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Just purchased a 2008 Rocker C. Found your article very interesting. It actually finalized my decision to indulge myself; I have always wanted a custom bike but since we used our bikes to travel I went for the more sensible touring models. We are now doing short rides, weekend trips. My questions are: Are the Vance & Hines mufflers stock on the "C"? We have been told by two different dealer people that Harley only produced the Rocker two years but I find information indicating 2008-2011?

Basically I love the Rocker so far; I have only put 100 miles on it after doing some fairly expensive repairs and accessories.

Vicki Croy
Mills, WY
Monday, September 5, 2016
Editor Response
Congratulations on the purchase of the Rocker C. I have a friend who has this motorcycle and loves it still after all these years. The Vance & Hines mufflers are not stock. Those are an aftermarket item that was put on the bike.

God bless that you have many wonderful years of riding with your new motorcycle.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I bought an 08 Rocker soon after reading this article. I'm 5 feet 7 inches and find the bike to be really comfortable to ride. Since April I've put more than 5000 miles on it including some long highway runs. With the Harley quick release bags and luggage rack/passenger seat it can handle touring duties just fine too.

Nick
Shelton, CT
Sunday, August 7, 2011
Hi Genevieve,

All your articles are very informative and I really enjoy reading your reviews. I'm a 5-feet-5 140 pound male and I have similar challenges facing some female riders. I'm glad I found your site. It really helped me find the right bike. I finally decided on the Harley-Davidson Nightster and it was the perfect bike for me. Thanks.

Richard
Irvine, CA
Friday, July 22, 2011
Editor Response
Richard,

I'm so glad you're able to glean useful information from my reviews. While Women Riders Now is primarily focused at female riders, I never write specifically to women. All the articles and reviews on this site are inclusive of the male gender, never alienating, never discriminating. We are very careful to refer to women in the third person (versus "us" or "we") so that readers just like yourself can relate to the article as well. Thanks for your support.
Genevieve Schmitt
I am planning on buying the Rocker C at Brighton Harley-Davidson, after taking the Rider's Edge class at the end of April.

My question for anyone, can you lower the bike 2 inches with the kit and then put on the Rocker Solo seat (which also lowers you 1/5 inch)? I stand 5-feet-2 on a good day and I can't/won't do the tippy toe stop.

Either way, I will be purchasing it!

Beth Reoch
Highland, MI
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Editor Response
You'll need to check with your dealer to see if the Rocker can be lowered. Some Harley's are already "lowered" at the factory, like my Street Glide is a lower FL touring model. But that didn't stop me from lowering it more using Progressive Suspension shocks. I suspect you can as Harley's stock settings are never maxed out, so you should be able to lower the bike. I recommend Progressive Suspension's kit for the Rocker C. Email David Zemla, their marketing guy, at dzemla@progessivesuspension.com ask him to help you. Tell him I sent you.
Genevieve Schmitt
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