2012 CVO Softail Convertible
Although the Softail Convertible was launched in 2010, the 2012 CVO Softail Convertible is the one that stood out from the rest. The bike features excellent touring capabilities that are great for long rides, in addition to cruising capabilities that are idea for moving around town. Noticeable features include a removable backrest, a rear passenger seat, and a windscreen. The bike was suitable for both men and women as the seat was just 24.4 inches high with a light frame. Its lightweight attribute made it easy for women to control, while its big stature delivered a tough look that was ideal for men.
2010 Dyna Wide Glide
The Dyna Wide Glide is probably not the most practical motorcycle ever produced by Harley Davidson, but it was really fun to ride. The model took a different turn from the other versions, featuring Tommy Gun 2-1-2 exhausts, a larger back end, and a chopped rear fender. It also came with a relatively lower seat than its predecessors, which is partly why it was so much fun. While turning the bike might be a little rusty, it is a great choice for those who enjoy gliding along.