Amongst the new releases is the Electra Glide Ultra Limited, touted as the new leader of the Touring line. It features a Twin Cam 103 engine upgrade and makes accessories previously only offered as extras, standard.
The Road Glide Custom model receives a 2-into-1 exhaust system, slammed suspension and an 18-inch front wheel for a leaner look.
Old-school chopper style takes over The Wide Glide, now an all-new Dyna model with chopped rear fender, black laced wheels, black "wire" sissy bar, and a 2-1-2 Tommy Gun exhaust. Customers can even opt for a flame paint scheme.
The three-wheel Street Glide Trike benefits from stripped-down, hot-rod styling and becomes the third member of the new Trike family with the Tri Glide and Ultra Classic.
The Custom Vehicle Operations also offers fresh limited-production models for 2010 including the CVO Softail Convertible, an urban touring motorcycle; the high performing CVO Street Glide; and the CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide and CVO Fat Bob models receive new paint schemes and styling details.
Prices for the top-end models sit between US $25,299 and $35,999.