2012 Harley Street Bob Spesification

2012 Harley Street Bob Spesification The 2012 Harley-Davidson Street Bob is priced at $12,999 in Vivid Black, and now offers an available security package with ABS, and a new paint color option. Power comes from a Twin-Cam 96 engine that produces 92 ft-lbs of torque.

Completely redesigned in 2009, the Street Bob® goes straight back to the minimalist roots of the bobber scene. Stripped down to the bare essentials, and as “naked” as the law allows, the Street Bob goes right to the heart of riding with no distractions along the way.Since its introduction, this attitude-laden motorcycle has taken the custom world by storm with mini ape-hanger handlebar, Fat Bob® fuel tank, solo seat, mid-mounted foot controls and a big, black Twin Cam 96™ engine.

Another equalizer is how quickly the 9-plate, wet clutch of the Street Bob engages. Barely unleash the clutch cable and the Street Bob’s gears grab-and-go as it catches much earlier in the release. This caught me by surprise on occasion during slow speed maneuvering when the bike lunged forward, but the majority of the time it is a boon. And while the clutch action is lively, the 6-speed Cruise Drive Transmission still engages with a familiar ‘click,’ but every year Harley seems to dial it in a little bit better as the 2010 version is a touch quieter and better-sorted than before. Even though you feel every shift, the tranny at least hit each gear without a miss and the new helical-cut fifth gear offers a broad range of power, from loping along in low revs at 55 to winding it out up to 90 mph. Frequently I believed I was in the top gear before realizing I had one more click to go.

2012 Harley-Davidson Street Bob Spesification
• ENGINE TYPE: Pushrod V-twin
• BORE x STROKE: 3.75" x 4.38"
• WHEELBASE: 64.2 inches
• RAKE: 29 degrees
• SEAT HEIGHT: 26.7 inches
• CURB WEIGHT: 670 pounds
• PRICE: $12,999