Another crossover?

If yamaha made a super sports custom cruiser it could look like this.

yamaha r1 cruiser



When the original Diavel was released, Ducati were not forthcoming with the category the bike was to come under, was it a custom, muscle, cruiser or a whole new category unknown to the biking world. Everyone decided it was all of the above. The new Xdiavel is a complete re-work of the original, sporting a 1262cc, 6 speed Ducati Testastretta DVT engine producing 156hp and nestled into a Trellis Frame, belt drive and yes, Ducati have finally committed to telling us what the new Xdiavel is… it’s a cruiser…

Kawasaki Vulcan S

Vulcan S

Just off the back of harley’s release of the Street 750, Kawasaki showcase the Vulcan S, This mean looking cruiser is powered by the same 649cc parallel-twin engine that is found in the Er6 range and the Versys 650. Also sporting a six speed gear box 14ltr tank and has a top speed of 115mph. The Styling of this bike is just as nice as most of the Kawasaki range, pictured in green, the Uk website here has it in black, white and … purple?…, the only drawback for this bike is that you can get the Harley Davidson Street 750 for a few hundred quid less than the asking price of £5,949,  but, maybe your just not that into harley.

Goldwing F6B


Honda have made a dramatic change to the Goldwing. A new model called the “F6B” and is the biggest change they have made to the current model. Making it lighter by getting rid of the top box and introducing a smaller screen, they have turned their famous tourer into a cruiser style bike. It still keeps the Goldwings 1832cc, 12 valve, SOHC flat-6 engine, and has the same styling as the current Goldwing model, with all the toys, but now you have a more (or less) options to choose from. View more here