Harley-Davidson CVO Motorcycles
Chronicled here for the first time, Harley-Davidson's CVO motorcycles
are pure eye candy. The pinnacle of Harley-Davidson
customization--that's exactly what the Motor Company's Custom Vehicle
Operations(R) motorcycles are: custom-shop details that push the
boundaries of style and performance with high-impact paint, killer
wheels, big engines, and exclusive technology. Designed in-house since
1999 at Harley-Davidson's world-class Willie G Product Development
Center, built by the factory, and available through Harley-Davidson's
dealer network, these machines set themselves apart from the pack.
Harley-Davidson(R) CVO(tm) Motorcycles: the Motor Company's Custom
Vehicle Operations is the first book to showcase these works of
two-wheeled art and the story behind them. Produced in limited numbers,
and always in high demand, CVO(tm) motorcycles are defined by the riders
committed to riding the best. Whether you have one of these
high-performance motorcycles in your garage or have one in your
sightline, Harley-Davidson(R) CVO(tm) Motorcycles provides a close look
into the Motor Company's ultimate custom motorcycles.
Harley-Davidson Softail: How To Hop-Up & Customize
Got a Softail? Got a hankering to separate yours from all the other
Softails parked outside the bar? Search no farther than this new book,
How To Hop-Up and Customize Your Harley-Davidson Softail, from
well-known author Timothy Remus. Whether your goal is to personalize
that two-wheeled ride or give it more than 60 horsepower, the ideas and
answers you need are right here. Learn how to install a 95 inch kit with
over 100 horsepower, add a 250 rear tire, lower the bike, stretch the
fuel tank. Included are customizing ideas, start to finish photo
sequences of engine, chassis and paint work, and a list of suppliers for
lights, engine hop-up parts, paint and chrome accessories. The various
Softail models are among the most popular bikes ever built in Milwaukee.
Make yours faster, sexier and more personal with this all-color book
from Timothy Remus and Wolfgang Publications.