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2007 Yamaha Road Star Silverado Cruiser reviews

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David Cahoon

Birmingham, Alabama

Reviewed on August 2, 2012

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5.0
Most of my rider buddies ride Harleys. They are the same ones who want to ride my bike after about three hours on the road. It's the best buy for the money on the road.... read more
Most of my rider buddies ride Harleys. They are the same ones who want to ride my bike after about three hours on the road. It's the best buy for the money on the road.
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Mark Campbell

Empire, Alabama

Reviewed on December 24, 2008

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5.0
I bought the bike to ride occasionally for recreation. Boy was I in for an awakening. I ride every day. I am 50 years old and had not ridden a bike since I was 20 and I cannot believe how much I enjoy this bike. I have ridden a few other bikes but none touches the ride of my Roadstar. My wife loves riding so... read more
I bought the bike to ride occasionally for recreation. Boy was I in for an awakening. I ride every day. I am 50 years old and had not ridden a bike since I was 20 and I cannot believe how much I enjoy this bike. I have ridden a few other bikes but none touches the ride of my Roadstar. My wife loves riding so much we bought her a V-Star. She had never ridden before but after beginner classes she is riding her bike with me.
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Andy Kelhart

Topton, Pennsylvania

Reviewed on December 24, 2008

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5.0
Of the three Yamahas I have owned, this is by far the largest and, oddly enough, the easiest to ride. It has a low center of gravity making it very forgiving in the twisties. It also has enough power for two-up interstate work and does so in comfort.... read more
Of the three Yamahas I have owned, this is by far the largest and, oddly enough, the easiest to ride. It has a low center of gravity making it very forgiving in the twisties. It also has enough power for two-up interstate work and does so in comfort.
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Freddy Fricke

Trumbull, Connecticut

Reviewed on December 30, 2007

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5.0
This is by far the most comfortable bike I have ever driven. Being in the Patriot Guard I do mostly highway miles. It is a pleasure even after 300 miles in one sitting to continue on riding. To date there have been no problems with my Road Star.... read more
This is by far the most comfortable bike I have ever driven. Being in the Patriot Guard I do mostly highway miles. It is a pleasure even after 300 miles in one sitting to continue on riding. To date there have been no problems with my Road Star.
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Dave Eslinger

Springfield, Missouri

Reviewed on July 30, 2007

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5.0
haven't rode in 15 years...last bike I was on was a Honda Interceptor. When I first looked at this bike I was concerned about an engine that size being air cooled. Secondly, it was carb and not fuel injected. After I bought it all the concerns there disappeared. This machine has plenty of power and handles... read more
haven't rode in 15 years...last bike I was on was a Honda Interceptor. When I first looked at this bike I was concerned about an engine that size being air cooled. Secondly, it was carb and not fuel injected. After I bought it all the concerns there disappeared. This machine has plenty of power and handles like a bike with half the weight. Since the first day I bought it I have had nothing but positive comments and a lot of stares...from bikers of all sorts...sport bikes to Harley's. The only downside to this bike is it does drink gas and 93 octane will make it ride smoother. If you want the massive cruiser bike I really think this is your machine. Your only other real option is a VTX1800 from Honda. If you're into top heavy bikes that may be your alternative!
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Ron Caesar

Houston, Texas

Reviewed on May 31, 2007

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5.0
I am a first time bike owner and rider. I tell you, I should have tried riding sooner. I looked at a lot of different bikes including Harley Davidson and I am so happy I went with my Yamaha Road Star Silverado. I am a Rider for life now!... read more
I am a first time bike owner and rider. I tell you, I should have tried riding sooner. I looked at a lot of different bikes including Harley Davidson and I am so happy I went with my Yamaha Road Star Silverado. I am a Rider for life now!
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