Harley-Davidson FXS Blackline Softail

Ready yourself for Spring with the new Harley-Davidson FXS Blackline Softail ($15,500 and up). A creation of the company's Dark Custom movement, the FXS redefines the Softail with features like a bobbed rear fender, an asymmetric five-gallon Softail fuel tank, a compact headlight and speedometer for a more custom look, the lowest two-up seat (only 24-inches off the tarmac) ever offered by Harley-Davidson, paired with new Split Drag handlebars, black-rimmed, laced wheels, and a Twin Cam 96B V-Twin engine dressed in black and silver. Just one more thing to look forward to once the sun and warm weather decide to return.

  • Brammo Empulse

    Have a hankering for Brammo's Enertia Electric Motorcycle but can't deal with the weak 50mph top speed? That's not a problem with the new Brammo Empulse ($10,000 and up). This electric sport bike will be available in three models — the 60 mile ranged 6.0, 80 mile 8.0, and 100 mile 10.0 — all of which can hit 100mph, or fast enough to let you take the bike off the sideroads and onto the freeway. [Thanks, Robert]

  • Harley-Davidson XR1200X

    We know more than a few Harley riders who would scoff at the thought of a hog with no chrome, but that's more or less what you'll find in the Harley-Davidson XR1200X ($11,800). Inspired by the XR750 made legendary by Evel Knievel, this performance sportster packs an isolation-mounted XL Evolution 1200cc V-Twin engine, Nissin dual front brakes, Showa rear shocks and Big Piston Front Fork, as well as a blacked-out powertrain and exhaust, sporty tank graphics, and black wheels with an orange rim pinstripe. With nothing to polish, you might call this the lazy man's Harley, but we like to think of it as a hog for the under-40 crowd.

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