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2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic: VOTED: FAIL

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2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra Classic

The three-wheel pioneer designed to be the ultimate badass touring machine.

The Tri Glide™ Ultra Classic® is a full-feature, factory motorcycle built to confidently chase the horizon with long-haul comfort and freedom on three wheels. The Harley-Davidson® Trike platform brings original-equipment design, quality and service to the three-wheel motorcycle segment. Trike models utilize a frame and associated chassis structure and geometry engineered specifically to handle the loads generated by the steering forces and weight of a three-wheel vehicle.

Experienced two-wheel touring enthusiasts have an authentic three-wheel alternative with real performance, excitement and style that
is truly Harley-Davidson. The Tri Glide™ Ultra Classic® Trike features ultra-comfortable, long haul conveniences, a large Twin Cam 103™ engine, lengthened and raked front fork with steering damper, a deluxe Tour-Pak® carrier and integrated trunk for 6.5 cubic feet of storage. Loaded with features like a 4-speaker, 80-watt Harmon/Kardon® Advanced Audio System, electronic cruise control and electric reverse drive, the Tri Glide Ultra Classic is ready to redefine “long haul.”

2012 Trike Models: Three Wheelin'

The 2012 Tri GlideTM Ultra Classic® motorcycle brings original-equipment design, quality and service to the three-wheel motorcycle segment, based on chassis structure and geometry engineered specifically to handle the loads generated by the steering forces and weight of a three-wheel vehicle. With a deluxe Tour-Pak® carrier and integrated trunk, a four-speaker/80-watt Harman/Kardon® Advanced Audio System, electronic cruise control and electric reverse drive, the Tri GlideTM Ultra Classic® motorcycle inspires confidence, passion and independence in any riding situation. The Tri GlideTM Ultra Classic® motorcycle will be available in three colour combinations: Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl/Vivid Black or Ember Red Sunglo/Merlot Sunglo.



SEAMLESS STYLING AND MATCHING PAINT




This three-wheeled pioneer is designed, developed and tested to the highest standards of the Motor Company and backed by over a hundred years of touring mastery. This is not a bolt-on, aftermarket Trike kit. It's engineered and road-tested as a whole. Every inch is integrated for comfort, cargo and confidence. From the smooth, classically designed lines to the front-to-rear matching paint, the Tri Glide™ Ultra Classic® model has the bloodlines of a true Harley-Davidson® motorcycle through and through.

SPLIT SEVEN-SPOKE FRONT AND REAR WHEELS



No Harley-Davidson® motorcycle is complete without a killer set of wheels. Here, the split seven-spoke cast aluminum wheels give the Tri Glide™ Ultra Classic® model an integrated factory-built look, adding emphasis to the deliberate detail and engineering of this three-wheeled touring masterpiece.

KING TOUR PAK® AND TRUNK



Put the 'haul' in long haul with a cargo capacity of 6.7 cubic feet and up to 80 pounds. On top of the extra stowaway space, the waterproof, injection-molded Tour Pak® keeps things classy and neat with woven-nylon soft luggage liners, plenty of storage pockets and distinctive, wrap-around rear lights. But anyone who's taken their Harley-Davidson® Trike for a cross-country trek or a trip to Biketoberfest knows it's the trunk that turns luxury touring into luxury living on the road.

BAT-WING FAIRING AND SMOKED AIR DEFLECTORS



Designed by Chief Styling Officer Willie G. Davidson, the nimble, fork-mounted Bat-Wing fairing first appeared on the touring scene back in 1969. And it continues to evolve and symbolize the essence of Grand American Touring more than forty years later. The full 8-inch windscreen gives it a classic touring profile and added protection. Add to it the full, clear Lexan® windshield and adjustable, smoked Lexan® air deflectors on the fairing sides and the wind is simply not a factor for the mile-hungry rider who wants to soak up the freedom of the open road for days on end.

PREMIUM PAINT




Up to two times thicker than the competition, custom quality paint comes standard on all Harley-Davidson® motorcycles. Clearcoat layering up to five mils deep. Bigger metal flakes. Unique effects. Skimping simply is not in our vocabulary.

HAND FINISHED FUEL TANK




All Harley-Davidson® fuel tanks are finished by hand—that's what makes them stand out from the competition. Their seamless design and unmatched style are unique among all motorcycles on the road. The tanks are one of the first and last things people notice when they lay their eyes on a Harley-Davidson® motorcycle—so we make it worth their time.

TWIN CAM 103™ ENGINE INNOVATION



Fire up the air-cooled, rubber-mounted Twin Cam 103™ engine and feel the low-end torque unleashed for a smooth ride. Thanks to the lightweight piston design, delivery of the added power is more refined than ever. Then put your foot on the shifter and feel how the engine and Six-Speed Cruise Drive® transmission were designed to work together. Six speeds. A strong driveline and strong internal parts. Low routine maintenance. And a low cruising rpm couldn't feel better.

PURE HARLEY-DAVIDSON STYLING



Feast your eyes on the Twin Cam 103™ engine and there's no mistaking its roots. This is authentic Harley-Davidson style through and through with an attention to detail you won't find from any other motorcycle company. Black powder-coated cylinders and cylinder heads with machined cooling fin tips are topped off with chrome rocker covers, while chrome pushrods highlight the iconic V-Twin. It's a jewel machined out of metal. Pure. Dripping with power.
From the classic edge of the cooling fins to the clean lines of cases and covers—the Twin Cam 103™ engine makes an ironclad statement to holding on to what's right and staying true to what satisfies the rider.

SIX-SPEED CRUISE DRIVE®



You want a ride that rumbles—not begs for mercy—when you lean on it a little. The Six-Speed Cruise Drive® transmission provides smooth, quiet shifting and reduces engine speed on the highway, so you get a better match between engine turnover and road speed. It's a rare ride when a bike responds like this, and a low growl goes a long way when you're opening up the road ahead.

FOUR-POINT ENGINE ISOLATION SYSTEM




After three decades of keeping the vibrations of the Big Twin from getting to the rider, Harley-Davidson engineers decided to take something that is already great and make it even better, perfecting the delicate balance of shake, rattle and ride—comfortably. In 2009, we added a fourth isolation point to our three-point rubber engine isolation system. Just get that Big Twin idling and feel the difference.

TWIN CAM 103™ ENGINE POWER



Live your ride to the power of 103. The air cooled Twin Cam 103™ Harley Davidson® engine delivers more stump pulling torque, while its Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection jetting gives crisp, lively throttle reaction. It’s a performance punch that you’ll appreciate when passing, climbing hills, or rolling with luggage packed or a passenger in back—all under that signature Motor Company rumble. And it comes at lower cruising rpm, so you ride more smoothly, with less engine vibration and better highway fuel economy.

TWIN CAM 103™ ENGINE HERITAGE



The knowledge of what makes an engine truly move a rider runs deep at The Motor Company, and it was put to good use when we created the Twin Cam 103™ engine. We worked to perfect every cubic inch, pushing design and technology forward. And we did it all without compromising one bit of Harley-Davidson's unique styling. Evolved, yet carrying on the legacy of the Flathead, Knucklehead, Panhead, Shovelhead, Evolution®, Twin Cam 88® and Twin Cam 96™ engines that came before. The performance and durability are a direct result of the untold miles logged on the V-Twin since 1909, and the proud heritage that comes from a century's worth of commitment to life on two (or three) wheels.

ELECTRIC REVERSE WITH HANDLEBAR-MOUNTED CONTROL



A new level of control for our stock Trike lineup. Electric reverse with LED indicator is now standard. It's one of those things we do because we know what you expect from the ultimate Harley-Davidson® touring machine. And we know the kind of performance you expect at your fingertips.


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2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra Classic - Specifications/Technical Details
US MSRP Price: Vivid Black $30,499, Solids $31,324, Two-Tones $31,824 USD
Canada MSRP Price: Vivid Black $34,739, Two-Tone Option $36,189, Security Option $410 CDN


Dimensions
Length 105.8 in. (2687 mm)
Overall Width 54.7 in. (1389 mm)
Overall Height 59.3 in. (1506 mm)


Seat Height:
- Laden2 27.1 in. (688 mm)
- Unladen 28.9 in. (734 mm)
Ground Clearance 4.7 in. (119 mm)
Rake (steering head) 26°
Fork Angle 32°
Trail 3.9 in. (100 mm)
Wheelbase 66.6 in. (1692 mm)


Tires (Dunlop® Harley-Davidson® Series, bias blackwall front and radial blackwall rear):
- Front – D402F MT90B16 72H
- Rear – Signature P205/65R15
Fuel Capacity 6.0 gal. (22.7 L) (warning light at approximately 1.0 gal.)
Oil Capacity (w/filter) 4.0 qts. (3.8 L)
Transmission Capacity 1.0 qt. (.95 L)
Primary Chain
Case Capacity 1.4 qts. (1.3 L)


Weight:
- As Shipped 1157 lbs. (524.8 kg)
- In Running Order 1191 lbs. (540.2 kg)
- Gross Vehicle Weight Rating 1700 lbs. (771.1 kg)
- Gross Axle Weight Rating:
- Front 500 lbs. (226.8 kg)
- Rear 1200 lbs. (544.3 kg)
- Luggage Capacity:
- Volume 6.7 cu. ft. (.2 m3)
- Weight 80 lbs. (36.3 kg)


Engine
Engine Air-cooled, Twin Cam 103™
Valves Pushrod-operated, overhead valves with hydraulic, self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder
Bore x Stroke 3.875 in. x 4.38 in. (98.4 mm x 111.3 mm)
Displacement 103 cu. in. (1690 cc)
Compression Ratio 9.6:1
Fuel System3 Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI)
Air Cleaner Paper, washable
Lubrication System Pressurized, dry-sump with oil cooler


Drivetrain
Primary Drive Chain, 34/46 ratio
Final Drive Belt, 30/70 ratio
Clutch Multi-plate, wet
Transmission 6-Speed Cruise Drive®
Gear Ratios (overall): U.S.
- 1st 10.537
- 2nd 7.303
- 3rd 5.425
- 4th 4.393
- 5th 3.742
- 6th 3.157


Chassis
Frame Mild steel, square-section backbone with twin downtubes
Swingarm Mild steel, rectangular tube sections with plate junctions; MIG welded
Front Forks 41.3 mm telescopic, triple-circuit damping
Rear Shocks Air-adjustable
Wheels4: Black 7-Spoke Cast Aluminum
- Front 16 in. x 3 in. (406 mm x 76 mm)
- Rear 15 in. x 5.5 in. (381 mm x 140 mm)


Brakes:
- Caliper Type 32 mm, 4-piston fixed front, 31.75 mm single piston floating rear
- Rotor Type (diameter x width): Patented fixed front rotor, dual fixed rear rotors
- Front (dual) 11.81 in. x .2 in. (300 mm x 5.1 mm)
- Rear 9 in. x .24 in. (228.6 mm x 6.1 mm)


Suspension Travel:
- Front Wheel 4.61 in. (117 mm)
- Rear Wheel 2.99 in. (76 mm)
Parking Brake Lever actuated dual parking brake


Performance
Engine Torque5 (per J1349):
- North America 100 ft. lbs. @ 3250 RPM (135 Nm @ 3250 RPM)


Fuel Economy6 (EPA urban/highway test) 38 mpg (6.2 L/100 km)

COLOR OPTIONS
Solids
- Vivid Black
Two-Tones
- Ember Red Sunglo/Merlot Sunglo
- Big Blue Pearl/Vivid Black


U.S. MSRP
Vivid Black $30,499
Solids $31,324
Two-Tones $31,824


Electric
Battery (per Battery Council International Rating)
Sealed, maintenance-free, 12V, 28-amp/hour, 370 cca
Charging Three-phase, 50-amp system (585W @ 13V, 2000 rpm, 650W max power @ 13V)
Starting 1.2 kW electric with solenoid shift starter motor engagement


Lights (as per country regulation):
- Headlamp (quartz halogen) 55-watt low beam, 60-watt high beam
- Tail/Stop Lights Two 8W/28W (5W/21W)
- Turn Signal Lights 28W (21W) self-canceling, rear
- Indicator Lamps: integrated into Tail/Stop lamps, High beam, running lights, front fender, running lights, directional light bar, low
oil pressure, engine diagnostics, cruise control, speakers, accessory, security system7 (optional), 6 speed, low fuel warning, reverse enabled
- Auxiliary Lamps (except where prohibited by law) Two @ 35W


Reverse Gear Electric reverse actuated by handlebar mounted hand controls


Warranty
Warranty8 24 months (unlimited mileage)
Service Interval9 First 1000 miles (1600 km), every 5000 miles (8000 km) thereafter


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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:22 pm

Q.> Is it a Bike? A Trike? A Car or a Plane? But more importantly, it is Awesome, Cool, Uncool or completely a Fail?

You vote, you debate, you decide!

One thing for certain, it's pretty unique for a Harley-Davidson.

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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by totalmotorcycle » Fri Nov 25, 2011 9:27 am

I voted: Cool

I was going to go with Awesome, but it's just not that is it? I think it's better looking than the Can-Am Spyder series and in fact the Ultra Classic styling works with a huge rear end (as the batwing fairing is just as huge)... and can I say, the Ultra Classic seems to fit this styling more than the 2 wheeled version?

In the end, it's a 3 wheeler, is it a bike? Is it a car? (they did have 3 wheeled cars that were cars, not bike), now there are 3 wheeled bikes we don't call cars... how confusing!

It's heavy, (1157 lbs), it's pricy ($31,824) and it's fat, but it does have a nice paint job and that truck is huge.

The one thing I never really fully understood with Harley-Davidson was the very long model naming. "2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUTG Tri Glide Ultra Classic" does the model name have to be that long seriously? And if you want a real tongue twister, try saying "2012 Harley-Davidson FLHTCUSE7 CVO Ultra Classic Electra Glide" name in less than 10 seconds! haha.

Is it just me or with Can-Am doubling it's Spyder line up and with this one from H-D, are three-wheelers are really taking off? Maybe the Honda Gold Wing should be a three-wheeler as well, it's big enough to be.

The one advantage I can see with this three-wheeler is it "looks" like a Harley-Davidson and sounds like one, that gives it a pretty good rep in most people's books and maybe that's worth the price of admission... then again, it's not traditional is it?

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P.S. Sorry, I usually try not to post right away, but as I am going away for a week's vacation I had to get in here. :D
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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by madjak30 » Fri Nov 25, 2011 10:50 am

I voted: Uncool

I was going to vote Fail, but I thought that was maybe a little much...but it just isn't my cup-o-tea...batwing faring, boo...tricycle...if I needed one it would be the Can-Am Spyder...at least the Spyder can go around corners quickly, I'd be afraid of under steer on a tricycle...and why can't Harley make an engine with some power?? 103cid and they can only get 100lb/ft of torque? but I guess they are catering to their aging demographic...

Don't get me wrong, Harley makes beautiful bikes...but for the price and performance quotient, my money would go elsewhere...

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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by madjak30 » Fri Nov 25, 2011 10:53 am

Oh yeah...what is with the effin alphabet soup in their names for their bikes? mentally challenged naming strategy...just sayin'

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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by High_Side » Fri Nov 25, 2011 11:24 am

If I had to ride something like that I would buy a Miata instead. Better handling, similar performance bottom end until the Miata smokes by at speed. If you are disabled - sure, fill your boots. But if you're not, why the hell would you even consider it????

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Unread post by HYPERR » Fri Nov 25, 2011 11:13 pm

It would look so much cooler with a sidecar.
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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by pchast » Sat Nov 26, 2011 12:38 am

Only 500 lbs for allowed load. Myself and the Wife and maybe one change of unmentionables....
That's kind of thin for a touring couple isn't it.
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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by Grey Thumper » Sat Nov 26, 2011 5:56 am

Fail. Can't filter, can't lean, and it ruins a perfectly good touring bike, so what's the point?

It's an even worse fail than having a Can Am, because, well, obviously there are two-wheeled Harley Davidsons, so riding one of these makes you look particularly wussy.

Hyperr's right, why couldn't they have just designed a sidecar? Even if you can't filter and lean with those either, hacks are cool. Trikes . . . they just aren't.
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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by ceemes » Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:06 pm

Fail on so many levels.
Always ask why.

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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by HYPERR » Sat Nov 26, 2011 5:28 pm

Grey Thumper wrote: Hyperr's right, why couldn't they have just designed a sidecar? Even if you can't filter and lean with those either, hacks are cool. Trikes . . . they just aren't.
The only thing is that hacks are much more physically demanding to ride than a trike. For an older person or certain handicapped person, the trike would probably be a more appealing choice. But yes you're right, hacks are definitely much cooler and takes way more skill to ride than a trike.
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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by jstark47 » Sat Nov 26, 2011 7:25 pm

Fail. Three wheels, not a motorcycle.
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Re: This Week: 2012 Harley-Davidson TriGlide Ultra Classic:

Unread post by mogster » Sun Nov 27, 2011 2:14 am

It's a fail for me.

I agree what's the point of a "tourer" that can't carry a decent amount of luggage? :?

It looks too plastic for me.

Surely this is the ultimate lazy "bike" :? :?
With the exception of those less abled why would anyone want one?
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