Yamaha XV950R Is A Bolt Rider Review
This is the outcome standard form the XV models are really entertaining bobbers that tick all the boxes when it comes to looks, recital and control, add in the prospective for customization and they start to look very appealing indeed. One Yamaha man told me they see owners updating their XV with various bolt-on kits rather than necessarily buying
You don’t have to look very hard to see the similarities between Star Motorcycles’ brand new Bolt cruiser and Harley-Davidson’s tried-and-true Supertaster and with its $7,990 aprox. starting price, the Japanese bike is a suggesting that Star is serious about beating the competition, except does that make the Bolt a worthwhile alternative to the Motor Company’s iconic offering. If the custom, bobber, cafe racer scene really does exist, then Yamaha are poised to clean up with the new Yamaha Bolt XV950.
Yamaha bolt XV950 is simple styling, compact layout with V-Twin power and natural riding position combine to offer an amazingly fun riding experience. In featuring the fuel injected, 4-valve, V-Star 950 engine, the Bolt utilizes an all new “less is more” design giving simple and dense impressions.