2010 presented the motorcycle world with another fine example of the Harley-Davidson VRSC. Known most commonly in the motorcycling world as the Harley V-Rod, this midsize, liquid-cooled, V-Twin machine remains a popular choice among a diverse demography.
The Harley-Davidson VRSC V-Rod was introduced in 2001 to the delight of Harley-Davidson enthusiasts, who were hoping for something different from the look and feel of the traditional manufacturing line. A unique and easily visible frame, combined with smooth curves from the front to rear fender, allowed the VRSC to break new ground in the motorcycling cruiser class. This VRSC even served as an introduction to the Harley-Davidson line for many sport bike enthusiasts.
The low-profile, sleek design of the 2010 Harley-Davidson VRSC serves as an excellent upgrade for the rider who has increased his skill level from novice to experienced. With a low seat height of 26 inches, the V-Rod has served as a great option for both men and women.
The 2010 Harley-Davidson VRSC doesn't stray far from the 2009 base model or its predecessors from years prior. It remains a classic work of V-Twin art, combined with ample power and impressive efficiency. The stock 1250cc, DOHC, fuel-injected engine boasts plenty of power for city driving or highway cruising. Considering fuel efficiency, the VRSC averages 34/42 mpg city/highway.
In 2010, Harley-Davidson manufactured multiple options for the VRSC. In addition to the base model, which comes in a variety of colors and offers optional accessories, the 2010 VRSCDX (Night Rod Special) puts an exciting twist on the neo-classic V-Rod. The Harley-Davidson Night packages also apply to the Sportster (Nightster). These bikes possess a unique blend of flat and gloss black paint, chrome, as well as special features and accessories.
In 2010, Harley-Davidson also continued to offer the VRSCF (V-Rod Muscle). The V-Rod Muscle is a model the manufacturer aimed at younger riders in various cities throughout the U.S. Boasting the look of a dressed up chopper, with forward controls and low handlebars, the aesthetics on this model are a sight to behold. This includes the air box, and the air-rams, which are only for looks.