The motorcycle was a 2003 Harley Davidson Softail Deuce. A black bike with the 100th Anniversary stripe along the sides of the fuel tank. New pipes were installed where the baffles were removed to make the engine sound twice a throaty and loud. You could hear us coming from a mile away. The bike rode low to the ground. While you were riding your heals could rest on the front foot pegs for a more comfortable ride.
The solid aluminum rear wheel came with a thick fat tire approximately 150cm wide. The front fork was the traditional Softail thin fork with a thin spoked wheel resting in between. My bike was purchased brand new where I only had it for two years. Unfortunately, I only put approximately 6,000 miles on this Harley. A seriously low amount of miles for that long, but I had my reasons (Multiple deployments). At least 4,000 of those miles were with Jojo.