2013 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic

2013 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic Review

The 2013 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic is fully equipped with modern touring capabilities and even has a removable motorcycle windshield. Enjoy mile after mile with a large capacity 5 gallon Heritage Softail Classic fuel tank. The Heritage Softail Classic tank is also dripping with authentic Harley-Davidson style. The FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic has full length rider footboards with rubber vibration isolation for added comfort. Another of the many great features of this classic motorcycle is the detachable motorcycle windshield. You can remove the Harley Heritage Softail Classic windshield for a new look. Learn more about the style and functional components found on this bike. If this style isn't what you have in mind take a look at other Harley-Davidson Softails, including the Fat Boy.

2013 Harley Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic
2013 Harley-Davidson FLSTC Heritage Softail Classic

It's these extras that make the Heritage Softail Classic model the quintessential boulevard cruiser. As rallies were gaining grassroots traction in the '40s, you'd roll into Daytona Bike Week expecting new stories and new styles. There was really something going on, and it's still alive and well in this bike. Take the saddlebags, studded with style straight from that golden era, with hidden quick-detach buckles. Or the fenders full and fluid, with chrome highlights and matching paint. Or that big, commanding 7-inch ball headlamp, chromed and classy. And let's talk wheels. You can go with the standard steel-laced wheels on blackwalls with a chrome hub. Or turn the clock all the way back with the optional chrome laces and wide whitewalls.

Heritage Softail Classic

 If you want a comfortable bike but love that rigid-suspension look, you've come to the right bike. We've kept all the modern comforts where they belongbelow the surface of a rad, vintage-looking bike. You get the classic lines of a vintage "hardtail" frame with the horizontal rear shocks hidden in the guts. It's a signature rigid look, and you'll only find it on a Softail model.


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