The ultimate half helmet featuring new shell design, graphic design, securely screwed in visor and a comfort liner all for a great, amazing low price. All 1/2 helmets meet or exceed DOT certification and are made to enhance any riding experience.
Eye-catching graphics Or Solid Colors
Glossy shell finish or flat rubber
Light weight Aerodynamic two outer shells design
Advance ventilation system: Adjustable forehead and chin intake vents and rear exhaust vents flow heat and humidity up and out
Removable moisture-wicking helmet liner and cheek pads: Breathable, quick drying, lightweight and washable
Breath guard and padded chin strap with 2-D ring closure and strap keeper
Average helmet weight 3 lbs
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The Quality Stella was imported to the USA with 2-stroke power in several batches in the early years. The only state to miss out was California with its most stringent regulations. The 2-stroke Stella 150 was generally available from 2003-2006 and then again. Stellas were powered by the PXs traditional motor - a 150cc 2-stroke. Unlike the batch of PX scooters Vespa brought to North America in 2005, only the Stella used the newer reed cage instead of the older rotary design. Genuine Stella - 4-stroke engine. The motor offered reasonable fuel economy for a large 2-stroke and a top speed of 55mph. In some forms this engine is a bit faster, but compliance with American emissions regulations doesnt go hand in hand with maximizing the power output of a large 2-stroke. This is not a Chinnese Junk Scooter. Top Quality
Bike is in great shape for the year. To reduce the increasing heat under severe racing conditions a new liquid-cooled (water and oil) engine was featured for the 1992 GSX-R750. The new slimmer engine featured both oil injection piston cooling and water-cooled oil-cooler thus allowing a reduced cylinder pitch of 10mm and slimmer 57mm crankcase width. Torsional resistance increased by 24% thanks to a new 5-sided aluminium pipe frame with sand-casted steering head section and cast swing arm pivot while the new monocoque swing arm and new link type rear suspension improved handling. Cost savings were found in the plastic headlight cover vs the glass cover of the previous year. Dry weight remained at 208 kg and horsepower increased to 118 hp at 11,500 rpm.
Cool sporty with nice upgrades.
Great bike for the money. Bike is not finacable unless you have good credit due to age of the bike. Electra Glide Standard: This is the Harley touring experience taken down to pure form. The Electra Glide Standard. There are hard bags, Tour Pak luggage box and sound that complements the rumble from the pipes. There's full instrumentation behind the unique batwing fairing.
as a proven favorite, the 2011 Honda Shadow Aero serves as a most satisfying ride for a wide range of enthusiasts. Factor in the Shadow Aero's classic retro styling, low seat height, power-packed V-twin engine now with sophisticated Programmed Fuel Injection and fine handling-all at a price that's just right for today's budgets-and you have the makings of a winner. Ever since it first debuted, the Shadow Aero has been one of Honda's best-selling middleweight cruisers. No surprise there, especially when considering how affordable this stunning Retro Cruiser is. But the appeal goes far beyond the price tag. With one quick look you'll note a slew of featuresthe beefy 749cc V-twin, bullet-style mufflers, classic valanced fenders, spoked wheels, a ton of chrome, and five gorgeous new paint schemesyou'd expect on a bike twice this size. For twice the price. The Shadow Aero. Proof, yet again, that when you choose a Honda, incomparable quality and value is not a contradiction in terms. Engine Type: 745cc liquid-cooled 52 V-twin. Bore and Stroke: 79mm x 76mm, Compression ratio: 9.6:1
Valve Train: SOHC; three valves per cylinder, Induction: PGM-FI with automatic enrichment circuit, one 34mm throttle body, Ignition: Digital transistorized with electronic advance, Transmission: Wide-ratio five-speed
This 650-class model earns its "Classic" status by virtue of retro-styled valanced steel fenders, chromed fork shrouds, over-sized headlight and time-tested 40 cubic inch engine. Like the Custom version, the Classic benefits from an easy-to-ride, midrange-weighted powerband and a wide-ratio, five-speed gearbox. The V Star Classic is light, maneuverable and ready for you to make it your own.
Here's a hot cruiser that's going to light up the city streets. The Suzuki Boulevard M50 boasts unrivaled muscle cruiser styling along with a healthy injection of Suzuki technology. The first thing to strike you is its hard-tail design, which - thanks to an advanced rear suspension system - provides a comfortable and responsive ride. Of course, the muscle styling cues don't end there. Check out its pullback bars, contoured saddle, sculpted rear fender and eye-catching slash-cut chrome mufflers. The Suzuki Boulevard M50 has performance to match its image. Its liquid-cooled 50-cubic-inch V-twin engine features an advanced Suzuki fuel injection system that gives it terrific torque down low and an incredibly wide powerband. What's more, the M50 rewards you with crisp handling and an exceptionally comfortable ride around town or out on the open highway.
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