Wednesday, December 7, 2011

2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic Review

2012 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic Review
The Vulcan® 900 Classic is definitely the bike to get noticed on, with its spoke wheels, low-slung seat and chrome dual slash-cut mufflers.
This powerplant offers excellent performance and smooth roll-on acceleration. Rider floorboards complete with a heel and toe shifter enhance rider comfort. The tank-mounted instrumentation includes a handy fuel gauge and an easy-to-read analog speedometer. The Vulcan 900’s low seat height and tapered seat do not discriminate against shorter riders. Big-Bike Appeal
The Vulcan 900 Classic takes its styling cues from its big brother, the Vulcan 2000 Classic. With long, low lines, seductively shaped bodywork, a low seat height and super-fat rear tyre, the Vulcan 900 has the presence of a much larger capacity cruiser combined with the rider-friendly handling traits you’d expect from a middleweight motorcycle.