Harley-Davidson  announced  its 120th anniversary lineup featuring the Road Glide Special Anniversary and the CVO Road Glide Limited Anniversary.

In 1903, William S. Harley, Arthur Davidson, and Walter Davidson completed the first prototype engine.

Over the years, the trio has only improved on that original design by installing new energy and an advanced loop-frame in the Davidson family’s backyard shed.

Harley-Davidson has grown into one of the most culturally influential and successful brands of our time.

In 2023, the Motor Company celebrates its 120th anniversary, an occasion it likes to celebrate with an expansive range of limited-edition cruises and tourers.

Harley-Davidson CEO Jochen Zeitz shared, "It will be an unforgettable year celebrating Harley-Davidson history and culture as we move into the future with an incredible lineup of 2023 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and more."

The 120th Anniversary includes the Ultra Limited Anniversary, Tri Glide Ultra One Day, Street Glide Special Anniversary, Road Street Glide Special Anniversary, Fat Boy 114 Anniversary, and Heritage Classic 114 Anniversary.

Each model flaunts a special 120th anniversary paint scheme. It features a heritage red base colour with bright red striped panels and midnight crimson-filled panels.

Harley-Davidson's design team created an eye-catching paint job with an art deco-inspired eagle tank badge, gold-embroidered seat logos, and red-faded powertrain inserts.

The Annual Glide Special and Annual Glide Special follow the estate in increments of 1,600 each.

Harley-Davidson completes the design with details such as handcrafted gold paint scallops, Alcantara leather seats, and gold-tone powertrain inserts.

The brand wants to limit the CVO Road Glide Limited Annual to 1,500 units. Each is serial numbered with a laser-etched tank console panel. Pricing and availability will follow soon.

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