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    Stunning Features of the 2015 CVO Limited

    Last updated 3 months ago

    The 2015 Harley-Davidson CVO Limited has been designed with the avid touring rider in mind. This beautiful bike has been equipped with exclusive features that will prepare you for your next long ride. If you are seeking a bike that is fully prepared for your next great adventure on the road, the 2015 CVO Limited may be the ideal bike for you. Here is a glance at some of the stunning features of the 2015 CVO Limited.

    Improved Control

    Harley-Davidson has refined the control of the 2015 CVO Limited with innovations that were created during Project RUSHMORE. Among the exciting updates to this year’s CVO you will find Reflex Linked Brakes, Daymaker LED headlamps, and brighter brake lights and turn signals. With these terrific features, you will be fully equipped for any driving conditions that the road may throw at you.

    Comfortable Ride Feel

    The 2015 CVO Limited has been carefully crafted to keep you comfortable, even after a long day on the road. The engineers at Harley-Davidson have worked with actual riders to create seating that is ergonomic and designed for long hauls. At the rear, additional passenger space will keep your guests happy when they come along for the ride.

    Dramatic Style

    When you ride the 2015 CVO Limited, you will be sure to turn heads on the open road. Each bike has an individually crafted feel. Your CVO Limited will be finished with hand painted graphics, and each bike is available in three unique color themes.

    To get to know the exciting new features of the 2015 CVO Limited, come to Harley-Davidson of Ocean County. We provide our customers in the Atlantic City area with a fantastic inventory of new and used Harley Davidson models, and you are sure to find the bike of your dreams when you visit our showroom. Call us at (732) 367-7000 to learn more about our brand new models. 

    Meet the New 2015 Road Glide

    Last updated 3 months ago

    The 2015 Harley-Davidson Road Glide has been engineered with a range of stunning features that will help you get the most out of every ride. A Harley-Davidson navigation system will keep you on track as you are exploring the open road. Other features, such as bright headlights and a growling exhaust note, will announce your presence as you ride. To meet the brand new 2015 Road Glide, watch this video from Harley-Davidson.

    If you would like to take a new Harley-Davidson motorcycle for a spin, contact Harley-Davidson of Ocean County by calling (732) 367-7000. Whether you are shopping for a brand new or quality used Harley-Davidson, our sales team will be happy to assist you with your motorcycle purchase. We look forward to seeing you at our Atlantic City dealership soon.

    Tips for Buying Your First Harley-Davidson

    Last updated 4 months ago

    If you are seeking the thrill of the open road, you may want to consider purchasing a new or used Harley-Davidson motorcycle. With their iconic good looks and incredible performance features, Harley-Davidson bikes are crafted with the enthusiastic driver in mind. Before you visit your local dealership, it is a great idea to take the time to consider which bike will be right for your needs. Read on for some tips on how to buy your first Harley-Davidson.

    Explore Weight

    Weight is an important factor to consider when you are purchasing your first Harley-Davidson. If you are new to riding, you may want to consider purchasing a lighter bike that is easier to maneuver. Lighter motorcycles are also ideally suited for rides in urban environments. Your sales representative will be able to help you choose a new Harley-Davidson that is the right weight for your riding style.

    Consider Distance

    The distance of your rides is another factor to think about when you are shopping for a new motorcycle. If you are planning on taking long distance trips across the country, you will need to purchase a motorcycle that is set up for touring. Other types of Harley-Davidsons are more suited for shorter, urban rides.

    Examine Storage

    As you are shopping for your first Harley-Davidson, you will also need to examine the storage options that are available to you. If you will be using your Harley to run errands, you will need to choose a bike that can be equipped with a top box or panniers.

    If you are seeking a fantastic motorcycle shopping experience in the Lakewood area, be sure to pay a visit to Harley-Davidson of Ocean County. Our dealership provides the Lakewood and Long Branch areas with a fantastic inventory of new and used Harley-Davidson models. To set up a test drive of a new bike today, call us at (732) 367-7000.

    Win a FREE Leather Jacket from Harley-Davidson of Ocean County!

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    Tips for Choosing a New Helmet

    Last updated 4 months ago

    For those of us who love to feel fresh air against our skin and watch the world flash by without the enclosed frame of a car wrapped around us, few activities are as thrilling as riding a motorcycle. But due to the exposure that makes biking so thrilling, it’s essential that operators and passengers wear a helmet at all times.

    To ensure that the helmet you choose provides you with optimal protection against impact and penetration, consider only helmets that are fitted with a DOT sticker. In the interest of safety and comfort, it is also important that the helmet you choose is designed or padded for the shape and size of your head. Most motorcycle helmet salespeople should be qualified and happy to help you with the helmet fitting process.

    If you stumbled upon this post because you are preparing to buy your first motorcycle and want to pave the way for the best possible ownership experience, start your search at Harley-Davidson® of Ocean County in Lakewood, NJ. For information about the new and certified pre-owned Harley-Davidson® bikes in our inventory, call our dealership at (732) 367-7000 or contact us online.

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