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2012-03-02 2010 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom Motorcycles View Listings

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I bought this bike in Febraury, 2011 with the intention of riding it to Strokers Dallas. I love this bike. My wife and I had no problem riding all the way to Texas with all our stuff. The power is plenty and storage was something I was not used to since I'm used to riding a Softail Standard. I had to get rid of the sorry excuse of a windshield and bought a Windvest, much better. I traded the seat for a Mustang. We had no problem putting 550 miles a day on it although the bars could use some elevation. But when I got home I took all of the after market stuff off and now the only thing after market on it is the windshield. It is a very comfortable bike in its stock configuration but by adding the seat, it raised me up two inches which made the bars too low. It's faster than the Softail I had so I have not felt the need to start doing performance upgrades to it. Plus I like being able to hear the radio and not getting everybody upset in every small town we rode through. We did 4,000 miles in two weeks. So I think I will just leave it alone for now. In closing I wish I would have started on this bike. It would have saved me a lot of money and aches and pain.
- Keelo, Simi Valley, California

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2011-01-12 2010 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom Motorcycles View Listings

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This is my fifth bike, and as far as I'm concerned, it's the last bike I'll ever buy. What I mean by that is that it doesn't get any better than this; there's no bike out there that I'd rather have. Sure, the Electra Glides are supposedly nicer, but I have no desire for a full dresser bike. For what I'm looking for. this is as good as it gets. As far as reliability goes, I've never had a major issue with any of my Harleys, and this one is no exception. All of the issues that I have had (relatively few, and minor as they were), were all handled by the dealer quickly and professionally. I had all the upgrades listed below installed before I took delivery of the bike, so I can't compare it's current performance to stock, but if the dyno-sheet is any comparison, there is no comparison. I'm putting down 107 lb./ft. of torque to the rear wheel, and that is just nuts. For such a big, heavy bike, this thing is really really quick. My last bike was a V-rod, so I know quick, and while it obviously isn't V-rod quick, it's impressive nonetheless. It pulls hard from 2.5k, all the way to redline, and does it all over again when you hit the next gear. In the comfort department, this is easily the most comfortable bike I've ever owned. The stock seat wasn't great, but I think I was a bit tall for it; once I got the tallboy seat on there, it fit me like a glove. I took it out for a four-hour ride the day after I replaced the seat, and I was amazed at how long I was able to ride without stopping to rest or stretch. I've ridden between Des Moines and Minneapolis with only a single stop, and that was for gas. There's a bit of wind buffeting with the low windshield, but it's not bad, and a shorter rider might not even notice it. As far as quality goes, I'm a Quality Assurance Engineer by profession, and I'm not easy to please. I couldn't find a single fit or finish issue on the bike when I took delivery, and that's saying something. When I bought my new jeep last year, it wasn't five minutes before I had found several issues needing attention by the dealer. I don't care what anyone says, the quality of a modern Harley is second to none. Overall, I love this bike more than is probably healthy. My only regret was that I had to trade in my V-rod to get it. If I could have kept them both, I would have.
- Andy Weber, Urbandale, Iowa

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