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Harley-Davidson V-Rod

Harley-Davidson V-Rod

4.7 from 3 reviews

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Bonks

BonksPerth, WA

  • 3 reviews

Muscle Variant

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Purchased in January 2014 for $20,000.00.

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Snugs

SnugsMid North Coast, NSW

  • 14 reviews
  • 17 likes

So fat

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2016 matte grey. Dropped a Akro titanium exhaust on it. Race filter. Had it tuned. Few aesthetic mods. Such a joy to ride. I come from riding sports bikes where my wrists would hurt after an hour, I can ride this thing all day. You can throw it into the corners, it's fun but it'll never handle like a sports bike. It's not bad off the mark and sounds mean. Would say I'm surprised with the build quality of the Harleys, it's better than I thought after coming from the jap bikes

Date PurchasedFeb 2016
Tony1515

Tony1515Vic, 3136

  • 5 reviews
  • 3 likes

Awesome bike

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This bike is exhilarating. It's so fast, you have to hang on tight or die. 220km on the straight, burns rubber like a pro dragster, sticks like glue to the road. What more could you ask for? Get rid of the [censored word removed] Dunlop tyres and you've got the best performance bike Harley will ever make. I have found that Pirelli tyres (Night Dragons) really are the most suitable for cornering and sticking on the road. Costs a bit more but how much is your life worth? Servicing costs no more than any other bike.
Performance, reliability - twice melbourne to Qld without missing a beat.
Poor cornering if tyres are not good quality.

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CategoryCruiser Bikes
Release dateJan 2007

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