FLHTCUSE5 CVO Review
The enduring Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide asks the question, "What do you get the bike that has everything?" Already stuffed to the topcase with amenities, the 2010 Harley-Davidson CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide finds room for a few more, like the wraparound LED Brake/taillight bar and the lambent LED pods mounted in the saddlebags.
The new Boom! Audio Music and Intercom Kit (P/N 77107-09, $399.95) from Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Accessories adds front- and rear-communications ports for headphones and rider-to-passenger communication to Advanced Audio System-equipped Touring motorcycles that do not have rear speaker pods or Tour-Pak luggage. It can also be installed with a detachable Tour-Pak. The previous Harley-Davidson intercom system required a Tour-Pak and rear speakers.
High-Performance Twin Cam 103
The 2010 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Limited is a new premium touring motorcycle that offers enhanced performance and features, plus distinctive styling upgrades, that make it the new king of the Grand American Touring experience.
Second H-D Trike Platform
Harley-Davidson will offer two models on its three-wheel Trike motorcycle platform for 2010, as the new Street Glide Trike joins the Tri Glide Ultra Classic. As its name implies, the Street Glide Trike brings the lean, stripped-down, hot-rod styling of the two-wheeled Street Glide model to the three-wheel category. With a smoked mini wind deflector and no Tour-Pak luggage carrier, the Street Glide Trike is lighter and more compact than the Tri Glide Ultra Classic.
With Street Glide inspiration, details on this otherwise Full Dresser were changed to create an elegant bagger that belies its heft. Most obviously, the rear Tour Pak and plush Touring seat have been replaced by only a slim Badlander perch. The windshield is a minimized smoked affair, and whitewall tires are mounted on Harley-Davidson wire spoke wheels. Screamin’ Eagle pipes are throaty, without being obnoxious, and help the engine breathe more freely.