The Suzuki Boulevard C50 draws inspiration from the classic Suzuki models, and its design is a tasty combination between the old and modern design schools.
Like any respectable cruiser, the 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C50 rewards you with a comfortable riding position and it packed with all it needs to offer a relaxing riding experience. Thereby you are treated with an ergonomically designed saddle, swept-back handlebars and spacious footboards.
The ride quality is assured by 33-degree rake front forks with a long 140mm wheel travel, and a progressive rear suspension with mono-shock absorber.
The motorcycle sports a fuel-injected, 45-degree, V-twin engine that cranks out 805cc. Needless to say that the engine delivers more than enough power and torque to help you deal effortless with high way traffic.
The 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C50 is offered with a starting price of $8,899.
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The Suzuki Boulevard C90T is a capable cruiser developed with comfort and practicality in mind. The motorcycle is propelled by a 1462 cc, long-stroke, liquid-cooled, 54 degree, V-twin engine which rewards you with a sharp acceleration a generous amount of torque. The engine’s power is sent to the ground through a 5-speed constant mesh transmission. For better performances, the motorcycle is also fitted with Suzuki’s Clutch Assist System (SCAS) which helps you operate the clutch easier.
As far as ergonomics are concerned, the 2013 Suzuki Boulevard is equipped with a sculpted seat, a wide handlebar and a pair of comfortable footboards which work together to offer a relaxed riding position for long journeys.
The rides on seven spoke cast aluminum wheels which are shod in 130/80-17 front and 200/60-16 rear tires.
The 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T is offered with a starting price of $13,999.
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The 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. features a dark and aggressive look which gives it an imposing stance.
In terms of style , the C90T B.O.S.S. comes with all-black wheels, blacked out forks, blacked out exhaust system and many chromed elements. You also get a big windshield which offers a great protection and a pair of generous saddlebags which offer a pretty generous volume. Other features include fully integrated black hard side cases and a comfortable passenger seat.
The motorcycle is powered by a strong 1462cc long-stroke, liquid-cooled , 54-degree V-twin engine with a tasty blacked-out styling. The engine is brought to life by an electric starter and is paired with a 5-speed, constant mesh transmission.
The 2013 Suzuki Boulevard C90T B.O.S.S. is offered with a starting price of $13,999 and comes with a 12 month warranty.
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The Suzuki Boulevard M90 is an unstoppable cruiser which puts comfort, practicality and style on the first place. Talking about style, the Boulevard M90 features a muscular design inspired by the classic motorcycles. We especially like the old school fairing, the refined fuel tank and tasty wheels.
You won’t complain about comfort either, as you are met by a sculpted seat and a perfectly angled handlebar which are working together to offer a relaxed riding position.
At the heart of this beauty lies a 1,462cc, long-stroke, four-valves-per-cylinder, V-Twin engine which offers class-leading torque-to-weight and power-to-weight ratios.
The 1,462 cc unit features dual spark plugs in each cylinder which help enhance fuel economy and power delivery, and reduce emissions. The engine is combined with a five speed transmission and a cable-operated back-torque-limiting clutch (also used for the Hayabusa) with Suzuki’s Clutch Assist System (SCAS).
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The 2013 Suzuki Boulevard M50 may look classic to you, but the motorcycle is packed with a long list of modern technologies and features which help it deliver first class performances and stay on the same line with its rivals.
The 2013 Suzuki Boulevard M50 is powered by an advanced fuel-injected 805cc V-twin engine which delivers sharp acceleration. The engine is mated on a five speed transmission which is paired with an advanced clutch (the same used for the sporty Hayabusa). The engine is not only strong, is also pretty fuel efficient due to Suzuki’s Dual Throttle Valve (SDTV) fuel-injection system, which also offers crisp throttle response and optimized power delivery.
As far as suspensions are concerned the 2013 Suzuki Boulevard M50 rides on a front inverted telescopic, coil spring, oil damped front fork and a single rear shock absorber with 7-way spring preload adjustment.
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The Suzuki Boulevard M109R Limited Edition is a capable cruiser which offers a perfect mix between style, comfort and performance. The bike features an advanced chassis and is powered by a 1783 cc, 8-vavle DOHC, 54 degree, liquid cooled, V-Twin engine which delivers a massive torque and a generous power. The engine’s power is sent to the ground via a five speed constant mesh transmission.
The motorcycle rides on a front inverted front fork which features race-proven cartridge internals with 46mm stanchion tubes. Out back there is a cast aluminum-alloy swingarm which works with a progressive linkage and a single rear shock absorber with adjustable spring preload.
As far as wheels are concerned the Suzuki Boulevard M109R Limited Edition sits on front 130/70R18M/C 63V, tubeless and rear 240/40R18M/C 79V.
In terms of design, the M109R Limited Edition features a red body work, black-colored wheels and final gear case, and white lens taillight and turn signals. The bike is offered with a starting price of $14,799 USD.
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Suzuki Boulevard M109R is an aggressive cruiser with an unstoppable character. The motorcycle’s impulsive personality is underlined by its unique modern design language.
The motorcycle is powered by a massive 1783cc, 8-valve DOHC, 54-degree, liquid-cooled, fuel injected V-Twin engine that puts out enough power and torque to reward you with a quick acceleration. For increased performances, the engine features a class-leading electronic fuel injection system that features the Suzuki Dual Throttle Valve system (SDTV) with 56mm throttle bodies.
The engine is mounted on a high-tensile double cradle steel frame which is light yet stiff enough to deal with the muscular 1783 cc unit without too much fuss.
As far as suspensions are concerned, the front wheel is kept in check by an inverted fork which features race-proven cartridge internals with 46mm stanchion tubes to deliver 5.1" of wheel travel. Out back there is cast aluminum alloy swingarm which is combined with a progressive shock linkage and a preload-adjustable single rear shock .
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Honda CD1100’s roots can be found back in 1969 when the Japanese manufacturer launched the iconic CB750K0, a bike that managed to attract a lot of fans thanks to its advanced technologies, high performances and top notch reliability.
The modern Honda CB1100 keeps all of the advantages of its ancestor, but is equipped with a stronger 1140 cc fuel injected engine and many other modern features which make it cope perfectly with today’s standards.
The motorcycle is built on a strong twin-loop full-cradle steel chassis with a modern geometry, which is perfectly suited for the requirements of this class.
In terms of style, the 2013 Honda CB1100 keeps the same classic lines of its predecessor, but here and there, you will find various elements which give it a contemporary touch.
The motorcycle rides on a twin-shock rear suspension which features preload adjustability. The front wheel is kept in check by a 41mm fork which also comes with spring preload adjustability.
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Royal Enfield has forged itself a pretty strong reputation as this name is around since the 1950s. Royal Enfield started as a British company, but after a while the name was bought by Indians and today Royal Enfield’s motorcycles are assembled in India.
In terms of style, the company’s motorcycles didn’t change too much since the 1950s. However, Royal Enfield’s models are fitted with modern engines and new technologies.
The Royal Enfield Bullet 500 B5 is built in the image of the legendary iron barrel Bullet 350 and features a vintage design language that puts practicality and simplicity on the first place. The motorcycle is powered by a single cylinder, 4-Stroke, spark ignition, air cooled, OHV engine with a displacement of 499 cc. The engine’s output is rated at 27.5 BHP and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
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The 2013 Royal Enfield Bullet 500 features the vintage look that made Royal Efield’s motorcycles famous. But while the design language may be old, the engine and technologies used for this model are contemporary. Its single cylinder, 4 stroke engine has a displacement of 499cc and cranks out a maximum power of 27.2 bhp at 5250 rpm and 41.3 Nm of torque at 4000 rpm.
The Bullet 500 is the culmination of over 8 decades of legacy, of the longest running model in continuous production. The motorcycle is built since 1932 and during its long history the motorcycle managed to impress us with its unique styling and ride feel.
The stopping power is assured by 280mm front disc brakes. Other features include the Headlamp nacelle, housing speedometer and ammeter, a comfortable seat contoured for comfortable seating position, and the traditional mudguard with subframe.
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