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Featuring a black-out style, a low stance and an aggressive 1731 cc, 4-stroke 50° V-Twin engine, the Victory Hammer 8 Ball is a true bad boy among cruisers.

The bike’s engine generates a maximum torque of 110 ft-lbs which is kept under control by a six speed overdrive transmission with helical-cut gears. The engine needs to deal with a dry weight of 533 kg.

The bike rolls on a pair of stylish 18 inch wheels which are kept in check by inverted front forks and a rear single, mono-tube gas shock absorber. The rims are wrapped in 130/70R18 front and 250/40R18 rear Dunlop Elite 3 tires.

The motorcycle’s speed is kept under control by front and rear 300mm floating rotors which are paired with 4-piston calipers up front and 2-piston calipers at the rear.

The Victory Hammer 8-Ball has a base price of $14,499.

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The Victory Boardwalk is a classy cruiser that offers a perfect mix of practicality, power and style. The motorcycle was designed with comfort in mind so it features first class ergonomics. Moreover, the victory Board walk is also offered with a removable passenger seat.

As far as style is concerned, we especially like the classy full fenders which wrap around the 60-spoke, chrome laced wheels. The bike’s catchy appearance is further enhanced by the extensive use of chrome.

The motorcycle is powered by an imposing 4-stroke 50° V-twin engine with a displacement of 1731 Cc. The unit is mated to a 6-speed overdrive constant mesh transmission with wet, multi-plate clutch and is fueled by a 4.7 Gallons fuel tank.

As far as prices are concerned, the Victory Boardwalk can be yours for no less than $14,999.

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With its low-slung look, curvy shapes and the special 21” custom-look Stingray wheels, the Victory Jackpot is without a doubt a fairly attractive cruiser.

At its heart sits a 4-stroke, 50° V-twin engine which is mated to a six speed overdrive constant mesh transmission with wet, multi-plate. The engine generates 110 ft-lb of torque and is fueled by a 4.5 Gallons fuel tank.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Victory Jackpot features a front conventional telescopic fork, (43 Mm diameter) which delivers 130 mm of wheel travel and a single, mono-tube gas shock absorber which offers 75 mm of travel.

The stopping power is handled by 300 mm floating rotors which are grabbed by 4-piston calipers at the front and 2-piston calipers at the rear.

The Victory Jackpot can be yours for no less than $15,999.

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The new Honda CB1100 DLX is equipped with a fresh six-speed transmission, twin exhaust pipes, a large 4.6 Gallons fuel tank, ABS brakes and a stitched-look seat. Power comes from an air- and oil-cooled inline four-cylinder, DOHC, PGM-FI engine with a displacement of 1140 cc.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Honda CB1100 DLX is fitted with front 41mm forks with spring preload adjustability (4.2 inches of wheel travel) and rear dual shocks with spring preload adjustability (4.5 inches of wheel travel). The motorcycle rides on light 18 inch wheels which are wrapped in 110/80-18 front and 140/70-18 rear tires.

The stopping power is handled by front dual four-piston calipers with full-floating 296mm discs and rear single-calipers with 256mm discs.

As far as prices are concerned, the Honda CB1100 DLX is offered with a base price of $11,899.

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The Honda CB1100 is a fun and modern motorcycle that follows the footsteps of Honda’s old, iconic models. For 2014, the Honda CB1100 gained a new six-speed transmission and a Deluxe version which comes with twin exhaust pipes, a slightly larger fuel tank, ABS and a stitched-look seat.

At the heart of the 2014 Honda CB1100 sits an 1140cc, air- and oil-cooled, inline four-cylinder, DOHC engine which is fed by a 3.9 Gallons fuel tank. The motorcycle’s speed s kept under control by a set of triple disc brakes which are paired with massive calipers.

As far as suspensions are concerned, the Honda CB1100 rides on a 41mm fork with spring preload adjustability (4.2 Inches of wheel travel) and rear dual shocks with spring preload adjustability (4.5 inches travel).

The Honda comes with a base price of CB1100 $10,399.

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The Honda Stateline is an elegant motorcycle especially designed for long journeys. It features a blacked out 1312cc V-twin, liquid cooled, SOHC engine with three valves per cylinder. The unit is paired with a five speed transmission. The motorcycle’s speed is controlled by a set of front and rear disc brakes which can be combined with an optional ABS system.

Once on board you are met by a low seat height, tank mounted instruments and comfy footpegs.

The motorcycle rides on wide, low-profile tires which were especially choose to help it deliver good handling abilities. It is also worthy of being mentioned that the tires are mounted on five spoke cast wheels.

The Honda Stateline is also equipped with a single 336mm disc with twin-piston caliper up front and a 296 mm disc with single-piston caliper in the back.

The Honda Stateline is offered with a base price of $12,150.

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With its bad boy attitude and the capable engine, the Honda Sabre is ready to assault the roads with poise every time you want to have some fun. It was built to draw attention, so it comes with a stylish design language that combines the sleek lines of a custom-bike with the imposing stance of a dragster. It features a relaxed riding position, clean lines, minimalist fenders and a 21-inch front tire.

The motorcycle is propelled by a 1312cc 52° V-twin, SOHC engine, which is mated to a five-speed transmission and delivers a fuel consumption of 46 mpg.

The stopping power is assured by a 336 mm front disc with twin-piston caliper and a rear 296 mm disc with single-piston caliper. The ride is kept under control by a 41 mm fork and a rear single shock.
The Honda Sabre is priced at $12,250.

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The Triumph Thunderbird Commander is based on the company’s original Thunderbird but it features a different, cruiser-oriented personality.

The motorcycle was built with comfort in mind, therefore it features a relaxed, laid-back riding position and a plethora of storage places.

As far as power is concerned, the Triumph Thunderbird Commander is equipped with the same 1699cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, parallel-twin engine as the Thunderbird Roadster, but it features a different state of tune that helps it deliver more useable torque, lower down the rev range, for a better touring experience. The unit puts out a maximum power of 94 PS at 5400 rpm and 146 NM of torque at 2750 rpm. The engine is fed by a 5.8us gallon fuel tank and is mated to a six speed transmission.

The 2014 Triumph Thunderbird Commander is priced at $15,699.

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The Touring version of the 2014 Triumph Rocket comes with a series of special features that make it better suited for the long haul. Among them you’ll find a tall windscreen, saddlebags, a 5.9us Gallon fuel tank, a back rest for the rear passenger and a low seat height of only 730 mm. Needles to say, the riding position is relaxed and laid-back thanks to the large footboards, pulled back handlebars and the comfy seat.

The motorcycle is built around a 2.3 litre, three cylinder engine which is perfectly suited for the requirements of long travels. The engine needs to deal with a wet weight of 395 Kg and cranks out a maximum power of 106 PS at 6000 rpm and 203 Nm of torque at 2500 rpm.

The Triumph Rocket III Touring is priced at $16,999.

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The Triumph Rocket III Roadster is a failry unique motorcycle that inspires respect from the moment you see it.

It is propelled by the world’s biggest production motorcycle engine, namely a massive 2,294cc, Liquid-Cooled, DOHC, In-Line 3-Cylinder unit that delivers an impressive 221Nm of torque at2,750rpm. The engine is paired with an agile chassis, a rigid Tubular steel frame and a sophisticated suspension which ensure first class riding and handling performances.

Among the features offer by the Triumph Rocket III Roadster you’ll find many blackened components including radiator cowls, rear mudguard rails, airbox cover, fork protectors, and mirrors. The Triumph Rocket III Roadster rides on 150/80 R17 front and 240/50 R16 rear tires and has a wet weight of 367 Kg.

As far as prices are concerned, the Triumph Rocket III Roadster can be yours for no less than $14,999.

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