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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Bike looks and runs great. The Suzuki Marauder's combination of hot rod-inspired styling and up-to-the-minute technology make it one-of-a-kind. A 45- degree V-Twin engine produces strong torque throughout the powerband, and features Twin Swirl combustion chamber cylinder heads with an overhead camshaft and four valves per cylinder for strong roll-on acceleration and precise throttle response. To make sure there's plenty of comfort to go with the perfomance there's a thickly padded two-piece seat and pull-back handlebars. Add in the Marauder's unique inverted front forks and adjustable twin rear shocks, and you have a machine that rides as great as it looks.
The Vulcan 1500 Classic's big V-twin engine produces incredible low-rpm torque that's perfect for city streets or the open highway. This advanced, liquid cooled, SOHC design displaces 90 cubic inches and shines with elegantly sculpted cylinders and polished cooling fins, while the large radiators are tucked from view between the frame downtubes.
The Virago is the lightest and quickest steering of its big-twin competitors in its time, despite 32 degrees of rake and 5 inches trail. While rake and trail numbers like those were last seen on a sport bike in the early seventies, they are relatively steep and short by current custom standards. At 537 pounds wet, the Virago undercuts the next lightest cruiserthe 1100 Intruderby 36 pounds. It's also the shortest, with a wheelbase of 60 inches in a class where the norm is 4 or 5 inches more. The smallness of the bike once cramped taller riders, but last year's revisions included a handlebar bend that moved hand position forward 1.6 inches and upward 1.3, and footpegs were pushed almost 2 inches forward.
Bike is in Great shape and ready to go. Shadow Aero. Inspired by both the Shadow A.C.E. 750 Deluxe and Shadow Spirit 750, this classic machine features incomparable retro styling, shaft drive, a low, 26 seat height, and best of all, full-sized looks and performancewithout the full-sized price.
Bike is in great shape and the paint WOW. The Honda VT750C Shadow's saddle-style seats lower than low, and complimented by swept-back bars. Combined with the forward footrests, youre looking at a love or loathe seating position. The suspension and brakes are ample for cruising. Gears are smooth, with plenty of power to have fun.
The Yamaha V Star 250 has been given a custom look and riding position with new handlebars. The foward set foot pegs also boost rider comfort with the added leg room. It is said it will get about 78 mpg which means you can go around 200 miles before you need to give it more fuel and at 326 pounds with a seat height of 27 inches, the V Star 250 is easier to handle than the heavier beasts on the market.
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