Over 300 accessories have been introduced by the company and can be shipped free of cost to the dealership from where the request has been placed
Renowned American bike brand Harley-Davidson has recently introduced its brass collection accessories. As the name suggests, the company has revealed the accessories that have been made up of real and solid brass.
Using brass in cycle parts or in motorcycle accessories is not a thing of recent times. In early days, motorcycle makers used to employ brass and copper in their products.
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The brass accessories have been introduced as an alternative to chrome in order to lend the Harley Davidson bikes a custom built appeal. The company says that each piece will age differently, depending upon the use. The aforementioned accessories are pre-age and have been coated with wax in order to postpone the process of natural ageing.
Harley Davidson brass collection accessories have a unique shield logo. These range of accessories will be available in the international markets by October. Currently, there has been no word on whether these accessories will be available for sale in India or not.
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The company has revealed over 300 accessories for its eight all new 2018 Softail motorcycles. These promise easy conversion of a Harley-Davidson from an urban cruiser into a cross country warrior having a perfect blend of comfort and style. The new range of brass accessories will be shipped absolutely free of cost by the company to the dealer that places the request for its customers.
In other news, the 2018 Harley Davidson range will run on Michelin Scorcher tyres. To be precise, the company’s MY18 models like Low Rider, Fat Boy and Breakout will come shod with the newly developed rubber.
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For this purpose, two new tyres namely Scorcher 31 and Scorcher 11 have been introduced. Out of these two, while the former puts emphasis on cruiser characteristics, the latter is more oriented towards sportsbike riding. Michelin has been working with Harley Davidson for over two years to develop these tyres.