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CRUISERS: CLASSIC AMERICAN STYLE

Cruisers have that iconic look: swooping pipes. Pull-back handlebars. Plenty of chrome. And a rider sitting comfortably upright. Cruisers also have a lower seat height, allowing most riders to place both feet flat on the ground at stops, plus they offer lots of opportunities to customize them for your own style, so it’s easy to understand why they’re so popular.

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SPORTBIKES:
IT’S ALL ABOUT PERFORMANCE

Sportbikes are typically tuned to deliver a high level of performance, meaning acceleration, handling, and agility. They also have that aerodynamic, athletic riding position. But these days, you can find a sportbike to match any level of riding skill, from beginner to advanced.

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ADVENTURE-STYLED BIKES: ALL AROUND AWESOME

Bikes say something about the person who rides them. And what adventure-styled bikes say is: “Let’s do this.” Similar to sportbikes, adventure bikes have plenty of torque for both urban and canyon riding. They also have an upright seating position and low seat height, which makes them ideal for daily commuters. And they have a long-travel suspension, which means they’re comfortable for those long-distance, backroad trips.

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DUAL SPORTS:
TWO BIKES IN ONE

Dual-sport bikes are dressed for the dirt, but awesome on the street. They have the look, style, and functionality of a dirt bike with knobby tires, long-travel suspension and an upright seating postion. But when it comes to commuting and tearing around the city, they're ideal: the upright seating and handling serve you well in traffic. And the fuel efficiency is phenomenal. So if you truly want the best of both worlds, check out a dual sport machine.

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SCOOTERS: MASTERS OF HIGH MILEAGE

* Legal Disclaimer Miles per gallon values are calculated estimates of fuel consumed during laboratory exhaust emissions tests specified by the EPA, not during on-road riding. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how you ride and maintain your vehicle, weather, road conditions, tire pressure, cargo and accessories, rider and passenger weight, and other factors.

You know scooters: they look like a blast to ride. That's because they are. But there are plenty of practical reasons to ride a scooter, too. For starters, scooters are really fuel efficient — some models have calculated fuel economy numbers of over 100 MPG*. Parking is a breeze. Comfort is a given. And they have a twist-and-go transmission. Which means they're practically foolproof.

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