Customized Harley Bagger crash near the Rock Store. Great recovery, used momentum to land back on his feet then just walked away while bike was still crashing. Very lucky, he was uninjured except just a quarter size spot of road rash on his knee. AKA Harley Street Glide.
The TwinTrax uses dual Harley-Davidson/ S&S Evolution engines with a 1.35ltr capacity each giving the bike a total of 2.7ltrs, which seems slightly absurd but not entirely unattractive.
Each of those engines produce 80hp and the bike’s total weight is 400kgs, meaning that each engine is pulling about 40% less weight than it would be if it was sitting in a stock Harley. Although information on this bike is scarce I think it’s safe to guess that it’s inspired by vintage drag racing motorcycles, many of which used a twin-engine set up with a long centre beam allowing the rider to lay almost flat.
The minimal fairings all feel like they could have been pulled from a current year KTM (they weren’t, I checked) and the titanium colour choice gives the bike an etherial, almost futuristic feel. Whilst the styling and design of this bike isn’t really my cup of tea I do have a great deal of respect for it and although I wouldn’t want to ride the TwinTrax for more than about a quarter mile, I have a feeling that’s exactly what it was made for.
This year’s F-150 H-D is offered in the traditional Tuxedo Black color or a new White Platinum Tri-Coat finish combined with fresh bodyside graphics executed in a snakeskin texture.
The brand-new 22-inch machined-aluminum wheels with painted accents and unique center cap shod in low profile tries, along with the smoked out headlamps and tail lights, as well as the six-bar billet-style bright chrome grille and “Harley-Davidson” badging, complete the exterior mods.
Inside, the trim panels are covered in high-gloss Tuxedo Black paint, while the console lid and upper steering wheel are dressed in snakeskin leather.
Standard features include a 4.2-inch LCD productivity screen, voice-activated Navigation System, power moonroof, rear view camera, second-row heated seats, ambient lighting, remote start system, a 110-volt power inverter and power-adjustable pedals.
The 2012 F-150 H-D is powered by Ford’s 6.2-liter V8 engine that delivers 411 horsepower and 434 lb.-ft. of torque and provides a maximum trailer towing capability of 7,500 pounds.