With its roots in the CVO Convertible, the 2012 Harley-Davidson Switchback is both a custom cruiser and tourer. Fantastically quick-detach (and reattach) hard bags and windshield alter both the form and function of the Switchback, and it manages to inhabit both genres with impressive competence—and the change can be made in less than 100 seconds. It Is long and low enough to satisfy the profiling requirement, and ape bars put the fists up for some street brawling. The Switchback boasts a Twin Cam 103 motor that will make mincemeat of 88s and 96s between stoplights. Pumping out 100 ft/lbs of torque at 3500 rpm, there is considerable thrust off the line. No shortage of flywheel weight and an easily manipulated clutch means that you can make the most out of the 103 with the least amount of effort.
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