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Harley-Davidson CVO Road King

Amongst all the other big dog bikers, do you prefer to be a pack leader? In a world full of followers, do you want to be the alpha male? Do you want to be heard before you are seen? Perhaps the 2013 Harley-Davidson CVO Road King might just be a suitable crown.

After four years of being shelved with the other regular production models, the King of Kings has returned to the CVO lineup. New for 2013 is the addition of tunes in the form of two 5.25-inch speakers integrated into a front fairing lower, two 5x7s in the saddlebag lids all powered by 200 watts streaming tunes from the included 8GB iPod.

Also new for 2013 is the detachable windscreen with integrated adjustable vent that has been wind-tunnel tested to reduce buffering. All CVOs also come with extra power behind the punch, thanks to a Screamin’ Eagle 110 motor nestled between your knees.

Ride Hard

Big dog power with 110 cubic inches of American iron beating this beast down the road.

See and Be Seen

Pictures don’t do justice to the vibrant custom colors that let others know you’re not just another pretty face in the crowd. For an extra G, you get one of 900 Anniversary colors for just that much more braggin’ rights.

Just the Facts

Engine 110 Twin-Cam V-twin

Trans Six-speed Cruise Drive

Wheels Chrome Agitator wheels, 19x3.5-inch (front) 18x5-inch (rear)

Fuel Capacity 6 gallons

Colors Crushed Sapphire with Cold Fusion Graphics (shown), Burgundy Blaze with Hot Fusion Graphics, Anniversary Diamond Dust ($1,000 extra)

MSRP $29,999 (+$1,000 for Anniversary)

Be Heard

The tunes are back on the CVO Road King, straight from big H-D. Be the first on your block to rock straight from the factory with 200 watts of power pumping the included iPod tunes.

 For more info, visit harley-davidson.com.