Bullz-Eye reviews the 2011 Harley-Davidson Blackline

Harley-Davidson Blackline.

Our friends at Bullz-Eye are into more than just cars. They’ve recently had a chance to cruise around on the 2011 Harley Davidson Blackline. The Blackline is Harley Davidson’s newest addition to the Dark Custom lineup of bikes, a line launched to appeal to some of the younger riders out there.

Here’s an excerpt from the review:

When you first sit on the bike you really notice how low you actually sit. Luckily the seat is comfortable and wide, like sitting in a very large catcher’s mitt. Then, because of the pulled forward bars, you have a bit of a hunched posture. You reach down and notice the key slot is shaped and textured like a hand grenade, which is oddly appropriate for the sound you unleash after putting your key in there and flipping the bike on.

Two cranks of the engine and then the fury is unleashed. The resulting sound washes over your body a power chord ripped through a Marshall stack. Time seems to stop, people look, and the engine settles into its traditional rhythm. It doesn’t sound overstressed in the slightest, but a twist of the throttle lets you know that this motor is a sleeping giant.

For the full 2011 Harley-Davidson Blackline review, head over to Bullz-Eye.com.


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