Harley-Davidson, the Milwaukee-based motorcycle manufacturer, unveiled two new motorcycles in Aspen, Colorado. The CVO Pro Street Breakout and Low Rider S will be available in the international market by March 2016.
Developed by Harley Davidson's in-house Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) division, the Pro Street Breakout gets its looks inspired from the design of a drag racer.
The CVO Pro Street Breakout will be powered by a 1,800cc, air-cooled, Screamin' Eagle engine producing 152Nm of torque at 3,500rpm. This engine will be mated to a six-speed gearbox using a hydraulic slip-assist clutch.
The second bike Harley unveiled, the Low Rider S, will be the third bike in the S Series after Softail Slim S and Fat Boy S. The bike uses the same 1,800cc engine and six-speed gearbox from the Street Breakout, and develops 157.3Nm of torque at 3,500rpm.
The Low Rider S will get five-spoke cast aluminium wheels in gold, cruise control, a gas charged rear shock absorbers, ABS, and a low seat.