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When a future rider wants to be "user-friendly" with its wallet, but still wishes to ride on an able cruising machine that will totally provide the satisfaction needed in those early days of riding, it heads towards Kawasaki Vulcan 500 LTD.

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The five-time AMA ProStar Hot Rod Cruiser class drag racing champion returns. The Waarrior is a bike built for riders who can’t quite commit to cruiser or sportbike, it’s performance and stunning, muscular lines are very impressive even before you add your custom touches.

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Plenty of torque, smooth roll-on power, light weight and a seat just 27 inches from the pavement make the V Star 250 super-nimble and maneuverable, and the perfect Star to get started on.

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For years, 40 cubic inches was a lot of motor. Guess what? It still is, especially when a sweet overhead-cam 40-inch V-twin powers a bike that doesn’t weight so much. The V Star Classic is light, maneuverable and ready for you to make it your own.

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You instinctively know a great cruiser when you see one. Retro style is even cooler when it’s combined with Star engineering, including and SOHC air-cooled V-twin and shaft drive. It’s all right here just begging for some choice personalization.

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All things in moderation, nothing in excess. That’s the idea behind the V Star 1300. At the heart of it beats a fuel-injected 80-cube engine, surrounded by a chassis built to handle. Finished off with a little streamlined style and plenty of Star quality engineering.

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The big-bore air-cooled V-twin, now with electronic fuel injection, has what it takes to be the bike you want it to be - radical custom, polished stocker, or the look you know is just right for you.

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You’re looking to a whole new kind of Star, a bike called a modern performance custom. Chopper-inspired but built to perform. Good luck outdoing this bike’s combination of looks, performance and Star build quality.

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Radical new styling that grabs attention from every angle. Form-fitting comfort that invites one to both sit on and to ride. Smooth response to every rider input, reacting with exhilarating performance at every twist of its throttle, and… no clutch! Not only that, no gear changer! Is this really a motorcycle? Or is it some strange kind of scooter?

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Highly decorated straight from the factory and highly acclaimed by the motorcycle press, Yamaha’s big-bore Roadliner has reshaped the face and performance of cruisers altogether.


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