2011 Yamaha Star Motorcycles
There is only one Star Stratoliner for 2011, but it’s Deluxe.That means you get a fork-mounted fairing that houses an iPod-ready stereo system.
The combination of a stout, lightweight aluminum frame and an air-cooled, pushrod, 113 cubic inch powerplant, means the Stratoliner is a satisfying ride, in both power and handling.
2011 Suzuki Motorcycle
The Suzuki Boulevard M109R’s 109 cubic inch motor is large, and not what you’d expect on a cruiser.
Using technology inspired by Suzuki’s GSX-R sportbikes, it is a strongly oversquare motor with double overhead cams in each cylinder.The high-capacity motor is ready to rev and will take almost any bike to the cleaners in a drag race.
2011 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
No, the top doesn’t come down on the Harley-Davidson CVO Softail Convertible, but it is a versatile motorcycle.
In the Softail’s basic iteration, it’s a lowdown cruiser with a Twin Cam 110B motor making things happen. However, the Convertible comes with easily removable saddlebags and detachable fairing, making it a bagger-on-demand.
2011 Can-Am Spyder
Powered by a Rotax engine closely related to the powerplant in the Aprilia Tuono 1000, the 2011 Can-Am Spyder RS-S is the sporty version of the revolutionary Can-Am three-wheeler.
Can-Am’s Vehicle Stability System virtually eliminates the possibilities of tip-overs, while the front wheels prevent pushing in corners.