2013 Harley Davidson Breakout
The owner of this bike was a bike nut from an early age, starting with Rupp and Honda mini bikes and graduating up to Honda and Suzuki 750's as he got older. As a "grown up" he gravitated to Triumph and full size Suzuki dresser bikes. However, after selling those and going through some tough times, he decided to go all in a get a Harley. He chose the Breakout as it used the design and fork rake of the Harley Davidson factory drag bikes and of course, was derived from the CVO Breakout custom bike. Very soon into his ownership, he had to modify it a bit and added the Vance and Hines turn down twin pipes, the open element skull logo air cleaner and the easy detachable back rest. He was a corrections officer, into hunting and other "tough guy" things, so this bike was perfect for him. Unfortunately, he was only able to enjoy this bike for a few seasons as he was hit by an illness that took him just about a year ago. He only put 4400 miles on the bike in that time. I am helping the family sell this great bike on to a new home. All the original bits come with the bike too.
This particular bike is finished in Big Blue Pearl with silver-grey accents and is running the 103B twin cam, V-Twin engine. It puts out roughly 75HP and 95 lb ft of torque at the rear wheel, through a 6 speed transmission, as shown in a dyno test he had done after installation of the pipes and air cleaner. The 21" front wheel is a large spoked mag as opposed to a wire wheel or solid fat boy style wheel and the rear is a 240MM wide , 18". The chopped fenders front and rear cover HD branded Dunlops in 240/140R 18 in the rear and 130/60B21 up front, these both have disc brakes to slow her down.
The leather seat and pillion are standard HD and are very comfortable.. well the main seat is... The quick release back rest comes off for those who prefer the sleeker lines of the bike w/o it.
Some fairly standard items such as electric start and LED lights round out the package of this practically new bike.
After sitting un-ridden for the last couple years, she has been recommissioned with new gas, tune and oil change and has been ridden around a little.
She starts right up and idles with that rumble only a Harley has and barks loudly through the twin turn down pipes when you hit the throttle.
There is still a good deal of time left in this riding season, so now is the time to buy.
The family has an asking price of $17500
Any questions, for MANY more photos and video, to schedule a time to see her in person, or to make an offer, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Thanks for the interest.