So I have to say that the way Harley Davidson conducted their demo rides was quite different than all the other manufacturers. Similar to the others there was a registration process (scanning you MC license, "are yo planning on buying anytime soon", liability check-offs, etc) and all done on an ipad with your picture. But then they just gave you a black Harley plastic card, about the size of a credit card and then you just went to whatever type of bike you wanted to ride. No real lines because they had so many bikes there. And here's the kicker that made HD stand-out... the demo rides were not accompanied by any HD personnel or employees. They simply asked you if you had done other group rides with other company's bikes and if you knew the route taken. You say "yes" and they hand you over a $30,000.00 motorcycle and you're on your way. Now this is a huge course winding around not just the entire Daytona Speedway but also the airport next door. About 7-8 miles and most of it straightaways and nice long curves where you could really open the bikes up. We demo'd Harley's for almost 6 hours straight and increased our route to 10 miles. I did 8 bikes, my buddy did 9. Really one of the most fun days I've ever had at this event.
Got right off the Ultra and jumped on this Limited. Basically the same bike but this one is a 110 motor as opposed to the 103. Believe me, a big difference.
Softail "Breakout". Very fast but the straight handlebars were uncomfortable for any more than the Demo ride for me.
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