A long trip to cleanse your stressed soul. The best way to clear out your mind between a lot of clutter that has formed these days because of pandemic situations or the various topics and problems a person goes through. The main beauty of cruiser bikes is that they can be taken for long drives from any place without worrying about substantial damage.
We believe people who enjoy hikes and love the topic of riding not at a high speed but a moderate one and to visit and cherish the time spent alone. It is worthwhile for that category. The long drives help to stabilize sometimes and with the engine, it makes sure to work for a long while, but monthly or yearly maintenance is definitely necessary.
There are beautiful bikes that have been launched in 2020 with the best compatible traits for roads all around the world. One important point placed; the bike is heavy so make sure you know tact to pick it up and drive around comfortably.
The motorcycles we have known of this cruiser styles are bikes like; Harley Davidson, Excelsior and Henderson. The riding position is usually placed the feet forward and the hands up, with the spine erect or leaning back slightly. The few that have been launched this year in 2020 happen to be the top best.
The minimalistic design and modern features are the most common kind of features in cruiser bikes.
Find Out Amazing Cruiser Bikes launched in 2020
Royal Enfield Classic 350
The Royal Enfield classic is the highest-selling model from the iconic bike manufacturers product line up. The classic 350 dons a retro design reminiscent of classic motorcycles. The classic 350 is a perfect example of adapted design with modern technologies.
The engine specifications might be meagre, but the availability at a lower rpm which offers a good mid-range power required for longer rides. The power delivery of the UCE engine is smooth, however, the five-speed gearbox can give you some trouble in finding the right gear and might sound harsh at high revolutions.
The fuel efficiency is in the range of 25 to 30 kp/l. The features include an analogue instrument console which houses the speedometer, battery charge, indicator, and odometer. It features electric start and kicks start option.
The new JAWA Perak keeps the bobber design intact with a low slung and floating single seat integrated with a taillight, teardrop fuel tank, and a low seat and wide handlebar. The pillion seat is optional on the motorcycle. The design is distinctively that of the JAWA bikes with the bullet shell-shaped headlamp long forks and a wheelbase of 1485 mm.
Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks up front and a mono-shock unit at the rare, as opposed to twin shocks on other JAWA bikes. Stopping power comes from twin disc breakers with dual-channel ABS as standard. It also gets a longer swingarm that other java motorcycles. The mileage is 35 km. Transmission is 6 speed.
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Honda H Ness CB 350
This Honda model features a retro design and gets a circular headlight. The engine is mounted on steel half-duplex cradle frame which said to offer a soft steering feel, and in turn, offer balanced riding and stability. Wheels are alloy type, shod with tubeless tires from MRF. The front 19-inch wheel is said to offer greater stability in different riding conditions. Both wheels get brake discs, with a 310 mm single disc on the front wheel and a 240 mm disc on the rear wheel. The dual-channel anti-lock braking system is standard. The mileage is 42 km. The transmission is about 5 speed.
Royal Enfield Classic Desert Storm
The Royal Enfield desert storm is based on the classic 500 but is special because it features a unique sand paint scheme reminiscent of the first and the second world war. The desert storm is powered by a 499cc, single-cylinder, 4 stroke engine producing 27.2bhp. the rest of the styling remains the same as the classic 500 but the headlamp is a powerful halogen bulb. The mileage is 35 km and the speed transmission is speed 5.
Bajaj Avenger 160
Bajaj Avenger 160 is powered by a 160cc 2-valve, air cold engine that makes 14.79 bhp at 8500rmp and 13.7 nm and torque at 7000 rpm. It gets a fuel injection system that enhanced the throttle response and throttle and engine refinement. The performance figures might not be very high, but you can, without a doubt, cruise to places of interest in the city. You get an odometer, twin trip meters and a fuel gauge in the digital display. It has mileage for 40 to 45 km.
Benelli Imperioli 400
It was first launched in India last year, it proved its mettle with a refined engine, comfortable ergonomics, and pretty good riding dynamics and much more. The reason was a new brand, a formidable machine, and a spot on the price tag. It is powered by a 373cc single-cylinder, long-stroke engine. The transmission speed box is 5 speed.
Royal Enfield interceptor 650
The most expensive and powerful bike in this era. It is the only one with the twin-cylinder bike under 3 lakh and offers more than 50 nm of torque. The 648 ccs parallel-twin engine with an 8-valve head, cooled by an oil cooler. It is mated to a 6-speed gearbox that helps the 202 kg bike accelerate from 0 to 100 mph in about 6.5 seconds. The top speed for interceptor is 160 km. The suspension set comprises of telescopic forks at the front and twin hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. The system provides balance and provides excellent stability and cornering control.
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In conclusion, I would like to say that all bikes in this article have their merits and demerits. The choice of design and budget depends upon the buyer and his or her potential to buy a bike they like.
The choice of bike will determine the trip and places it will go to.