Harley-Davidson touring models feature long haul comfort combined with power that will unleash your soul. Spanning decades of heritage and nostalgia, touring bikes began their lineage in 1936 when the Harley-Davidson introduced a new engine design nicknamed the Knucklehead. From that heritage grew the powerful Milwaukee Eight engine with more power, comfort and handling to go the distance with power and comfort. The aggressive looks and ride of the Road Glide Special take Harley’s most aggressive touring machine to an even darker place with blacked out finishes on handlebars, wheels and headers. Powered by a blacked out Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-Twin, it’s also loaded with premium features like 19 inch front and 18 inch rear Talon wheels, stretched saddlebags, a painted inner fairing and a BOOM! Box 6.5GT touchscreen BT stereo with navigation. The ride is premium too, thanks to its responsive suspension and reflex linked Brembo brakes. This particular example is one owner bike with just 2,096 original miles. It has been nicely upgraded with a Rhinehart true dual performance exhaust system, a Vance & Hines FP3 tuner, an Arlen Ness Air Sucker air filter, a quick-release passenger back rest and a sweet set of 16” ape hangers. There are over $3,000 worth of upgrades on this bike, it has incredibly low miles and we have still priced it over $1,000 below book. If you have been searching for this bike you know they go quickly so you better do the same if you are interested!