Harley-Davidson celebrates 30 years of the Fat Boy with a blacked-out limited edition version. The beefy softail motorcycle features a large Milwaukee-Eight 114 (1,870cc) big twin-engine, updated LED lighting, matte-black 2-into-2 staggered exhaust and a full black paint job with bronze accents.
The bike maintains the Fat Boy’s signature steamroller stance with solid disc Lakester wheels wrapped with a 160mm tire up front and a 240mm tire in the rear — Harley’s widest factory tire. The limited version of the 2020 Fat Boy will cost $1,350 USD more than the standard version, taking the final price tag up to $21,949 USD. The 30th anniversary Fat Boy will be limited to 2,500 examples with each bike serialized. Those interested can head over to Harley-Davidson to reserve one today.
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