Based on the Softail chassis just like the Rocker and the Deuce choppers from years past, the Breakout features a 21-inch front wheel, a kicked-out, 37 degree fork angle, and other signature chopper features like the bobbed rear fender and Harley-Davidson’s integrated stop/turn/taillights with a side-mounted license plate. Unlike past Softail choppers, however, which tended towards lots of chrome and other gingerbread, the Breakout is more sparely styled for an edgier appeal. The 67.3-in. wheelbase, a 24.7-in. seat height, a flat drag bar, and a clean tank with the gauges relocated to the handlebar clamp give the Breakout a long, low, sinister stance. Black finishes on the engine, blunt-cut mufflers, oil tank, fork legs, and more only enhance the dark and dangerous look. And like every Harley-Davidson, the detailing is impeccable. The new, 10-spoke, edge-cut “Gasser” wheels, inspired by the original Halibrand ET wheels that were so popular on drag cars in the ‘60s, look especially nice.