F.X. Caprara Harley-Davidson®
17890 Goodnough St, Adams Center, NY 13606
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We at FX Caprara Harley-Davidson® wanted to have some fun while we're waiting on Spring. And, since the weather (and that other situation) isn't quite cooperative yet, we've decided to take it to the internet! Why? Because we're Bikers- we find new roads when a detour pops up. 

Winners have been announced!

We put the word out in January and had 13 beautiful bikes enter (scroll down to see all the bikes). Voting was from February 1st until the 19th, limited to one vote per person. The Top 3 Bikes that got the most votes won Gift Cards from FX Caprara Harley-Davidson®.  

Watch the announcement that happened on February 20th, 3:00pm EST.  We did broadcast the ceremony live on our Facebook Page as well as have published it on our YouTube Channel (so 'follow' and/or 'subscribe now so you won't miss anything!).

Or just scroll down to watch the video here, on our webpage.




is a 2020 Street Glide Special in Stone Washed White Pearl. From the Saddlebag Lid Speakers and 2-into-1 Exhaust, this lady announces her presence. She's also equipped with a Screamin' Eagle® Air Intake, handlebars, and a quilted Saddleman seat to enhance her smooth ride.


is a 2009 Road King Classic that runs a Screamin’ Eagle® 110” Engine with True Dual Exhaust, Screamin’ Eagle® Air intake, Chromed Front Forks, LED Lighting, and upgraded Handlebar Controls.


is a Vivid Black 2017 Road Glide with a ton of extras! Blacked out Front Forks, handlebars, Fairing Lowers with Speakers, Chromed Primary Housing, stretched Saddlebags with leather lid covers, and a Detachable Chopped Tour Pak. This lady is in it for the long haul.


This 2007 Grandeur Custom Pro Street Bagger with color matched fairing, A factory forged custom from North Carolina, this stretched beauty has the frame geometry beneath all the art. Plus the chrome that outshines anything in the universe. A bike with this level of custom is bound to attract attention.


In terms of styling, luxury and performance, few take motorcycles further than this 2010 CVO Softail® Convertible. Powered by a Screamin' Eagle® 110" V-Twin engine. Covered in one-of-a-kind paint and custom metal pieces designed in Harley's legendary styling department. It's what happens when the imagination has been left to run wild.


When it comes to the 2012 Softail® Deluxe, it's clear to see that this ride is all about style. Slung low and narrow with a 2-up Saddleman seat, custom wheels & paint, Screamin' Eagle Air Intake, full fenders and a lot more. Nostalgic styling give this bike's look a touch of class, enough to make any head turn.


Don't let the Skinny Skeleton fool you! This 2018 Street Glide is fat in all the right places. She's got the tire-smoking power of the blacked-out Milwaukee-Eight motor with Screamin' Eagle® Air Intake, and dark finishes that stretch from the headlight to the exhaust. Blacked-out front forks, handlebars, tank console and exhaust for an aggressive modern look.


The first year of the Project Rushmore redesign, this 2015 Street Glide shows off the quest to make the ride better. With the detachable luggage rack and chrome fairing vent trim, you can see this bike will allow you to wander but doesn't waver.


This 1974 Iron Head Sportster started somewhere in the skull. A rumble that was heard a long time ago that has evolved into this beauty. A Springer front end, red wheels, jugs and primary, and white frame, tank and ape hanger handlebars. This bike is a firecracker just waiting for someone to light it up.


is Nicknamed 'The Hammer' , and is a 1988 Harley Davidson Springer Softail. She wears tall ape hangers over the classic Springer front end and boasts a slim Le Pera® solo seat. She runs loud and proud and rumbles down the road with a certain flair. For the most part, she stays humble with a simple paint scheme and decor, with the exception of set of gold and chrome 'Live to Ride' vintage mirrors dug out of a box at a Swap Meet a few years ago.


As one of the longest-running families in motorcycling history, this 1982 Sportster 1000 has gotten the royal treatment. From the chopped rear fender & spring seat to the S&S Tear-Drop Air Cleaner, ape hanger handlebars with Nostalgic Grips, this Sporty is ready to go fourth and spread the word of "old school".


This 2019 Street Glide with the "Tagged" Custom Paint Set kicks the hot rod bagger style into a higher gear. With ape hanger handlebars and color-matched chopped tour pak, this Glide definitely stops people in their tracks, and leaves the rest in the dust.


Keeping things on the down-low with this 1997 Dyna Low Rider, nicknamed "Precious". The Dyna family truly lived up to the 'two-wheels-and-a-motor' philosophy of keeping it simple. Although Precious does have a little added flare: leather fringe on the grips, front fork bag, chrome engine guard, added sissy-bar back rest with luggage rack, and Leather Trunk bag. Precious will get the groceries in style and then some.