Cruiser Motorcycle Reviews
Cruisers come in a wide array of styles and displacements and are designed with a laid-back riding position. Appealing to the bad boys in us all, the majority of contemporary cruisers are modeled after classic American bikes like Harley-Davidsons and Indians. A V-Twin motor is the typical powerplant, most often air-cooled, although thats not always the case. A Cruiser rider generally is set into a position with feet forward and hands in a neutral or high position. This makes cruisers a popular choice for casual riding. And depending on the model and its options, they can also be suitable for distance riding, spawning a sub-class of Touring Cruisers.
After five years away, Harley-Davidson has revived the Low Rider name, making Milwaukee iron accessible to almost everybody.
Welcome, MO heathens. It’s Sunday yet again, which means it’s time for another Church of MO. This week, we look at the Boss
If you were a fan of the Thunderbird Storm’s parallel Twin engine, you’ll no doube enjoy the LT.
The transformation from Diavel to Strada has endowed this oddball platform with broader-band appeal.
What motorcycle has a flat-Six engine and causes power junkies to salivate and then beg whenever its name is mentioned?
We compare the best cruisers from the United States, Italy, Japan and Great Britain. Read on to see who comes out on top.
A wise man once said, “Speak softly and carry a big, fat stick.” Or something like that.
Lost in the hullabaloo of Project
The Star Roadliner S is an incredible value for a motorcycle with distinct style and impressive comfort and performance.
We had to cross the Atlantic to find the winner of our Best Cruiser of 2013 award.
Polaris used the backdrop of the the Sturgis motorcycle rally to unleash the latest generation of Indians on the motorcycling community.
We’ve now ridden the new Indian Chief and confidently predict that it will make a massive splash in the cruiser market. Our full review