

Original Equipment on the 2013 CVO Breakout model, cast-aluminum Turbine Custom Wheels (Front, P/N 40900057 rear; $799.95 each) feature 21 spokes which extend to the edge of the rim, creating the illusion of a larger wheel diameter. These wheels are meticulously polished and chrome plated for maximum reflective effect. Complete the look with Turbine Custom Floating Brake Rotors (P/N 41500070 Front, P/N 41500069 Rear; $249.95 each) and a Turbine Billet Sprocket (P/N 42200007, $399.95). Installation requires the separate purchase of a model-specific wheel installation kit, sprocket hardware and brake rotor-specific hardware.

For additional information, visit  Harley-Davidson.com.

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