2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout Photos / Pics / Images / WallpaperThe prime riding season bookends for the stateside cruiser community are Daytona Bike Week in March and Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in August.
Every year, thousands of passionate motorcyclists descend on each area, with a bulk of these riders on Harley-Davidson motorcycles.Privy to this, The Motor Company had launched its 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout at Daytona Bike Week last month.The motorcycle launched was the OE version of the CVO Breakout, an expensive model that was released last summer with a $26,499 base price.The OE Breakout, which carries a base MSRP of $17,899 in Vivid Black, arrives with 103B counter-balanced V-Twin engine that produces 95.5 ft. lbs. of torque. Like other 2013 Softails, the 103 c.i. (1690cc) engine is hooked to a 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission, and features Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) and Automatic Compression Release (ACR) for easy starting.Styling is key, the Breakout featuring a low-slung design with thick forks, chopped fenders, and a 240mm rear tire. Other highlights of Harley’s Breakout are 10-spoke Gasser wheels, which hail from the 1960s Gasser drag cars, a low 24.7-inch seat height and removable passenger pillion, and various gloss-black finishing pieces, such as the lower forks, brake rotors, thick 1.25-inch handlebars, and muffler shields.Attached above is a photo gallery of all studio shots of the 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout. Each photo also makes for great wallpaper. To download the Harley-Davidson Breakout Photos for wallpaper, simply click the desired thumbnail to expand, right click, and set as desktop background.For a preview of the 2013 Harley-Davidson Breakout, click here. Also, a full review will be featured in the May/June issue of Ultimate MotorCycling magazine. For subscription services, click here.
This week we ride two genre-departing motorcycles from the established American manufacturers. Jess McKinley gives us his thoughts on the all new Harley-Davidson Pan America Special, and Ron Lieback gives his on Indian’s latest version of the FTR 1200 S.