CX Motorcycle Stories: 2019 CVO® Road Glide®
We recently had an opportunity to do a Q&A with the seller of this immaculate 2019 CVO® Road Glide®.
According to the owner, she doesn’t have a name, but she’s rare. In fact, she’s one of the only 490 sold in the United States. She can also go as fast as 200 miles per hour. As a CVO edition, it means that this is a top quality Harley with customized design elements.
Let’s hear what the current owner told us in a recent Q&A:
1.) What makes your motorcycle unique?
The limited edition paint scheme. There were only 490 sold in the US of 817 made worldwide. I have never seen another one in the wild. It is stunning. It is the first blacked out bike that I have owned.
2.) What is your favorite feature on your motorcycle?
The paint scheme is my favorite part of the bike. I have very long legs so the handle bars hit my knees on other bikes but not on a Road Glide.
3.) What is the longest ride you’ve done with this motorcycle?
I rode from northern New Jersey to Thousand Islands, NY. I went with Bergen Hog Chapter so the roads and routes were fabulous.
4.) What is your favorite memory of your motorcycle?
My favorite memory is the ride to Thousand Islands, NY/Canada.
5.) What do you think is the biggest misconception about your motorcycle?
The headlights don’t show the landscape when turning a corner. HOW SLOWLY ARE YOU TURNING A CORNER?
6.) Why are you selling your motorcycle?
I have a 2022 Road Glide.
7.) What type of rider would be an ideal owner for your motorcycle?
Someone who appreciates the uniqueness and beauty of this bike. Some who will take care of by keeping it in pristine condition.
8.) What advice do you have for the future owner?
Enjoy and glide on.
9.) What else would you like us to know about your motorcycle?
It’s a special bike. Treat it as such.
If you’re looking for a rare, top notch motorcycle, this one is for you. Only 817 were sold worldwise. This is your chance to own a piece of Harley history. We have a feeling that this one will go fast. Snag it before it’s too late.