28 Police Style Harley Davidson Motorcycles from City of Orlando Now Available

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

LONGWOOD, Florida (March 8, 2013) – Just in time for Daytona Bike Week, A1 Assets  in partnership with City of Orlando Fleet Management is auctioning and selling 28 2009 Harley-Davidson Road King Police Motorcycles, some starting as low as $7,999.99.

Advertised at a fraction of the original price, these beautiful, iconic Harley-Davidson motorcycles have never been more affordable. Outfitted with the quality specifications America has come to expect from a Harley, each bike comes  with six speed transmission, 1690cc 103 Cubic Inch Engine, ABS Brakes, and a 22 inch windshield. These motorcycles are available in dark blue and have been regularly maintained according to manufacturer specifications. Because they were previously used exclusively by trained law enforcement officials, one of the many benefits of owning this bike is the assurance it was well kept, operated, and maintained.
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According to A1 Assets CEO David Leavitt, “We are incredibly honored to be a partner of the City of Orlando and to be facilitating the sale of these previously owned Harleys. From protecting our streets to providing personal enjoyment, these Harley-Davidson motorcycles have served Central Florida well and will continue to deliver a high quality riding experience for whoever is fortunate enough to purchase them.”

These stunning pre-owned Harley-Davidson motorcycles won’t last long, so visit Technology Surplus Depot, a subsidiary of A1 Assets, to purchase today.

About A1 Assets, Inc.

A1 Assets, Inc. helps government entities and corporations manage surplus equipment profitably and responsibly. Through online auctions and e-commerce channels, A1 Assets is able to sell and repurpose inventory including previously owned IT equipment, laboratory equipment, hospital equipment, jewelry, and large vehicles. A1 Assets is headquartered in Longwood, Florida and services the entire state of Florida and Southeastern United States.