As Thanksgiving season comes to a close, the Christmas season begins! All our kids and grand-kids are busily making their lists for Santa, noting their desires for the newest Barbie or video game on the market.
But come on, let’s not forget that Christmas is not just about kids, folks! Grown-ups, especially motorcycle enthusiasts, have lots of new toys on the market to ogle and dream of too.
Here's a quick overview of some goodies you may want to add to your personal wish list as we inch closer to 2016:
A prettier version of their middle weight roadster, this bike boasts a redesigned V-twin engine for greater power and less fuel consumption. The new SV650 also debuts a Low RPM Assist system, which raises the engine resolution the moment the rider releases the clutch, resulting in less chances of stalling. A steel frame and clean design also makes this bike pleasing to the eye.
Are you in need of a new sport bike? The key features of this one are a four-cylinder engine with high RPM power and a high-tech anti-lock brake system that works with powerful calipers and large brake rotors. Essentially, it’s a classic street fighter with with a high-tech, digital soul.
For the Harley-Davidson lover, this model promises not to disappoint. It’s a high tech motorcycle that still shines in the classic Harley style. The military themed bike is equipped with an Air-Cooled Twin Cam 110B Engine, an improved model at keeping the bike going at all temperatures. It also has smooth anti-lock brakes as well as easy control ABS.
This bike is light weight with a fuel-injected 2 valve engine. Classic in style, it has a kick-starter instead of push start and Hydraulic single disc front brake for great stopping power.
Have you always wanted a cool Indian Scout, but didn’t want to cough up the cash for it? The big deal about this bike is that it’s way more reasonable than the past model by about $2,000 USD. The 60-degree V-twin is considered to be just as “rev-happy” as the previous Scout model and its appearance is just as sleek. Unlike the previous Scout six-speed, however, this one comes with a five-speed gear box.
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