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2018 Indian Scout Bobber: First Ride
For the past couple of years, Indian’s Scout has been redefining what an American cruiser looks like. The liquid-cooled 69ci V-twin has proven itself a worthy opponent to the air-cooled Big Twins that have dominated the industry forever, and the cast-aluminum frame handles excellently and hides the oil cooler well. While we see a huge […]
UglyBros Featherbed Unboxing | Motorcycle Cruiser
UglyBros makes some darn good looking pants. I have been wearing the Motorpools for about two years and get compliments on them almost every time I have them on (which is often). When I first got these bad boys I wore them home and what was the first thing my girlfriend said when I walked […]
John Baltera’s Custom Yamaha V-Max
Some bikes are like fine wines, taking years to develop to a delicate perfection. Others are like moonshine—where the distiller spends his time reworking the recipe to deliver the maximum kick in the butt without blinding the taster. John Baltera’s Badmax can be considered a combination of the two: white lightning in a crystal mason […]
Best Cruiser Buys of 1998
As most cruiser owners recognize, cruisers tend to be better buys in the long run than comparable sportbikes. Because they are built for the long haul and don’t change much or disappear from the lines after a few years, cruisers hold their resale value, make it easy to get parts, and provide pride of ownership […]
Five Steps to Choosing a Paint Shop For Your Custom Motorcycle Project
Ever since I wrote the custom paint article for the April ’97 issue of Motorcycle Cruiser, I’ve been interested in what painters have to say about their craft. When I met Rhonda Hoffman at Daytona Bike Week, the conversation naturally turned to how she thought cruisers should approach choosing a painter. Being a professional, Rhonda […]