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The new Harley-Davidson CVO Breakout is a serious show of indulgence; every square inch of this bike screams excess, right down to the mirror-like gold finishes created using lace stencils.
Priced at $26.499 not every customer can afford or is interested in all the extra customisation, s
o for everyone else Harley has created a lower priced, non-CVO version of the Breakout as the 2013.5 model priced at $17,899 in black or $18,299 in blue or red.
The standard version of the Breakout still gets the same basic chassis as its bigger brother but it receives a toned down air cooled 1,690cc v-twin engine that produces 95.5lb-ft of torque compared to the CVO’s 1,862cc engine that produces 112lb-ft of torque. Bother versions of the bike come with a 6-speed transmission and belt final drive turning the huge 240mm wide rear tyre.
The standard model has a slightly steeper fork rake angle making it appear less ‘chopper-ish’ that the CVO version. Both models have a relatively low lean angle with the standard model having just 25.3 degrees to play with, making peg scrapping inevitable. The standard Breakout weighs in at hefty 710lbs, 18lbs lighter than its chrome covered big brother.
Whether or not you opt for the over the top CVO version of the Breakout or the standard model, versions are perfect for the Harley Davidson aficionado. Either way both models represent Harley’s take on the factory custom , chopper-style motorcycle.
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