- Limited number of units to be sold for each model
- All bikes feature special edition paint schemes
- Currently launched in the USA
Harley-Davidson has unveiled a range of special edition models to commemorate its 120th Anniversary. All the models marked under the brand’s Anniversary range will be limited to a certain number of units only. Here’s the full list.
With a total of six bikes, the 120th Anniversary range includes the Ultra Limited (1300 units), Tri Glide Ultra (1100 units), Street Glide Special (1600 units), Road Glide Special (1600 units), Fat Boy 114 (3000 units), and the Heritage Classic 114 (1700 units). The aforementioned models will be available at the dealerships this year and select would make it to the Indian market.
The bikes come draped in a base layer of Heirloom Red colour followed red pinstripes contrasting the black and golden finishing elsewhere. All bikes get special black and red coloured seats and a laser-etched serial number as well. That said, the bikes remain mechanically similar to their standard trims.
Apart from the 120th Anniversary line, Harley-Davidson has also revamped the Breakout model. It now benefits from the air/oil-cooled Milwaukee-Eight 117 V-twin motor, and also gets a larger fuel tank, better rider aids, and tweaked styling.
Elsewhere, the American bikemaker has introduced the CVO Road Glide Limited Anniversary which benefits from the heritage paint scheme and will be limited to 1500 units only. The Softail line consisting of the Fat Boy, Fat Bob, Breakout, and Low Rider S will be updated with cruise control and non-lean-sensitive traction control.
Last but not least, Harley-Davidson will also bring updates to the Nightster and the Nightster Special. You can read more about it in our upcoming story.