Wednesday, June 30, 2010Posted by motorsport at 7:01 AM // Labels: 2010 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Review
If you love driving, and you love riding over high-revving fast and furious crotch rockets, you will find something great in the simplicity of the 2010 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 line-up. All areas of interest are: for those who love the traditional-style motorcycles, Classic is a great choice for those who live on the highway and need a motorcycle that reflects those feelings, Classic LT Bill fits nicely, for those who love an aggressive style, big wheels and a deep guttural sound, custom is the king.
Regardless of which one you choose, ride and experience tells the same story.
My Love Affair with the 2010 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 ...
... he failed relationship, a broken tonight, and with tears streaming down my face. My bike was a place of solitude, and it was a recent acquisition to it. I remember Looking back at my first ride with regret, as I felt the experience tainted by the circumstances that surrounded that fateful night.
I feel differently now. This motorcycle has brought some properties with me, I never fathomed when I bought it: courage, pride, and most of all, joy. Horseback riding this bike is like your first kiss: first turn the gas down, hurry, no other intoxication can never match.
His aggressive style is associated with a 903cc V-Twin, which provides plenty of go-juice, while the bike itself remains intimate and sensitive. These slender and round like this, you will have a round hole and forgives you. It's the best relationship you'll ever have, and all it will ever ask in return is that you show some love every moment.
Reasons why you love the Vulcan too
If the line is beautiful and tasteful accents Chrome is not enough for you, the sound of twin pipes bellow acceleration can be the finishing touch. If this is not your forte, maybe it's more relaxed maintenance schedule, lightweight design, comfort and driver and front passenger positions.
For most, I suspect it will be absolutely dynamic motorcycle brings to the table. It feels safe and secure from the moment you hop on, and every time you see the tunnel you are blipping gas to hear the sweet symphony that sings, I dare you try to resist the temptation.
Finally, it is in cycling, it really shines. As beautiful as it is to look at, it is even more beautiful to the pilot. At the end, this is what motorcycling is all about: enjoying the world around you much more intimate than a car (and expensive sports car) would never allow. If this is not a sufficient reason, hop on one and take him for a ride, you'll find your own reason to fall in love with a Vulcan.