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Harley Davidson typically sticks to its guns when it comes to their styling, but take a look at their new Soft Tail lineup and you'll notice something a bit different. Say hello to the new Fat Bob, a motorcycle that is unmistakably Harley Davidson, but with a modern yet aggressive design language that pushes their styling into the future.

33 lbs lighter than the previous model, the new Fat Bob might look chunky on the outside, but its leaner figure hits the asphalt with tons of power via a Milwaukee-Eight 107 or a 114 Big Twin Engine.

The bike also gets the brand-new Soft Tail frame, inverted forks for better handling, dual disc front brakes, a 2-1-2 upswept exhaust, cast aluminum wheels with fat tires, a new LED headlight design, and a high performance front suspension with high performance rear mono shocks.  

From $16,999,

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