The Best Starter Cruiser Motorcycles 2017

The Best Starter Cruisers – 5 Bikes To Seriously Consider
There was a time – and it was not that long ago – when a “big” motorcycle was considered to be anything over 750cc. Now it seems that starter bikes have taken over this category and for some people their first cruiser motorcycle has a big V-twin engine.
The top 5 starter cruisers: Harley-Davidson Sportster XL883, aka Iron 883, Indian Scout Sixty, Yamaha Bolt, Kawasaki Vulcan S, Honda Rebel 500.


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ShaneSharpVlogs says:

Honda, Bolt, Harley, Indian. Cool video!

Abbath says:

Harley, Indian, Yamaha Bolt

O G says:

HD pos, kawasaki if you want it to last

dennis B says:

Where is the street twin ?

Jim Mc says:

I’m sorry but this is just my opinion, the Scout sounds like crap….

D. Paul Riderman says:

I agree with your presentation. As a young man a 750cc bike of any kind was a large bike. Arrogance has created the name starter bike, and it is even used in Europe. A cruiser has a different motor built for torque more than HP, so you can carry a load in any condition. Why any sport cruiser would want anything larger than a 750-800cc is beyond me. They aren’t super heavy making it easy for lighter or shorter riders to enjoy owning one. Some how a 1000lb cruiser doesn’t appeal to many cruiser riders.

Shaz UK says:

I love my Suzuki C50. Bought her 2 weeks ago. It’s my first starter bike. I am a female, 5’2″ 155 lbs, already dropped it, picked it up. Love the bike!!

darrell mount says:

the rebel is the best choice for a starter cruiser because it is more transitional from other bikes to the cruiser, but the kawasaki may be just as good or even better depending on the buyer, got to go w/the yamaha bolt next then the Indian and Harley as I think them to be more than starter cruisers and may be kind of an expensive toy see if you like it or not.

SharkGlide17 says:

That Harley is infinitely cooler than any of those other bikes, the sportster is killin the entry level v twin game

Ian Butterfield says:

I started with the Yamaha Stryker 1300 cc and love it!

Cosme Fulanito says:

Yamaha Bolt was the only japanese one even worth considering. Wtf is up with all the LCD bullshit inside a round instrumental?? That’s just wrong.

Dillon Harper says:

Which would you say was the fastest of the bunch? I have heard the Vulcan 650s is faster than the 900 Vulcan with the 500lb weight and 55 hp and 45 ft-lb torque.

Cosme Fulanito says:

Get a Harley. And get it in black.

Matt DRINKWINE says:

Suzuki sv650 best starter bike

Gerald Scott says:

Get the Harley. Don’t even consider anything else. After decades spent riding boring Japanese bikes, I got my first Harley, a used ’06 Sportster 1200 Low, with an aftermarket exhaust. It completely reintroduced me to riding. Nothing else feels or sounds like a Harley. For a while the Japanese came close to copying the look, but that’s all it was. There was no substance behind it. It felt and sounded just as smooth and quiet as every other Japanese bike. Yes, you could make it loud, but it (all Japanese cruisers) sounded terrible. Japanese engineers know why Harleys feel and sound the way they do, but chose not to copy it. If you want to experience what riding a motorcycle really should be, then the Harley is your only choice, followed by an aftermarket exhaust.

Prashant Vikal says:

Yamaha bolt, is that exhaust mod or is it 2017 model ?

Pompeyo Castro jr says:

my starter bike is a harley breakout 2017.. 864 miles now on it. no regrets. very happy each ride.

Dragan M says:

The Indian and the Harley Davidson are The way to go, so much cooler than all the rest.


I would only consider the rebel & vulcan S starter bikes for novice & the others for intermediate-to more experience

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