Harley-Davidson CVO Low Rider S. Details and Photo Gallery

A Screamin’ Eagle Engine Twin Cam 110 in a Dyna chassis. Bonus: a stylish and thirsty intake. Price: $16,699

Harley-Davidson CVO Low Rider S is a well-known name for Harley afficionados. The first Low Rider hit the road in 1977. It was the first factory custom, and it had drag-bar, mag wheels, and two-into-one exhaust. The new Low Rider S is a successor to the legendary bike revealed 39 years ago.

The Low Rider S comes with a Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) badge and premium styling: black paint, golden rims, and a 157 NM Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam Engine. 

It has a 306 kg weight in running order and a 676 mm seat. The blacked-out Shotgun 2-1-2 exhaust with dual mufflers stretches to the 160 mm rear tire. The ABS and cruise control are standard. 

So, as Harley-Davidson says, just “get behind the fixed speed screen and hang on.” 

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