Kawasaki Vulcan Motorcycles For Sale On Auto Trader Bikes

Some twins look alike and have a special bond that is clear for all to see, yet, you get twins that don't even look related and if it wasn't for the fact they share birthdays and parents you would assume they were just good friends who share a surname. At that price point, the Vulcan S locks horns with the hugely successful Harley-Davidson Street 750 and the Harley-Davidson Street Rod What the Vulcan S offers is a slightly modern approach to cruiser styling and a proven to be refined and competent 650 cc parallel-twin engine.

SPORT CRUISER PERFORMANCE: Whether you're commuting to work or enjoying a day trip, the Vulcan® S inspires confidence in riding and delivers exhilarating sport cruiser performance for maximum enjoyment on every ride. The 31-degree rake and 7.1” trail of the front fork contribute to the light handling and easy control of the motorcycle, with the fork prioritized towards comfort and control.

Special attention paid to ensuring high levels of fit & comfort, and confidence in riding make the new VULCAN an attractive option for Arrow Rebel new riders and female riders looking for a stylish, accommodating motorcycle. The Kawasaki Vulcan S is a complete maniac under a Cruiser skin.

Protecting your expensive headlights from debris kicked up from the road, our headlight shields are easy to fit, with no modification needed to your bike and they are easily removed for cleaning. It can be easily adjusted to suit the rider or when carrying a passenger and luggage, such as when the Kawasaki Genuine Accessories passenger components and luggage rack are fitted.

Give your visor that racing look as used by many R&G supported riders in BSB and around the world. The low seat height of 705 mm explains the popularity of this bike among shorter (read Asian) riders and female riders. These bar end have been specially designed and developed for the 2015 (onwards) Kawasaki Vulcan S & Vulcan Cafe '18- models.

During the time I had the Vulcan S, I put almost 650 miles on it, which is a testament to how brilliant this motorcycle is. Although if I had one complaint, it would be that this particular Vulcan S didn't have the optional front windscreen on it. Highway riding without it becomes a bit of an upper body workout as the wind pushes your chest further and further backwards.

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