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Harley-Davidson celebrates its 110th anniversary with new models at EICMA

by Varad More Posted on 20 Nov 201219,010 Views1 Comments

Iconic American motorcycle company Harley-Davidson was in full force at the 2012 EICMA show showcasing an exclusive range of products that celebrate the company's 110th anniversary in 2013

 

 

2013 harley-davidson breakout 2012 eicma show

 

This year the legendary motorcycle company, Harley-Davidson, celebrates its 110th year anniversary and to commemorate the occasion, the American bike-maker showcased an entire line-up of special edition models of its current model range as well as unveiled two new models at the 2012 EICMA motorcycle show held in Milan, Italy.

 

2013 harley-davidson breakout action

 

While the limited edition models grabbed a lot of attention thanks to the chic-looking custom paint jobs and gorgeously crafted bodywork, it were the two latest additions to the CVO (Custom Vehicle Operations) family, the Breakout and Road King which hogged most limelight at the Harley-Davidson exhibit at the show.

 

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