Buyers Guide 2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout Buyer's Guide | Specs & Price

2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout Buyer’s Guide | Specs & Price

2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout

2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout priceFor those who think a new Harley-Davidson CVO is out of their reach, the budget-minded rider with high-end tastes will take note of the Pro Street Breakout’s MSRP of $25,799. Of course, you still get the amazing CVO paint, including hand-laid graphics. Keep in mind that the CVO Pro Street Breakout is designed to do one thing—ripple the boulevard pavement.

With a long wheelbase, generous rake, and almost no cornering clearance, the CVO Pro Street Breakout does not hide its straight-line intentions.

The Softail suspension gives it a rough look, as does the two-tone exhaust and abbreviated fenders. Turning the CVO Pro Street Breakout is no picnic, but it’s a feast for those who only want to go straight, very quickly and in high CVO-style.

Read our Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout Review.

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2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout Specs:


  • Motor: Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110B; pushrod, 2vpc
  • Bore x stroke: 4” x 4.374”
  • Displacement: 114 cubic inches
  • Maximum torque: 109 ft/lbs @ 3500 rpm
  • Compression ratio: 9.2:1
  • Cooling: Air
  • Fuel system: Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection
  • Lubrication: Dry sump
  • Transmission: 6-speed
  • Clutch: Hydraulically actuated assist-and-slip
  • Primary drive: Chain
  • Final drive: Belt

2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout Buyer's Guide | Specs & PriceCHASSIS

  • Frame: Mild tubular steel w/ rectangular backbone
  • Front suspension: Non-adjustable inverted 43mm forks; 4.9 inches of travel
  • Rear suspension: Horizontally mounted twin dual shocks; 3.6 inches of travel
  • Front tire: 130/60-19; Dunlop Harley-Davidson D408F
  • Rear tire: 240/40-18; Dunlop Harley-Davidson D407
  • Wheels: 5-spoke Aggressor
  • Front brakes: 300mm floating rotors w/ four-piston calipers
  • Rear brake: 292mm fixed rotor w/ floating two-piston caliper
  • ABS: Standard


  • L x H x W: 91.7 x 42.5 x 35.8 inches
  • Wheelbase: 66.1 inches
  • Seat height: 26 inches
  • Rake: 35 degrees
  • Fork angle: 33 degrees
  • Trail: 7.7 inches
  • Right lean angle: 24.8 degrees
  • Left lean angle: 25.5 degrees
  • Fuel capacity: 5 gallons
  • EPA estimated fuel consumption: 43 mpg
  • Curb weight: 730 pounds

2-17 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout Colors:

  • Starfire Black/Starfire Black
  • White Gold Pearl/Starfire Black
  • Scorched Apple/Starfire Black

2017 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout Price:

  • $25,799 MSRP

Don Williams
Don Williams
With 45 years of riding experience, Don Williams is a fan of all kinds of motorcycles. He enjoys sport bikes, cruisers, dirt bikes, touring bikes, adventure bikes, dual sport bikes, and rideable customs. Ask Don what his favorite bike is and he will tell you, "Whatever bike I'm on."

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