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The Harley-Davidson Road King was launched in 1994, but shortly after it managed to become a benchmark in its segment. The 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King looks like a timeless boulevard cruiser, but it is also a fully equipped, long-distance tourer.

As far as comfort goes, the 2012 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King features a detachable windshield, an air-adjustable touring rear suspension and a comfortable seating position. You also get a set of spacious, standard saddlebags.

The Harley Davidson Road king is equipped with a 1690 cc Twin Cam 103 engine which sends power to the rear wheel through a 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission. The engine’s fuel consumption is rated at 42 mpg.

Other features worth noting are the optional anti-lock braking system, Harley-Davidson’s Smart Security system, a six-gallon fuel tank and the electronic cruise control.

The bike is offered in a wide range of colors including Vivid Black, Big Blue Pearl, Midnight Pearl, Ember Red Sunglo/Merlot Sunglo.

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With its classic style and the old school stance, the 2013 Triumph Scrambler looks like a blast from the past. And there is no wonder why, because when designing the Scrambler, Triumph’s engineers have drawn inspiration from the 60s Triumph off-road sports motorcycles that were stripped down for racing.

In terms of style, we especially like the Scrambler’s classic gaiters and high swept chromed side pipes, as well as the spoked wheels, high footrests and the wide off-road style handlebars.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a strong tubular steel cradle frame which is combined with 41mm forks and chromed spring twin shocks with adjustable preload.

Needless to say that the Scrambler’s center piece is, of course the engine – an air-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin unit that sends its power to the ground through a five speed gearbox. The engine rewards you with an average fuel consumption of 53 mpg.

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Do you want to mix your passion for choppers with your passion for martial arts? Then you should take a closer look at the BMS Choppers Road Star Mortal Kombat.

This custom bike features a tasty paint scheme which draws inspiration from the famous video game. Though, besides its custom paint the BMS Choppers Mortal Kombat Road Star offers a wide range of features which make it a fairly capable chopper.

For the starters it is equipped with a modern 102 cubic-inch, air-cooled, pushrod OHV, 48° V-twin engine which has a displacement of 1670cc. The engine is mounted on a rigid, double-cradle frame which features a tasty 32° rake. The retro look of the motorcycle is further enhanced by its long 66.5" wheelbase as well as the old school headlight and the simple fenders.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Mortal Kombat Road Star is fitted with telescopic 43mm preload adjustable front forks and a Link-type, preload-adjustable single rear shock.

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Everybody loves a well built chopper and the guys from BMS are considered among the top dogs manufacturers. Their products were always appreciated for their first class built quality, the thrilling performances and the astonishing designs.

The BMW Chopper’s Toro’s Road Star is another beast born from BMW’s garage and like all its siblings it offers a wide range of features which will make any passionate rider fall in love with her.

The low slung stature, the aerodynamic fuel tank and the fluid design of the highly comfortable seat are all working together to form a great overall style which inspires freedom and power.

At the heart of the BMS Choppers Toro’s Road Star beats a massive 1670 cc pushrod OHV, air-cooled, 48° V-twin engine which cranks out more than enough power and torque to make your adrenaline levels go crazy.

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The guys from BMS Chopers have a pretty creative imagination and the Got Rake Road Star is a solid proof for this statement.

The motorcycle features a fancy design with an extra long front fork and is propelled by a 102 cubic-inch air-cooled, long-stroke, OHV 48° twin engine.

The engine is mated on a five speed transmission and is brought to life by an Electric starting system which features solenoid-activated auto-decompressor for easy starting. The 102 cubic inch unit is linked to a 2-into-2 exhaust system with dual pipes.

As far as suspensions are concerned the BMS Choppers Got Rake Road Star rides on a 43 mm Telescopic fork with adjustable preload (5.5 in. travel) and a rear link type single shock. (4.3 in. travel).

All its custom features and the capable engine, make this model a pretty unique bike. However, the BMS Choppers Got Rake Road Star doesn’t come cheap at all as it is priced at $125,000.00.

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The Big Bear Choppers Venom Two Up is a pure American chopper that has all it needs to make you love it.

Unlike many other choppers this beauty can accommodate two adults and is powered by the V111 engine which cranks out 115.8 bhp and 122.8 lb/ft of torque. The engine is kept in check by a 6-speed Baker transmission built in Detroit.

The motorcycle’s backbone is represented by a unique frame design which features a large single radius downtube. Needles to say than every frame component (e.g. neck, side plates, tank mounts, tranny plate, axle adjusters, etc) is CNC manufactured with precision. BBC used a 0.250 wall, 1.5” tube steel for the backbone and downtube and a 0.160 wall, 1.125” tube for the rest of the frame.

The bike rides on front 21" x 2.125" and rear 18" x 8.5" rims wrapped in 90mm front and 250mm rear Avon Cobra tires.

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The guys from BMS Choppers have always managed to pleasantly surprise us with their attractive motorcycles and the MCclimond’s Warrior is one of their best models.

The 2004 version of the BMS Choppers Mcclimond’s Warrior is built on a lightweight aluminum frame with a 41mm inverted fork and an aluminum swingarm. The stopping power is assured by monoblock brake calipers and the motorcycle’s alloy custom wheels are shod in sticky performance tires.

At the heart of the BMS Choppers Mcclimond’s Warrior lies a pushrod, air-cooled, fuel injected, 102 cubic inch (1670 cc) V twin engine which is paired with a 5-speed, close-ratio transmission with multi-plate wet clutch.

Compared to the previous versions the 2004 Warrior received revised rider and passenger foot peg location, new handlebar design and an all-new two piece seat which offers a more comfortable ride.

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The Titanium is one of the newest models built by Big Bear Chopper and compared to its other siblings it features a quite different design approach.

It is powered by a fresh S&S V111 engine that cranks out 122.8 lbs of torque and is paired with a Baker 6-Speed Overdrive transmission. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the engine is linked to a capable exhaust system developed by BBC together with Yoshimura.

The 2013 Big Bear Choppers Titanium rides on 19" front and 18"rear wheels which are shod in 100 mm front and 180 mm rear Avon Cobra tires.

Other notable features include World Class Brake Tech rotors, an inverted front end suspension co-developed by BBC and Öhlins, Nissin handlebar controls and a Hydraulic Clutch System.

The Big Bear Choppers Titanium is available with Sport and Touring fairings.

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With its distinctive style, and low slung stature the BMS Choppers Blue Crush Warrior is a mean-looking cruiser designed for those who want to ride with style.

The motorcycle is powered by a pushrod, air-cooled, fuel injected, 102 cubic inch (1670cc) V-twin engine that has enough grunt to fill your brain with a tasty mix of dopamine and adrenaline. The engine’s power is kept in leash by a capable 5-speed, close-ratio transmission with multi-plate wet clutch.

The engine is mounted on a lightweight aluminum frame which is combined with a 41mm inverted fork and an aluminum swingarm.

The motorcycle rides on three spoke alloy wheels shod in sticky performance tires (120/70-ZR18 Radial front and 200/50-ZR17 Radial) and the stopping power is assured by monoblock brake calipers.

The BMS Choppers Blue Crush Warrior is available at a starting price of $42,900.00.

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The BMS Choppers 250SS Road Star is a pretty unique chopper which features a tasty design language inspired by the classic motorcycles.

The 250SS Road Star features a pretty big, 5.3-gallon peanut-shaped fuel tank which is combined with a comfortable saddle and an ergonomically designed handlebar. There is also a lot of chrome and a catchy double exhaust pipe.

Power comes from a 102 cubic-inch air-cooled, long-stroke, OHV 48° twin engine that rewards you with generous torque and plenty of power.

Other features include the single sided 250 swingarm, air suspension, bms pimp bars and a spike air filter. You also get LED bulbs, a tank-mounted speedometer, clear turn signal lens, full-size floating-type rider floorboards with rubber inserts and dual underseat helmet holders.

The BMS Choppers 250SS Road Star is offered with a starting price of $34,999.00.

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