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2001 Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer

June 30, 2017
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Our July 2017 cover bike is a 2001 Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer, which is owned by Mark Kozak from Kansas City, Missouri. To find out more about Mark, check out his interview, and for more photos of his bike and our cover model Christina, check out her interview as well. For this month's issue, we also invite you to check out our behind the scenes photos and video taken at our July 2017 cover shoot.

Year: 2001
Make/Model: Harley-Davidson Heritage Springer

Size (ci/cc)/Make: 96ci/Harley-Davidson w/diamond cut heads. It originally came out an 88ci
Carburetor: OEM
Air Cleaner: K&N
Pipes: Kerker

Speeds/Type: 5-speed/foot shift

Make/Model: Harley-Davidson FLSTF
Rear Suspension: Softtail
Forks: Springer

Wheels, Tires & Brakes
Type: Harley-Davidson Spoke
Size: 16”
Rim width: 3.6”
Tire: Wide white
Brake: Disc
Type: Harley-Davidson Spoke
Size: 16”
Rim width: 3.5”
Tire: Wide white
Brake: Disc

Painter: Harley-Davidson

Color: Red & White Retro Paint Set (one of only 150 made in 2001)

Bars: OEM
Grips: Nostalgic
Fenders: OEM w/tips, rails, mud flaps, and cheese grater on rear
Headlight: Chromed w/spotlights
Taillight: Tombstone
Speedometer: OEM
Pegs: Nostalgic Floorboards
Fuel Tank: OEM w/tank pouch
Oil Tank: OEM chrome
Seat: OEM
Mirrors: OEM

Other Information/Specs
Harley-Davidson built only 1857 Heritage Springers in 2001 for worldwide distribution. The limited edition 30s-stylee retro paint set was an accessory you could get from Harley-Davidson for an additional $1,499. They are rare and hard to come by today. They made a black and red in 2002 and a green and black in 2003.

Photos by Dick Carlson with Carlson Digital Photography

Published in Cover Bikes