Harley-Davidson Blackline unveiled at Vancouver Motorcycle Show

January 21 2011

Review of the Harley-Davidson Blackline Review Vancouver Motorcyle show

Vancouver motorcycle show Harley-Davidson Blackline Review

Deeley Harley-Davidson has unveiled a new Softail model this morning at the Vancouver Motorcycle Show. The Blackline is the latest addition to the Dark Custom range of Harleys that are characterised by their lean and blacked-out designs.



The new Blackline visually follows the bobber mantra by being stripped to its legal limit of parts. Signature bobber cues include a chopped rear fender, a compact headlight, a low-profile fuel tank, a drag bar and the lowest two-up seat ever fitted to a Harley-Davidson.





Specs and review of the Harley-Davidson Blackline

The new bike is powered by a black and silver version of Harley’s Twin Cam 96B, which is fuel injected and rigidly mounted, and exhausts through an over-under shotgun exhaust. Fitted to a six-speed Cruise Drive transmission, maximum torque for the engine is said to be 89 lb-ft at 3,250 rpm.


Canadian models will come with a centre-mounted LED tail light and retail for $17,149. Watch for a full test of the Blackline in a future issue of Motorcycle Mojo Magazine.


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