Harley introduced the latest addition to its top-shelf CVO line today when it unveiled the 2016 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout at the Aspen X Games.
When Harley-Davidson launched its 2016 Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) line of limited production, top-tier motorcycles, there was a noticeable absence – a cruiser. Generally Harley includes at least one in its CVO lineup, but the 2016 contingency consisted of all big bikes, two tourers and a bagger. Now we know why. Harley filled that gap with a mid-year model launch, the 2016 Harley CVO Pro Street Breakout breaking wraps at the Aspen X Games today.
Between its drag-style bars and meaty 240mm rear is a Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110B engine, an air-cooled powerplant with a healthy four-inch bore and generous 4.37-inch stroke. An open-element Screamin’ Eagle Heavy Breather Elite intake feeds those big pistons, while black blunt-cut mufflers will provide the signature thumping Harley cadence. Electronic throttle control and a hydraulic, high performance Assist & Slip clutch handles the transfer of power between the right grip and the rear.