STERLING MOTORS inc
1807 Locust St.
The Road King is a touring bike that features the classic looks of a big boulevard cruiser. At the heart of the Road King is the Twin Cam 88 engine that has been isolation mounted in a touring frame for comfortable riding. It features an easy shifting transmission, a large electronic speedometer mounted in a die cast chrome dash, along with a massive, nostalgic chrome headlamp and nacelle to accent the traditional styling of the Road King model. This particular example is a 2 owner bike with a nice list of upgrades and a stack of service receipts. The bike does have some miles but it has been dealer serviced on a regular basis which included having the engine rebuilt at both 40,000 and 80,000 miles. Some of the upgrades include the 12.5 ape hangers, all steel braided cables and lines, a Sundowner seat as well as a quick release back rest with matching passenger pad and a luggage rack. It also has a stage I kit and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Python true dual performance exhaust system. It was last serviced at just over 100,000 miles at which time it received a new battery and new whitewall tires on both ends. You would honestly guess the bike has less than 20,000 miles by looking at it and most importantly, after riding it. If you could see yourself cruising on this nostalgic classic you better pick up the phone before someone else does!
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