YOU ARE VOTING ON AUGUST BIKE OF THE MONTH
2009 V Star 650 Classic
Here is my 2009 V Star 650 Classic. Tinted windscreen and chrome front fork lowers, but otherwise stock in two tone silver paint. Just under 4,000 kms on the dial and I've had the bike three weeks now.
2008 V-Star 1100 Custom
I bought this in January of this year to replace my aging 97 vulcan 500. Loved the abundant torque, but thanks to Shane at SS custom cycles, I added the pods kit, cobra exhaust, and the 402 cams. WOW! 45 mpg on 87 octane, and a real tire smoker. Mustang seat is on the way, too. I added the mutavo bags,(second set-first ones were too small) and put a stereo, and underbody light kit on it also. It also has air horns on the left side under the tank....They really have saved my life a few times over the years, and have been over every bike I have owned. The sidecar started as a 150 gal diesel fuel tank. It is the fourth one I have built for various bikes I have owned. I even had one on my Ninja 500! My kids and now my grandkids love riding in it, and love to "fly".https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...ze=1280%2C1024
Make/Model: Yamaha Roadliner
Eng size: 1854
Modifications/Accessories: Hard Krome 3 inch Big Staraights, Ultimate Seat set, Cobra Fattys, Kuryakyn Longhorn Highway pegs, CCS Saddlebags, Rivco LED Mirrors, Cobra FI 2000 Power Pro, Memphis Shades windshield
Length of time to build:Three years
And the story/inspiration/additional comments:
Of all the great bikes I tried, this Yammy beat them all out in comfort, performance and cost. Dream to ride.