Harley-Davidson’s S models are the Motor Company’s equivalent of a “sport version.” These versions of the bikes get better components, more power, and special style bits so the guys at Bike Night will know yours isn’t like the rest. The Dyna Low Rider is the latest to get the S treatment. The result? It’s the Harley I…
As it turns out, riding a motorcycle is actually easier than walking these days. Well, at least that’s the case when riding a Harley-Davidson Low Rider S thanks to that huge 110 cubic inch motor and a torque curve as flat as Ryan Reynolds abs.
Ducati’s first attempt at a cruiser, the original Ducati Diavel, was a lot of things—but it just didn’t have what people wanted from a cruiser. While it sold fairly well, Ducati felt like there was more of that XL-sized cruiser segment to be had. The XDiavel is Ducati’s attempt to embrace the cruiser spirit while…
The 2017 Victory Octane is the future of the American cruiser segment, at least if Polaris has anything to say about it. Gone are the days of the same old designs paired with the same old motors. Cruisers can be tough and modern and American, and Victory is pushing their chips all in.
I just got home from riding the all-new 2016 Ducati XDiavel all around San Diego. My cruiser face is starting to dissipate and I’ve finally managed to turn off Nickelback radio, which means it’s time to get your questions in.
Harley-Davidson added two new models to their lineup this week. Normally this is only cause for my phone and email inbox to fill up with jokes. However, and much to my surprise, this could not be less the case with the new Harley-Davidson Low Rider S and Pro Street Breakout. These things are fucking rad.
All things with motors have their purpose, and can be fun when used for that purpose. Yet, somehow, I’ve always struggled to find the purpose of cruisers, or how they can be fun. Man of the people that I am, I sampled a Harley-Davidson to try and figure it out.
As your loyal servant and scribe, I spent the better part of a month riding the 2015 Harley-Davidson Dyna Low Rider to try learn about that #cruiserlife. The review is on the way, so here’s your chance to get your questions in.
Let’s start this off with a confession: I’m not into cruisers. Like, not at all. I don’t get the appeal to anyone under 50 years old, and I think straight out of the box they are, at best, try-hard expensive pieces of wannabe yesteryear “technology.”
Moto Guzzi adds a touch of weird sophistication to every bike they make. It starts with that motor placement, and the individuality just seeps throughout. This year, they brought to EICMA what all the cool kids brought to EICMA – a Scrambler, but they also brought a heavy weight surprise.
Okay people, it’s time to have a little talk. I’ve come to realize that, despite my best efforts, I just don’t get the cruiser thing in the way that so many of you (like, millions) do. So I’m going to need to you explain it to me.
Good news, citizen! Remember how we all were sad with the news that the trusty work horse that is the Ford Crown Victoria was ceasing production? Worry no more, as Detroit has a new plan to keep their cruisers-a-cruisin’.
Cruisers aren't my thing. The appeal of a bike – light, nimble, a surgical weapon to slice through traffic – is completely negated when straddling on an over-endowed barcalounger. But this Moto Guzzi MGX-21 Prototype somehow manages to overcome my distain with acres of carbon fiber badassitude.
Today is the final day of production for the Chrysler PT Cruiser. Once the shining star and gotta-have Chrysler of the moment, the much-neglected PT has finally been put to rest. It serves as a perfect demonstration of Chrysler's failings.
The biker boys at Amen Design have built a chopper based around Franco Sbarro's hubless wheels. And it really rides!
Chrysler revealed its latest special edition vehicle ahead of this Saturday's Woodward Dream Cruise this morning at Duggan's Irish Pub on Woodward Avenue — the 2009 Chrysler PT Dream Cruiser Series 5. As the name suggests, it's the 5th version of the PT Cruiser to be revealed at the Woodward Dream Cruise. And, like…
Even though 1964 was the last model year for Studebakers built in the United States, Canadian production continued through 1966. I'm guessing this Lark Cruiser, which Project Car Hell Song creator Jack Astro photographed while visiting Victoria, B.C., is a '65, but it could be a '64 or a '66. Jack also shot a pretty…