The Yamaha YBR125 Custom is a compact motorcycle powered by a small 124cc, 4-stroke engine that cranks out a maximum power of 7.5 kW (10.0PS) at 7,800 rpm and 9.6 Nm (0.98 kg-m) of torque at 6,000 rpm.
The engine is fed by a 12-litre teardrop fuel tank which features a distinctive style that underlines the classic appearance of the motorcycle. In terms of design you’ll certainly like the old school headlight with its shiny case, the twin chromed dials that keep you posted on vital stats and the wide and comfortable saddle. Talking about comfort, besides the saddle, the ergonomic handlebars are also playing a major role in offering the rider a relaxed riding position. For more versatility, Yamaha also added a rear carrier with integral grab rail.
The motorcycle’s speed is kept in check by a front hydraulic single disc (245 mm) and a rear drum brake (130 mm).
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The Honda CTX700NM is one of the newest motorcycles revealed by the Japanese manufacturer. The motorcycle is packed with a long list of modern features which help it delivers first class performances and also comes with a modern, aerodynamic style that helps you cut through the air effortless at cruising speeds.
Needles to say yhat Honda’s engineers have spent a lot of time to develop perfect ergonomics for this bike, Thereby you are greeted by a roomy 28.3 inches high seat, a modern handlebar with an integrated LCD instrument panel and a large array of available accessories which allow you to add just the right combination of capabilities to suit individual preferences.
The 2014 Honda CTX700ND is powered by a 670 cc, liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine which can be combined with a standard six speed manual transmission or an easy-to-use automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT).
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The new RS VT750RS is the sportiest version in the Shadow lineup and was especially developed for beginner riders who have high standards. At the heart of the motorcycle lies a fuel-injected and liquid-cooled 745cc V-Twin engine that cranks out 42bhp and 45ft lb of torque and it paired with a wide-ratio five-speed transmission.
Like any respectable cruiser, the Honda Shadow RS VT750RS was built first class ergonomics, thereby you are met by a comfortable saddle and a convenient handlebar which hosts a clear instrument cluster. It is also worthy of being mentioned that unlike the standard Shadow, the RS model features higher bars and pegs as well as a low seat height of 737mm / 29in.
The motorcycle is built on a stiff and light double-cradle steel tube frame which is paired with 41mm front forks and rear dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability.
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The factory built custom looking motorcycles are starting to be more popular than ever and models like the Honda Shadow Sabre become more successful with every year that passes.
Packed with a long list of modern features and blessed with a very attractive design language, the Honda Shadow Sabre VT1300CS has a lot to love.
The 2013 Honda Shadow Sabre VT1300CS is propelled by a massive 1312cc V-twin, 52-degree engine with a single-pin crankshaft and dual balancers. The engine delivers plenty of torque and the feel only a V-twin can deliver. Its power is kept in leash by a five speed transmission. The engine is also combined with Programmed Fuel Injection (PGM-FI) which helps you start the motorcycle without problems on cold mornings or at high altitudes.
The stopping power is assured by font single 336mm discs with twin-piston calipers and rear 296mm discs with single-piston calipers. The ABS and CBS are available as optional equipment.
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Due to its sticking front fairing the new 2103 Honda CTX features a pretty intriguing appearance. On the other hand, we’ll have to admit that is fairly efficient and makes the motorcycle the perfect partner for long journeys.
As far as ergonomics are concerned, the Honda CTX700 features a comfy seat that’s 28.3 inches high and perfectly angled handlebar which offers a pretty relaxed riding position.
The Honda CTX700 is propelled by a 670cc, liquid-cooled parallel-twin, PGM-FI, SOHC engine with a Compression Ratio of 10.7:1. The engine can be equipped with an optional easy-to-use automatic Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) or a standard six-speed manual. The DCT features two modes, so you can select between the fully automatic mode or the active gear selection via "paddle-shift" type buttons mounted on the handlebar.
Other features include an Antilock Braking System (ABS), integrated storage area and an LCD instrument panel.
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If you are searching for a classic cruiser that offers a perfect mix of agility, comfort and practicality then you should take a closer look at the 2013 Honda Shadow Spirit 750 VT750C2. Despite its classic lines, the motorcycle is fitted with many modern technologies that help it deliver low fuel consumption and healthy overall performances.
The Honda Shadow Spirit 750 VT750C2 is powered by a 745cc, liquid-cooled, 52-degree V-twin engine which is kept in check by a wide-ratio five-speed transmission. The engine offers a perfect balance between sportiness and efficiency, rewarding you with a fuel consumption of 56 miles per gallon.
As far as comfort is concerned the motorcycle offers a low 25.7-inch seat height which assures a pretty relaxed riding position. Moreover, the saddle is broad and spacious, and its design is comfortable for both the rider and passenger.
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Honda is considered one of the best motorcycle manufactures and there is no wonder why, as its products are reliable, modern and very capable. The Rebel 250 CMX250C was designed for those who put comfort on the first place and is powered by a pretty cool air cooled 234cc parallel twin-cylinder engine. The engine offers a fair amount of power to help you deal with both city and highway traffic without problems.
Apart from its capable engine, the motorcycle also features a timeless design that perfectly combines classic and modern elements. We especially like the custom-styled, chrome-plated headlight, taillight and turn signal casings. Not to mention about the pullback handlebar, teardrop fuel tank, two-piece custom seat and the bobbed fenders which further enhance the retro look of this tasty cruiser.
The ride quality is assured by a 33mm fork which offers 4.6 inches of wheel travel and rear dual shocks with five-position spring-preload adjustability.
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With its sleek stance and the lively engine, the Yamaha V-Star 250 is a versatile motorcycle built for those who are searching for practicality, comfort and fun.
Yamaha’s engineers have spent a lot of time to develop a perfect riding position for the V-Star 250, thereby the motorcycle is equipped with a spacious saddle placed 27" off the ground, an ergonomically designed handlebar and a non-intrusive fuel tank.
You also get a set of dual exhausts, plenty of quality chrome and a massive, shiny headlight.
The 2013 Yamaha V-Star 250 is propelled by a 249cc, air-cooled, 60°, SOHC, 2 valves per cylinder, V-twin engine designed for strong low- and mid-range pulling power.
The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is paired with a single 26mm Mikuni downdraft carburetor. Its power is sent to the ground through a smooth-shifting, 5-speed transmission.
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If you are searching for a capable middleweight cruiser you should take a closer look at the Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic, as you won’t be disappointed by this beautiful and powerful Japanese beast.
For the starters, the 2013 Yamaha V-Star 650 Classic features a gorgeous design language and we especially like how Yamaha’s designers managed to seamlessly mix the old school style with contemporary lines.
Then there is the engine which is famous for its reliability and high end performances. The 649cc V-twin, air-cooled, SOHC unit features 2 valves per cylinder, is paired with a five speed transmission and offers an average fuel consumption of 59 mpg. Yamaha says that “the engine has been designed to produce strong torque and horsepower in the most usable riding range (50 to 120 km/hr),” so you can expect to a pretty sharp response.
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The Yamaha V-Star 1300 is a mid-sized cruiser that offers a tasty mix between comfort, power and style. It is powered by a 1,304cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected V-twin engine, which offers a generous amount of power and torque. As long as fuel efficiency is concerned the Yamaha V-Star 1300 rewards you with an estimated fuel consumption of 42 mpg which means that you can ride over 200 miles until your tank remains empty.
It is also worthy of being mentioned that the steel chassis gets 48 percent of the bike’s weight on the front tire, thus significantly improving the handling and maneuverability.
As far as suspensions are concerned, the braced steel swingarm and rear wheel are combined with a single linkage-mounted shock absorber, adjustable for spring preload, while up front you’ll find 41mm fork tubes with stainless steel covers.
The motorcycle is available at a starting price of $11,190.
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