Renowned motorbike manufacturer Harley-Davidson has added an iPod connector as standard to some of its newest models.
The company's 2006 range features seven new models, according to the American Motorcycle Association.
The company's new Street Glide touring bike (illustrated) carries an all-new Harman Kardon audio system, with an MP3-capable CD player, a radio, and an auxiliary iPod jack as standard.
"You can plug music devices into the auxiliary jack on the Advanced Audio System so you can move to your own beat as you beat the treads," Harley-Davidson claims.
Also available are add-on products to give riders satellite radio, Bluetooth and GPS. All the options work using an in-dash display.
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