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 versatile Burgman 400 handles the duties of a commuter and medium-distance tourer with equal aplomb, helping redefine the scooter genre.The Burgman is something of a hybrid, with the luxo-scooter representing the offspring of a sport-touring motorcycle and 50cc scooter.
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.
Built For Fun, Pure and Simple. There's a good reason so many road bikes in the '50s and '60s were big single-cylinder machines: they're incredibly fun to ride! The Boulevard S40 adds a shot of advanced Suzuki technology to this timeless design to create a bike that combines exciting performance with rock-solid reliability. One of the S40's major attractions is its lightweight responsiveness. Weighing just 352 pounds*, it's great for cruising down the boulevard or getting outside the city limits. Wherever you ride, one twist of the throttle rewards you with a blast of low-end and mid-range torque. And when you're up to cruising speed, you'll really appreciate the engine's smooth performance. The Boulevard S40 for 2008 - designed for you to enjoy the simple pleasure and pure excitement of motorcycling.
Mileage is in kilometers but MPH is in both. An all-new Road Star with chrome forks, blacked-out engine, chrome highlights and studded saddles make this one, tough looking machine. Of course its got the 98 cubic inch V-twin engine and belt drive.
The Suzuki Boulevard S40 has an engine that features a 652cc, SOHC, single-cylinder, air-cooled four-stroke engine with TSCC (Twin Swirl Combustion Chambers) cylinder head and high mass crankshaft produces strong low-end power and torque. The smooth-shifting 5-speed transmission is complemented by a low-maintenance belt-drive system that is calm, enduring, and straightforward to adjust and clean. The S40 comes equipped with a hydraulic front disc brake and drum-type rear brake that will supply resilient, dependable braking performance
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.
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