Image, aesthetic presence and male-bike for the new Fat Bob. Renewed style “Dark Custom”, clipped rear fender and new LED rear lighting are their major presentation.

2014 Harley-Davidson Dyna Fat Bob

The Harley-Davidson Fat Bob appears stronger than ever thanks to the renewed Dark Custom image that Harley Styling team has implemented on the bike. Since its optical double front to both rear pilot, through the deep “sculpted” of your tires.

“We wanted to bring the Dark Custom style even further in the Fat Bob”, says chief designer Tony Pink. “Cut lines of the new compact rear fender, the angle of the shock absorbers and tank graphics create even more aggressive image enhanced by cut mufflers. The highly contrasting details in black rims combine perfectly with the decor of the tank. The seat is now sporting lines and thus more comfortable. With all the Fat Bob is about to impose it’s more forceful presence on the streets”.

The black chrome replace throughout the Fat Bob, including the engine and the filter cover, rear shocks, the plates, headlight rings, the console and the battery cover. Lenticular Slotted Disc wheels are painted in black dust, with the Harley-Davidson logo laser engraved on a decorative band at the rim.

The rigid backbone Dyna chassis, the 49mm front forks and frame geometry make the Fat Bob cruiser lover of curves. The dual front disc brakes and ABS help stop the Fat Bob in the blink of an eye. Turn the throttle, pull the clutch and enjoy the torque of the twin blunt Twin Cam 103.

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