Established in 1903, Harley-Davidson will be celebrating its 120th anniversary with a slew of launches and activities, starting with new models from their new 2023 line-up. From April 22, customers can check out the 2023 Harley-Davidson motorcycle fleet at Wheeltek Harley-Davidson of Cavite (and all dealerships in the Philippines), including the CVOTM Road Glide Limited in a serialized Anniversary model, and five additional limited-edition motorcycles in exclusive 120th Anniversary commemorative paint, finishes, and details as well as carryover models in new colorways.
The 2023 offering from the world’s most desirable motorcycle brand includes a refreshed Harley-Davidson Breakout performance cruiser model, the new Nightster Special middleweight sport motorcycle, and a 2023 limited-edition restyled and blacked-out Freewheeler Trike model. The line-up also includes carryover models in new colorways, such as the Sportster S, Street Glide Special, Street Glide ST, Fat Boy 114, Road King Special, Road Glide Special, Road Glide ST, Ultra Limited and the Pan America 1250 Special.
Fans and newcomers to this iconic brand can have a first look at the limited-edition motorcycles, 2023 editions and carryover models in new colorways, with prices for the new models starting from PHP 1,030,000 and carry-over model prices starting from PHP 990,000 respectively.
The complete line of 2023 Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Genuine Harley-Davidson Accessories and Harley-Davidson MotorClothes gear and apparel are now available at authorized Harley-Davidson dealerships and can be viewed at H-D.com.
New Models for 2023
Gearing up riders in pursuit of timeless adventure, a range of models will see new features and additions for Harley-Davidson riders and bike enthusiasts. The Breakout model is upgraded in 2023, flexing more muscle and flashing bright new styling over its long-and-lean chopper profile. The muscle is provided by the Milwaukee-Eight 117 (1,917.29cc) V-Twin engine, the pinnacle of torque and displacement in a factory-installed, regular-production Harley-Davidson powertrain that gives the Breakout rider instant bragging rights on the street.
Enhancing the rider’s experience, the Nightster Special’s performance will be delivered by the Revolution Max 975T liquid-cooled V-Twin engine, tuned to make tremendous torque at low RPM. To minimize overall motorcycle weight the engine is integrated into the vehicle as the central member of the chassis.
120th Anniversary Paint Schemes and New Colorways for Carryover Models
Celebrating 120 years of craftsmanship, and to showcase the mastery of aesthetics and a homage to their classics, a Special 120th Anniversary paint will be available in different schemes and offered on six limited-production Harley-Davidson models, where the color and design combinations are inspired by early Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Featuring one of the most intricate paint schemes ever offered by Harley-Davidson, the bikes are adorned with panels of their signature Heirloom Red applied over a base coat of Anniversary Black, each outlined with a bright red pinstripe and a hand-applied gold paint scallop with subtle details within the panels to portray the head and wings of a soaring eagle. The Anniversary Collection includes the Street Glide Special, the Ultra Limited, the Road Glide Special, Fat Boy, Heritage Classic, and the very limited-edition, super-premium CVOTM Road Glide Limited model.
Carryover models will also be introduced with new color schemes for the following models:
- Sportster S in Bright Billiard Blue
- Street Glide Special in Bright Billiard Blue/ Billiard Grey in Chrome Finish
- Street Glide ST in White Sand Pearl
- Fat Boy 114 in Bright Billiard Blue
- Road King Special in Industrial Yellow
- Road Glide Special in Atlas Silver Metallic
- Road Glide ST in White Sand Pearl
- Ultra Limited in Grey Haze with Black Finish
- Pan AmericaTM 1250 Special in Grey Haze/Industrial Yellow/ White Sand with Laced
More Cruise Control and Traction Control
Electronic cruise control will be a standard feature for the Fat Boy, Fat Bob, Breakout, Low Rider S models, and remains standard on Low Rider ST, Heritage Classic and Sport Glide models.
Traction Control System will be offered as a new option for the Breakout, Low Rider S and Low Rider ST models. Traction control is designed to prevent the rear wheel from excessive spinning under acceleration. The rider may turn the traction control off using a button on the hand control.
Harley-Davidson stands for the timeless pursuit of adventure and freedom for the soul. Go to H-D.com to learn more about the complete line of 2023 Harley-Davidson Grand American Touring, Sport, Adventure Touring, Cruiser and Trike motorcycles, Harley-Davidson Certified pre-owned motorcycles, Harley-Davidson Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories, Harley-Davidson® MotorClothes gear, and Harley-Davidson Financial Services.