Harley-Davidson (HD) introduced two new models in its range of motorcycles, using the most powerful engine in its line-up, the Screamin’ Eagle Twin Cam 110, at the X Games in Aspen, Colorado. The newcomers – the Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) Pro Street Breakout and Low Rider S – are aimed at the young urban rider, and a sign that HD is serious about consolidating its share of the US large-displacement motorcycle market – currently at almost 50%.

Featuring a muscular stance patterned after drag racers, the limited edition CVO Pro Street Breakout features a new, darker look with twin-disc front brakes and custom paintwork. The inverted forks add to the brawny look, and the 240 mm width rear tyre reinforces the drag bike ethos.

Both motorcycles use the Twin Cam 110 engine which displaces 1,801 cc. In the case of the 2016 Low Rider S, the engine is mated with a Screamin’ Eagle Heavy Breather performance intake and Fat Bob-style two-into-two exhaust that lets the V-twin mill put out 156 Nm of torque at 3,500 rpm.

This makes the Low Rider S the most powerful non-CVO motorcycle HD has produced. This trimmed-down cruiser also features premium suspension and brakes as part of its performance package. It joins the Fat Boy S and Softail Slim S in its ‘S’ series of 2016 bikes.

The 2016 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S will retail for USD16,699 (RM70,300) while the CVO Pro Street Breakout will sell for USD25,699 (RM108,400) in the US. No word yet on availability in Malaysia, but we presume HD Malaysia will be entertaining enquiries for both bikes.

GALLERY: 2106 Harley-Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout

GALLERY: 2016 Harley-Davidson Low Rider S