Model Specific For 2012 there are 32 models and they are: Sportster: SuperLow, Iron 883, 1200 Custom, Nightster, Forty-Eight, XR1200 Dyna: Super Glide Custom, Street Bob, Fat Bob, Wide Glide, Switchback Softail: Heritage Softail Classic, Fat Boy, Fat Boy Lo, Deluxe, Blackline Touring: Road King, Road King Classic, Electra Glide Classic, Ultra Classic Electra Glide, Electra Glide Ultra Limited, Street Glide, Road Glide Ultra, Road Glide Custom V-Rod: V-Rod 10th Anniversary Edition, Night Rod Special, Muscle Trike: Tri Glide Ultra Classic CVO: Ultra Classic Electra Glide, Street Glide, Softail Convertible, Road Glide Custom “The tubeless Chrome Aluminum Profile Laced wheel option will make for easier tire replacement and emergency roadside repair while also providing lighter weight and less spin inertia equating to better handling." The Road Glide Ultra in Vivid Black (MSRP $22,499) with the "tubeless" Chorme Profile Laced Wheels option (MSRP 4460). The Road Glide Ultra in Vivid Black (MSRP $22,499) with the "tubeless" Chorme Profile Laced Wheels option (MSRP 4460). MIA The Forty-Eight in Chrome Yellow (MSRP $10,789). Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl, and H-D Orange color options are also available. The Forty-Eight in Chrome Yellow (MSRP $10,789). Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl, and H-D Oran As they say, with the good comes the bad, and as we’ve become accustomed to, as new models come in other models disappear. Those that are no longer with us are the Street Glide Trike, the Rocker, and the Cross Bones. It seems those that want a trike want it loaded for the road rather than stripped for the strip. As for the Rocker, well that was one bike that we really struggled with. While it did have some cool aspects to it, the Deuce tank and floating passenger seat were just big turn-offs. For us the hardest hit was the Cross Bones. Eliminating that bike means there are no Springers in the 2012 lineup and for those of us that appreciate the classic look and styling of a Springer, it cuts a little too close to the bone. However, if you recall back to the initial release of the 2008 model lineup in the late summer of 2007, the Cross Bones wasn’t there. It was actually released as a mid-year model in January of 2008. So while we’re not going to say H-D will release a new version of the Cross Bones as a mid-year model, at least there is still hope that maybe something with a Springer frontend may make it into the 2012 lineup. HB « | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | View Full Article By Eric Ellis Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!