2009 marks the tenth anniversary of Harley-Davidson's Custom Vehicles Operations program, which plucks bikes from Harley's lineup and builds limited edition variations replete with a long list of custom, hand-crafted touches. CVO bikes tend to be visually (as well as literally) loud, and this year's selection is no exception.
For 2009, Harley will build CVO versions of their Dyna Fat Bob ($25,299), Softail Springer ($26,999), Road Glide ($30,999), and Ultra Classic Electra Glide ($35,499). With production limited to anywhere between 2,450 and 4,200 units per model, each of the four bikes will be available in three uniquely audacious paint schemes.
Each CVO features the largest stock engine Harley builds-- the Screamin' Eagle Twin Cam 110-- which is finished in graphite powdercoat with chrome covers, and mated to a 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission. Other CVO touches include everything from unique components to dropped suspensions and chrome in places you couldn't imagine.
Riding impressions will be revealed in upcoming reviews, but in the meantime learn more about these pricey and exclusive bikes in our 2009 Harley-Davidson CVO Photo Gallery.
- 2009 Harley-Davidson Buyer's Guide
- 2008 Harley-Davidson Buyer's Guide
- 2008 Harley-Davidson Cross Bones Review
- 2008 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob Review
- 2007 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200 Nightster Review
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