Harley-Davidson 53 Custom Reviews
Product Type: Harley Davidson motorcycles
Newest Review: ... bike, comfortable cruiser and reasonably priced. Esay to spend all day in the saddle due to enjoying riding it so ... more
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Customer Harley-Davidson 53 Custom Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/02/05, updated on 09/11/05 (702 readings)
Brilliant bike, comfortable cruiser and reasonably priced. Esay to spend all day in the saddle due to enjoying riding it so much. Economical to run averaging 44 iles per gallon or greater. Approximately 200 miles+ per tank of petrol. Upgrading the bike by stage one and slash cut exhaust pipes greatly improves the riding enjoyment by releasing more horsepower. It can be further upgraded by the use of screaming eagle parts. I would also add an alarm and immobiliser system if not already ftted to deter thieves. In summary a great bike giving alot of pleasure to the rider and pillion. Handles great one up or two ... Read the complete review
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