This new creation from Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) is one of the most remarkable motorcycles in the Harley-Davidson line. With road-shaking power, blinding chrome, extreme colour matching and custom innovation, the result is a bobtail beauty that cuts an unmistakable profile. Approximately 2,500 examples of the 2007 Screamin' Eagle Softail Springer will be assembled at the York Vehicle Operations facility.
The distinctive Springer front end is executed with painted forks, colour-matched to the paint scheme on the bodywork and frame, with chromed suspension spring and damper unit. The forks hold a 21-inch Revolver chrome 10-spoke forged aluminium wheel. A 32 mm diameter handlebar is secured with new smooth clamps and tucked in between the clamps is a mini-tachometer with a new smooth bezel. The Screamin' Eagle Softail Springer launches a new centreline accessory collection that includes grips, pegs and brake and shifter pedals.The smooth contours of the new console flow with the shape of the handlebar clamps and the tach. Ribs molded into the console continue along the length of the two-up leather seat.
The seat carries the eye over a classic bobtail fender that covers a fat, 200mm rear tyre on a 17-inch Revolver chrome 10-spoke forged aluminium rear wheel. The fender also holds a new Tri-Bar LED tail lamp, which is tightly packaged to give the back end a modern custom look.
The Screamin' Eagle Softail Springer will be offered in three exclusive colour combinations: Canyon Copper and Candy Red, Abyss Blue and Blue Pearl, and Amarillo Gold and Candy Tangerine. Frame, swing arm and fork paint colour is coordinated with each paint pattern.