2016 Harley-Davidson® Softail® Fat Boy® The original fat custom icon matches unmistakable style with a High Output Twin Cam 103B™ engine. Sometimes something comes along that changes everything. When Willie G. Davidson rode the Fat Boy® model into Bike Week the first time, let’s just say it stopped traffic. No one had ever seen a factory custom motorcycle with this much visual impact before. The look was pure Harley, yet totally new. In the years since, the Fat Boy hasn’t let up. From the chrome of the solid disc wheels, to the muscular lines of the new High Output Twin Cam™ 103B™ engine to the curve of its distinctive rear fender, this machine is built to make an impact. Ride one and you’ll understand. Features may include: Authentic Styling Get an eyeful of a Softail motorcycle and you see more than some weepy-eyed exercise in nostalgia. You’re looking at the kind of style that has the power to defy time. Honest. Uncluttered. Unaffected by the fad of the moment. There’s a good reason for this. We’ve used our long decades on the road, riding, wrenching, talking to other custom bike fanatics, to discover what works. Then we stick with it, and use it to push the boundaries of motorcycle design ever further. Take a look at the horseshoe oil tank adorning our Softail models. It’s the same one you’d see on a restored dresser from the ‘50s, or a radical Panhead chopper from the ‘70s. And you’ll find it right now on future Harley-Davidson models that still on the drawing board. Other companies may be content to imitate bits and pieces from our long history. On a Softail motorcycle every part down to the axle nut cover comes from an authentic tradition. With a genuine reason for looking the way it looks.