If you like the Roadliner S then you’ll be happy to know that the company has just released the 2014 model year.
The new model looks like a classy machinery and features a host of tasty details that give it a pretty distinctive character. There is also a lot of chrome and Roadliner S’s famous headlight that inspires power and confidence.
Powered by a 113 cubic inch (1854 cc), air cooled, pushrod 48 degree, V twin engine the 2014 Star motorcycles Roadliner S delivers an estimated fuel economy of 42 mpg.
The engine features four pushrod-activated valves and two spark plugs per cylinder for enhanced efficiency. Its power is transferred to the rear wheel through a 5-Speed transmission with multiplate wet clutch.
The 2014 Star Motorcycles Roadliner S is offered with a base price of $ 14,990.
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The Star Motorcycle Roadliner S is a big cruiser touring motorcycle so it offers a relaxed, upright riding position. The bike features a sculpted seat which is perfectly suited for long journeys while the position beams within the main headlight housing give you a great road visibility during night.
The Star Motorcycle Roadliner S comes with a classic clock-style instrumentation which enhances the neo-retro look and is fitted with a series of useful displays such as the analog speedometer, tachometer and fuel gauge.
The Roaldiner S’s backbone is a light but rigid aluminium frame which is combined with a light, Controlled-Fill die-cast swingarm.
Power comes from a 113-cubic-inch (1854cc) air-cooled, pushrod 48-degree V-twin with 9.48:1 compression ratio. The engine is kept in check by a computer-controlled, twin-bore, fuel injection which monitors multiple engine parameters to calculate perfect mixture under all conditions.
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Basically a stripped down Stratoliner, Star’s 2010 Roadliner S qualifies as the ultimate boulevard cruiser not only because of the massive engine powering it, but also thanks to the glamorous styling and unique riding feel. Cumulating these incontestable qualities, this model has everybody going “yes, it’s a Star” and who are we to disagree?
Only the Roadliner S carries on to 2010 (the Roadliner Midnight remains a 2009 model year) and this cruiser is set to find the sweet spot of riders who prefer short and non-windy rides, but also that of those who feel like buying a base motorcycle and accessorize it as their hearts demand.