poor power/handling ratio. I hear this one will feature a semi-automatic feed chute for the coal. Put simply there is no real market for a cruiser without a V twin. The segment has to be inhabited by the most conservative buyers anywhere.That being said
My brother-in-law wants to buy a bike for commuting. He last rode a motorcycle during his Army service in Sweden quite a long time ago. He wants a middle-weight cruiser, spending no more than £3,000. I don't know much about cruisers, and I
like it hasn't been washed since 1951 but looks good for it.All the other ones, I hate My old bike, Hyosung Cruise II, looks like that 50cc wotsit. There's loads of lower powered bikes in the cruiser style. Good learner legals apparently.
not reset and still has no power to anything. Any suggestions? Thought you were writing gobbledegook, but seems you're in the same boat as this guy:www.powersportsnetwork.com/enthusiasts/review_detail.asp?rv=16245&veh=2700sorry cant help cruiser, scrap it.
1988 HONDA VF750c V45 'Supermagna' custom cruiser - rare American import. Shaft drive v4 88bhp, 18200 miles. Solid rear wheel with twin upswept pipes on both sides - style with power in cherry red. Excellent condition, looks, sounds & rides very
, the fireblade, CBR6 and CBR250 all are sport bikes but they have dramatically different engines, chassis, weights and powers.http://victorymotorcycles.co.uk/motorcycles/cruisers/vegas-8-ball/specs/http://victorymotorcycles.co.uk/motorcycles/cruisers/vegas-high
I quite like these 2 I really like the look of that new Bimota DB6. The new FZ1.......Complete with Power Commader to sort the fuelling Not my thing at all, plus I'd rather not have a Ducati on the road, but that looks cool :smoke: I don't do
Cruiser Bike wanted in exchange / swap for a 99 model R1, on a ' W ' Plate.6 months tax, there is at least around 6 months MOT left, recently replaced headstock bearings, throttle cables, oil, filter, airfilter, and plugs changed, recent pair
the sun is shining, you're feeling laid back and lazy, you want to just plod along, see the sights, enjoy the time spent completely relaxing... then a big, low v-twin cruiser, thumping around at 45, must be FAB The handling, braking, power characterisitcs
of the cruisers pose a prob with very far forward pegs.....being a new rider too I think the lower powered bikes are not such a bad idea.... Slothbear wroteHaving said that I sat on a Suzuki goose a while ago, and although not a cruiser it was very low down
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