Motors Enthusiasts : 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic

The 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide motorcycle is like a car with only 2 wheels. The touring chassis makes the 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic heavier than most bikes. There is less room to maneuver and its much slower than the loner bikes or street Harleys. The bike has a radio with MP3/CD player, jeez!

Not only do I think it degrades the nature of motorcycle architecture, I think it racks up the price of the bike and the stuff is not really needed. Guess it’s a matter of personal taste and the circumstances in which one likes to ride. If I want to listen to the radio, I will just take an iPod because it’s small, portable and the quality of sound it unmatched. The fact that iPods are not integrated into the bike, makes me feel comfortable as I cruise down the highways. Don’t get me wrong, it is a good bike and is suitable for most, I’m not dogging on the bike, it’s just not something that you would see me driving much less pay $20,000 for, that is one thing for certain. I prefer something that is raw in nature, does not have too much electronics and what not. It will seat up to 2 people comfortably.

There is nothing quite like the 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, when it comes to touring the United States. One thing that makes me feel perplexed about the 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic bike, is that is has air conditioning, guess it really stands by the term “through rain, sleet or snow”. It is good for the people who like to drive a heavy bike that comes slam packed with electronics that you normally see in a car, the luggage racks and seat settings makes it comfortable to tour across the country with ease. The 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic provides an appropriate amount of long-haul touring accessories that make it easier for the rider to withstand the stress of long-distance trips. With all the armor and plastic on the 2010 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic, the bike is pretty much suitable for any type of weather, making it a universal weather bike.



Source by Roberta Sullivan

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