Used Cruiser Motorcycles
Heralding back to the heyday of motorcycles in America the cruiser retains the style of the bikes built in the years between the 1930's and 1960's and the cruiser style accounts for over 60% of the entire American motorcycle market with Harley-Davidson owning the market and European and Japanese manufacturers slowly but steadily making in-roads into it with their competitively priced alternatives.
The cruiser remains the ultimate expression of a "motorcycle lifestyle" with it's feet forward, hands up riding position which provides a relaxed and comfortable experience for long-distance riding.
Amongst riders they are known for their grunty motors and large presence accompanied by comparative poor handling and outright performance.
BMW Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews
The BMW R1200C is BMW’s first hand at a cruiser bike – and it’s attempt at throwing away the jacket and tie impression. It is also the same bike used in the James Bond thriller, “Tomorrow Never Dies.”
The BMW R1200CL is a breakthrough for BMW with its floorboards and a heel/toeshifter as they break into the cruiser market. It is geared for the rider who is contemplating a serious trip – or someone who just likes to ride in style.
Harley-Davidson Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews
The Harley-Davidson Dyna family features big twin engines and traditional styling with the exception of the re-introduced "Fat Bob" in 2008 which followed a more agressive form.
The Sportster line up is Harley-Davidsons smallest and lightest model series which continue the visual appearance of the earlier Sportsters which were popular for dirt and flat track racing back in the 60s and 70s.
The Harley-Davidson Softail family comprise of big V-twin motorcycles which are synonymous with Harley's image and historical development and visually very similar to the "hardtail" choppers of the 60s and 70s.
Honda Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews
Kawasaki Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews
Moto Guzzi Motorcycles: Reviews
Moto Guzzi California
A very strong and stunning piece of work, the Moto Guzzi California is bold beyond eyesight. The bike that police officers in the United States admire and have used for over twenty years.
Moto Guzzi Nevada
The Nevada model by Moto Guzzi is a beautiful motorcycle with edge and agility that comes rare anywhere else. A bold piece in the Guzzi line of fine equipment.
Suzuki Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews
Triumph Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews
With a classy design that resembles that of early British style, while still combining the intricacies of the modern era, the Triumph Bonneville finds its way into the hearts of many well-known motorcyclists.
Triumph Rocket 3
The Rocket 3 happens to be the world’s largest capacity motorcycle at 2294cc. An extremely impressive feat when you see the smooth body and feel the ease of this fantastic machine made by Triumph.
Victory Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews
Victory Arlen Ness
The custom made, sleek styled Arlen Ness Victory motorcycle is certainly a bike for the true biker. A minimally made motorcycle, the Arlen Ness is packed with unique designs and features.
Classy, stylish and silently proud of itself, the Hammer by Victory is a motorcycle that many will love. Without boasting its boldness and without proclaiming its presence, the Hammer stands firm and is awed at for complete contentment.
With the roar of the open road teasing the rider, the Jackpot by Victory gives the perfect speed to fulfill each and every desire the rider may have. A grand bike with much to offer.
Becoming more popular in recent years is the return of the retro or vintage design. The Kingpin motorcycle is designed by style, poise and deliverance exactly in this distinctive way.
Victory Sport Cruiser
In its bold and sleek design, the Victory V92SC is a smooth sport cruiser offering much to its owner. This bulked up and intensive machine has the drive to achieve many goals set forth on the road.
Victory Touring Cruiser
The Victory V92TC is much like its brother model the V92SC, but in a more comfort driven, touring style motorcycle. A large machine has what it takes to travel long distances.
Designed as a classic cruiser, the Victory V92C motorcycle is a soft riding, easy to handle motorcycle great for almost anyone. With a simple design that embraces luxury and vintage icons.
The great value that Victory motorcycles are known for is seen clearly in the impressive Vegas. This smoothly rounded motorcycle embraces its frame and engine in one and produces a wonderful machine of working art.
Yamaha Cruiser Motorcycles: Reviews