Priced at $17,899 in black or $18,299 in blue or red, the standard issue Harley-Davidson Breakout comes equipped with a similarly stretched-out stance and the same basic chassis layout as its higher-priced cousin. But the Breakout gets a toned-down air-cooled 103B (1,690cc) v-twin, which produces 95.5 lb-ft of torque compared to the CVO's 110B (1,802cc) mill that's capable of a thunderous 112 lb-ft at 3,500 rpm. Both models have 6-speed transmissions with hydraulically actuated clutches and belt final drive, and come equipped with a wide 240mm rear tire.
The standard Breakout's fork rake angle is slightly less chopper-ish, measuring 35 degrees (compared to the CVO's 37 degrees.) If you thought the CVO's lean angles were limited (at 25.3 and 26.2 degrees), the standard model's measurement of 23.4 degrees make it even more likely to scrape pegs. Incidentally, the standard Breakout weighs in at a porky 710 pounds, which is 18 pounds lighter than its chrome-laden CVO counterpart.