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FLHXSE CVO Review
Fronted by the familiar batwing fairing and girded by the newly redesigned FL chassis, the stylishly slammed 2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide boasts all the muscular agility of an NBA power forward and flashes more chrome than Dennis Rodman.
Screamin’ Eagle Motorcycles
Each year, the shop-shirted covert agents at Harley-Davidson’s exclusive Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) pluck four models from the Harley-Davidson lineup and, utilizing an arsenal of Screamin’ Eagle performance parts, exclusive paint schemes, and enough chrome to induce pangs of inadequacy in a ’57 Bel Air, recasts them into rarified road-ravaging, lust-inducing examples of what a customer might create with a little imagination and a sizable slush fund.
FLSTSE CVO Review
The brand-new 2010 Harley-Davidson Softail Convertible unseats the classically styled Springer as the Softail platform’s CVO representative. A kind of high-functioning multiple personality disorder with turn signals, the Convertible’s conceit is both simple and shrewd.
Harley-Davidson’s Custom Vehicle Operations is known for being the ultimate in factory custom motorcycles. Mike Schulte takes us inside the CVO division of The Motor Company and rides all four of the 2010 offerings.
Suzuki’s legendary Hayabusa enjoys its 10th Anniversary, and receives special treatment from Gregg’s Customs. His treatment of the pavement ripper is highly functional from both performance and appearance standpoints. Gregg DesJardins sits for an exclusive interview with editor Don Williams.
Custom Touring, More Power
The 2010 CVO Street Glide is a tuned-up, tricked-out version of the popular Harley-Davidson hot-rod bagger. Powered by the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110, the CVO Street Glide packs serious power from the largest-displacement V-Twin engine offered from the factory by Harley-Davidson. But this potent touring bike is also loaded with the sparkling chrome, electrifying paint and fresh custom-styling ideas that have defined the CVO program for more than a decade.
Last year, the Fat Bob inconspicuously elbowed its way into the Harley-Davidson Dyna lineup, adding some menace to the family with its imposing heft and Tommy Gun exhaust. A tight-lipped knuckle cracker, the surprisingly agile Fat Bob proved it could deliver a serious beatdown and make a fleet-footed getaway. It was George Raft with drag bars. Unlike the Softail Rocker, its flashy fraternal twin, the Fat Bob went about its business with discreet brutality in denim and powdercoat.
Four CVO Motorcycles
Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) will create four extraordinary motorcycle models for 2010, each an uninhibited expression of American motorcycle performance and style. Now in its 11th year, the mission of the Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) program is to design and build limited-production, factory-custom motorcycles for customers who appreciate brilliant chrome, exquisite paint, thundering power and the exclusivity of owning and riding a very special motorcycle.