Another year means another great variety of bikes are set to be released. Whether you’re into the classics or love the modern-looking bikes, there’s surely one available for purchase that you’ll love. Let’s run through the 2017 list of two-wheel magic.
2017 Honda CBR500R
Honda products are known for their longevity. My parents still own a 1991 Honda Accord, and it runs. The brand’s motorcycles are long-lasting as well, and they look nice. The CBR500R is great if you’re looking for a bike in a maneuverable size with solid handling, and low in price (which is even sweeter). With 417cc’s, you’ll have a smooth and comfortable boost in power to help you own the roads.
2017 Yamaha SCR 950
For those who appreciate the retro-styled bikes, this Yamaha SCR 950 should fit the bill. It’s minimal, mostly black design is a nice look in the vein of Steve McQueen. It’s based on the Yamaha Bolt cruiser, complete with a 942cc air-cooled Twin.
2017 Victory Octane
Although Victory motorcycles are a tad pricey (this one costs around $10K), they look really, really nice. Reminiscent of an Indian Scout 60, the 1200 liquid-cooled V-Twin is a slightly modified version of what powers the Scout. If you want to look like every Bond villain, and who doesn’t, then this is the obvious choice for you.
2017 Harley-Davidson Road Glide
There’s nothing more vintage than a Harley-Davidson, or more expensive. This is why it’s not the kind of bike for newbies. If you have experience riding and you’re looking to up your game, you’ll really enjoy this motorcycle’s massive 107 cubic-inch Milwaukie Eight V-Twin. Harley has also redesigned the suspension of the Glide to handle better than others. As will all Harley-Davidsons, this is a truly beautiful bike.
Another entry into the expensive bike section of our 2017 motorcycles list, this Ducati SuperSport is full of flair as it contains three driving modes to suit its users’ varying tastes. Its passenger seat is big enough for someone who is just 12 years of age, offering a safe and comfortable riding experience for just about anyone. For the driver, there’s an adjustable windscreen as well as very comfortable handle bars to cling to in case you’re relegated to spending hours upon hours in heavy traffic.
2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic
The classic Indian motorcycle brand has its origins in Springfield, Massachusetts back in 1896. At the time, this was the headquarters of American industrial innovation. The Silicon Valley of mechanical products, if you will. In 1937, The Scout became the winner of the first Daytona 200 motocycle race, a coveted trophy in the brand’s great history. The appearance of the Scout is alone enough to make you want to buy it, right?