Harley Davidson roll out 110th Anniversary Edition motorcycles
Iconic brand, Harley Davidson, who happens to be one of the World’s most renowned motor cycle companies, is due to celebrate 110 years of building classic motorcycles next year. And as a tribute to the milestone, they will be rolling out limited ‘110th Anniversary’ Editions of select 2013 Harley-Davidson motorcycles that continue a tradition of commemorating the history of the company.
Each 110th Anniversary Edition model will be serialised and also feature exclusive paint and commemorative fuel tank badges. Production will vary by model and will be strictly limited to ensure exclusivity.
The 110th Anniversary celebration will climax in Milwaukee from August 29 to September 1 next year. Highlights of each 110th Anniversary Edition model are solid bronze fuel tank badges, plated in black nickel and then distressed to highlight the bronze. A bright gold-tone bar and shield cloisonné is inserted in the main body of the “single wing” badge. In addition to that, each motorcycle will carry other model-specific anniversary badging and trim.
Each of the following models will also sport an exclusive ‘Anniversary Vintage Bronze/Anniversary Vintage Black’ paint scheme. When available, these models come with all available factory-installed options as standard equipment.
Models entitled for the ‘110th Anniversary Edition’ are ‘1200 Custom’, ‘Super Glide Custom’, ‘Fat Boy Special’, ‘Heritage Softail Classic’, ‘Road King’ and the ‘Electra Glide Ultra Limited’. Alongside that will be the ‘CVO Anniversary Edition’ models which will sport an exclusive diamond dust and obsidian paint scheme. The ‘CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide’, ‘CVO Road King’ and ‘CVO Road Glide Custom’ are expected to feature in that list.
Harley Davidson has not stated an exact date for the release of the 110th Anniversary Edition bikes. But we presume it should be available for purchase in UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman and the rest of the GCC, sometime early next year. And considering Harley’s stronghold in the region, don’t be surprised to see a handful of them make it to the GCC soil.