Inspiration comes from many places- maybe it’s a picture, or even a song. The inspiration behind The 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train must have been a mixture of the two. A low-slung saddle and stretched-out stance seem to hum in tune to a song just out of reach of the vocabulary when the 1,584cc air cooled engine is cranked up, and the 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train just seems picture perfect there- moving, leaning on her side stand. There’s a feeling about The 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train that just can’t quite be touched. It’s fleeting like drops of rain on sun scorched blacktop. It’s a bike that is defiance, anti-chrome, but which wears the lightest touch of it like a dancer wears her clothes in a smoky bar- always teasing, just out of reach. If Harley Davidson weren’t in the business of building outlaw-styled motorcycles, the 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train would be the one cut from the pack, the dancer who tells her daddy she spends her Saturday nights at the library.
The 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train is powered by the same Air cooled, twin cam 96B engine found in other Harleys for the 2009 model year, producing 87.9 lb/ft of torque at a growling 2,750 RPM. Electronic sequential port fuel injection feeds the V-twin powerhouse while affording the rider as much as 54 miles per gallon in highway cruising and 35 miles per gallon in the city. In addition to fuel injection, another factor in the good fuel economy numbers is the six-speed transmission and smooth belt final drive. The engine of The 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train is almost entirely blacked out, except for bolts and the cooling fins. In its optional Black denim paint scheme, these minimal parts seem to shine all the more brightly, illuminating the The 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train. The tank-mounted electronic speedometer with odometer for the 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train also houses a clock, dual tripmeters, fuel gauge with low fuel warning light and countdown feature, low oil pressure indicator light, engine diagnostic readout, LED indicator lights, and a 6-speed indicator light. Braking is handled by a 4-piston caliper with disc up front, and a 2-piston caliper with disc out back.
The 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train is available in just four colors this model year, with the base model in Vivid Black priced at $15,899. Any of the other colors, Black pearl, Black denim, or Red hot Sunglo starts out at $16,244. The 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train is also sparse on options, but offers the $345 security system as well as a $550 wheel option that buys you chromed aluminum profile laced wheels. It’s not a particularly dramatic visual change, but it does slightly reduce the unsprung weight of the 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train, if you’re into that sort of thing. Few things in the world of cool stand out more than a bike as good-looking as the 2009 Harley Davidson Night Train. The only question is, will this dancer be coming home with you?