2013 Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Boy LO The 2013 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Lo FLSTFB model has all the features you expect on custom Harley motorcycles. Hearkening to the 'hardtail' choppers of the '60s and '70s, the Fat Boy Lo model is one of the custom Harley motorcycles that keeps that heritage alive more than forty years later. And this special edition shows a darker side of the original 'fat custom' bike laid-back and blacked-out with an unmistakable profile on the road. For 2013, the H-D FLSTFB Softail Fat Boy Lo model comes in a limited, serialized 110th Anniversary Special Edition, featuring exclusive commemorative anniversary styling elements and premium features that make it a top-of-the-line model and a true work of living art, with finely forged finishes that age and transform in a manner unique to each vehicle. The Harley Fat Boy Lo model features a powerful air-cooled Twin Cam 103 Harley engine with 6 speed cruise drive transmission, providing more performance power for passing, hill-climbing, and riding with a passenger and luggage. Take a minute and learn about all the features of the Fat Boy Lo model and learn more about other custom Harley motorcycles. For more choppers, check out the Fat Boy model or another one of the Harley-Davidson cruiser motorcycles. The Heritage Softail Classic model gives you a classic motorcycle experience, learn more about this bike. Take a look at all of the Harley motorcycles and find the bike for you. Fat Custom Style Recalling the "hardtail" choppers of the '60s and '70s, the Fat Boy Lo model keeps that heritage alive more than forty years later. It shows a darker side of the original "fat custom" bike laid-back and blacked-out with an unmistakable profile on the road. But the nostalgic style isn't just about the confident stance, paint and old-school detail. It's how you look riding it. It's how it feels. It's the classic, relaxed riding position that speaks volumes. You're not just cruising. You're in charge kicked back on a throne of machined metal surveying your domain. 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 sweated bullets perfecting 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 wheels. Artfully Hidden Technology Harley-Davidson leverages the latest in technology without compromising style and function. That means we hide electronics. The whole wiring harness is skillfully routed behind the jewels of the bike the tank, engine and all the other eye-popping features you want to see. It's just another way The Motor Company goes the extra mile to give its bikes that premium, top-of-the-line fit and finish. Low Suspension To give the Fat Boy Lo model its distinctive road-hugging stance, we've dropped the front and rear suspension 1.15 inches. That makes it the lowest seat height of any stock Harley-Davidson model at a down and dirty 24.25 inches. Perfect for smaller riders or those who just like to feel down in the bike.