You might not be a cop, but everyone could just let you pass.
Back in the day, you could drive something like a white Ford Crown Victoria and everyone would get out of your way on the road. The same is true with a white Dodge Charger today, or this 2011 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Police. But it’s not just about cruising freely, since this bike is great for long trips and comes loaded with all kinds of extras.
This bike is just loaded with that classic styling which makes Harleys so unique and desirable. For example, the big Hiawatha headlamp creates a spiritual connection between this motorcycle and the Big Twins from way back in the 1960s. A nice tall windscreen ensures you’re not eating bugs, but instead you sit in a nice, calm air bubble while cruising down the highway. The black and white color scheme sets this apart from other Electra Glides, while the brightwork shines up nice for a killer presentation. The contoured and heavily padded saddle is perfect for long rides, while the large saddlebags will fit your stuff for a fun weekend getaway. There’s even a rear luggage rack, so you can strap on an extra bag if you can’t fit all your essentials.
The 456 air-cooled Twin Cam 103 engine runs smooth and provides loads of power for passing slower vehicles. The 6-speed Cruise Drive runs smooth and helps you climb even steep grades effortlessly. With a 6 gallon gas tank and electronic sequential port fuel injection, you can hit the open road without a care. Four-piston front and rear brake calipers help you stay safe by bringing this bike to a halt suddenly if there’s an emergency, which is a nice reassurance, and of course that’s something police need for their line of duty. The rear air shocks are adjustable, which is great for customized comfort.
Nothing cruises quite like a Harley-Davidson Electric Glide, ensuring these bikes will become tomorrow’s classics. They also have enough throwback looks to make them unique today, plus this particular one has even more unique details since it’s a law enforcement model. The chance to own such a unique motorcycle comes from the American Motorcycle Trading Company.
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