To celebrate 30 years of the iconic Fat Boy, H-D unveils a limited edition version.
Adding to the ‘special’ tag, the Fat Boy 30th Anniversary model will be limited to just 2500 units worldwide, so potential purchasers will need to act quickly.
Each bike’s tank gets a unique serial number plate and the theme is based in black, with bronze highlights.
Adding to the minimal look is a set of cast-aluminium solid wheels, finished in satin black and lined with a machined rim. Power comes from the brand’s 114 Milwaukee Eight engine.
“The Fat Boy took the look, proportions and silhouette of a 1949 Hydra Glide motorcycle and completely modernised it for a new generation of riders,” Brad Richards, vice president of styling and design at Harley-Davidson, noted.
“For this 30th Anniversary model we wanted to create something very special, so we leaned into the popularity of darker finishes and a limited run/serialised strategy to make the bike truly unique and exclusive,” he continued.
Base price for the Fat Boy 30th Anniversary Limited Edition model is $35,995 rideaway.
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