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.
The Harley-Davidson CVO Softail Deluxe gives riders an off-the-rack factory custom without the hassle of creating it themselves.
Turns out even the old guys at MO are hip. Most of them, anyway.
When it comes to liking the cut of one’s jib, no motorcycle owns a profile quite like the Road Glide’s.
The Scout stands as the first real example of what we might expect in the future from Indian.
When Indian revealed the 2015 Scout, yesterday,
The new Harley-Davidson Street 750 – its first new model since the V-Rod of 2001 – is perfectly acceptable.
The Harley-Davidson Heritage Softail Classic, Indian Chief Vintage, Triumph Thunderbird LT, and Victory Cross Roads Classic hit the road.
Bikes like this are in our wild-West American jeans, even if your people only got off the boat last year.
The Honda Valkyrie has always held a special place in my heart.
The 2014 Victory Judge gains more mainstream appeal but loses some of what made it so unique.
Seeing Harley-Davidson make an explicit move in the direction of women is good news for motorcycling and, most likely, for Harley, too.
Victory has created a stylish and capable cruiser with tons of attitude and a fit and finish that belies its low price.
The 2014 Harley-Davidson Low Rider is a bike with tons of attitude and the performance to back it up.
After five years away, Harley-Davidson has revived the Low Rider name, making Milwaukee iron accessible to almost everybody.