Cruisers photos

Cruisers are typically built in the American style with a laid-back attitude. Technically a standard, cruisers tend to be heavy and low-slung with mid-mount or forward controls and an upright riding position. Comfort, performance, and curb-appeal combine to make cruisers suitable for the commute, light touring, and hitting the main strip on the weekends. Displacement tends to trend towards the upper end of the spectrum across the range. There are two sub-genres worth mentioning: sport-cruisers and power-cruisers. The latter are generally American-style machines with over 100 horsepower and/or 100 pound-feet of torque, and the former uses a sportbike at its platform with a relaxed rider's triangle that makes for a comfortable ride. (H-D Softail, Triumph Rocket III, Ducati XDiavel.)