MotoUSA 2011 Harley-Davidson Blackline First Ride

Harley-Davidson's newest Dark Custom Softail, the 2011 Blackline is taken for a first ride. Climb on with Motorcycle USA.

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Los Angeles Times Motor Minute: 2011 Harley-Davidson Blackline - Reviewed by Susan Carpenter
2011 Harley-Davidson Blackline: New for 2011, the Blackline is a softail long custom designed to fill the gap in the Milwaukee manufacturer's "dark custom" lineup. With a wheelbase of 66.5 inches and a saddle just 24 inches off the pavement, the Blackline is one of Harley's longest and lowest bikes. Starting at $15,499, it's powered with a 96-cubic-inch V-twin engine. Read more at http://lat.ms/dFsN4U





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