Ready to ride: Harley-Davidson pulls the wraps off two new bikes for 2016

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MILWAUKEE — Harley-Davidson unveiled on Wednesday, January 27th two additions to its 2016 model-year lineup. The new bikes include the Low Rider® S and the Harley-Davidson® Custom Vehicle Operations Pro Street Breakout® . The motorcycle maker indicated in a news release that the cycles are part of the most most powerful collection of cruisers in the brand’s 113-year history.

Harley-Davidson’s descriptions of the two new bikes are as follows:

Low Rider S (Credit: Harley-Davidson)

Low Rider S (Credit: Harley-Davidson)

Raw, dark and trimmed to the essentials, the new Low Rider S motorcycle is the most powerful non-CVO Dyna® cruiser ever offered by Harley-Davidson. The Screamin’ Eagle® Twin Cam 110 engine, Screamin’ Eagle® Heavy Breather performance intake and Fat Bob-style 2-into-2 exhaust deliver 115 foot pounds of peak torque at 3500 rpm. Premium suspension and brakes complete the performance package. The new limited-edition bike joins the Fat Boy® S and Softail Slim® S models as the third in the new line of S series cruisers for the 2016 Harley-Davidson® lineup.

CVO Pro Street Breakout (Credit: Harley-Davidson)

CVO Pro Street Breakout (Credit: Harley-Davidson)

The new CVO Pro Street Breakout motorcycle rewrites the factory-custom book with obsessive attention to styling detail. This limited-edition motorcycle has a new, darker look and utilizes cutting-edge finishes and textures. Menacing, muscular and steeped in drag racing attitude, the CVO Pro Street Breakout motorcycle matches the high-intensity performance of the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110 engine with a look that is pure American street machine.