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Harley-Davidson XR1200 Cup Returns for 2012

Written by  on Wednesday, 11 January 2012 16:11

Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada recently announced the details of the new Harley-Davidson National Race Program for 2012, designed to build on the successful debut of the series in 2011. The Canadian Harley-Davidson XR1200 Cup Series will once again join the Canadian National Superbike series schedule for the 2012 season.

The series remains a spec-bike series featuring specifically modified Harley-Davidson XR1200 and XR1200X motorcycles. Vance & Hines will continue to be the official kit supplier of the class, with kits consisting of a Vance & Hines exhaust system; a Fuelpak fuel management system; race bodywork including number plate, single-seat tail section, and belly pan; 17-inch front wheel with matching front fender; steering damper; oil cooler relocator; and race decal package.

In addition to the Vance & Hines supplied kit parts, racing teams will be able to upgrade their suspension, hand and foot controls, brake components and instrumentation. These revisions to the program are outlined in detail in the 2012 CSBK rulebook, posted at www.csbk.ca. 

Dealer support packages include a Parts & Accessories credit of $1000.00 towards purchased parts for race bikes, for each supported racer, as well as a set of rims supplied to returning racers who do not currently own a spare set.  Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada will have limited parts available for racers at the track each race weekend. Any parts purchased on a race weekend will be invoiced to the sponsoring dealer following the race weekend and is payable 30 days from the date of invoice. 

If the Canadian Harley-Davidson XR1200 Cup Series is of interest to you, please contact your nearest Canadian Harley-Davidson Retailer for information on how you can secure your spot on the grid for 2012. 

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