In your wildest dreams

With the new “Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories” catalog for 2011, Harley-Davidson the stuff dreams are made of

For some, winter is the season of sadness and pickles. For others, now is the time of dreams - dreams of a very individual bike that exactly corresponds to their attitude to life. Dreams that the fourth season is ideal for realizing. In the long, clear nights ahead, up to 3,000 stars can be seen in the sky with the naked eye.

The Motor Company from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, offers twice as many products for customizing bikes. If you want to keep track of everything, you should use the new “Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories” catalog for 2011.

The thick tome is now available at your nearest Harley dealer. On 816 pages it offers a lot of material to dream about and lots of parts for anyone who wants to transform their motorcycle into a very personal custom bike . The authorized dealer not only provides competent advice, he is of course also available to carry out professional conversions so that you can get started on your very own unique vehicle next spring.

It doesn't matter whether it's customizing a classic Evolution model or individualizing one of the brand new models of the 2011 model year, whether the object of desire is called "Chopper" or "Bobber", dipped in deep midnight black or in sparkling chrome, elaborately upgraded or should be reduced to the essentials... No dream has to remain unfulfilled.

There are neither limits nor taboos, after all, the Harley-Davidson original accessories portfolio for 2011 extends from the seat retaining screw to the complete custom paint set.

When it comes to style, fit and function, “Genuine Motor Parts & Accessories” are way ahead, and they also fully maintain the vehicle warranty. “Take time to dream, that’s the way to the stars,” goes the saying. So don't go to the nearest dealer!

Text & Image Harley-Davidson Press 2010

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