Harley-Davidson(R) CVO(tm) Motorcycles

The Motor Company's Custom Vehicle Operations(R)

Harley-Davidson(R) CVO(tm) Motorcycles
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Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9780760346044
Publisher: Motorbooks
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Description

Chronicled here for the first time, Harley-Davidson's CVO motorcycles are pure eye candy.

The pinnacle of Harley-Davidson customization--that's exactly what the Motor Company's Custom Vehicle Operations(R) motorcycles are: custom-shop details that push the boundaries of style and performance with high-impact paint, killer wheels, big engines, and exclusive technology. Designed in-house since 1999 at Harley-Davidson's world-class Willie G Product Development Center, built by the factory, and available through Harley-Davidson's dealer network, these machines set themselves apart from the pack. Harley-Davidson(R) CVO(tm) Motorcycles: the Motor Company's Custom Vehicle Operations is the first book to showcase these works of two-wheeled art and the story behind them.

Produced in limited numbers, and always in high demand, CVO(tm) motorcycles are defined by the riders committed to riding the best. Whether you have one of these high-performance motorcycles in your garage or have one in your sightline, Harley-Davidson(R) CVO(tm) Motorcycles provides a close look into the Motor Company's ultimate custom motorcycles.

The author

Marilyn Stemp is the current editor of Iron Trader News online and was founding editor in 1989 of the well-respected consumer magazine IronWorks with her late husband Dennis Stemp. Marilyn freelances for motorcycle industry and consumer publications and edits the Sturgis Rider Daily during the Sturgis Rally. When she's not promoting and inventorying the world's largest Evel Knievel collection she rides a mid-'90s Sportster and is restoring a 1954 Flathead.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9780760346044
Illustrations: 258 color & 1 b-w photos
Size: 9.75 in x 12 in x 1 in / 247.65 mm x 304.8 mm x 25.4 mm
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