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    • Ken Lowell
      Ken Lowell

      Kawasaki Vulcan 2000-2010 is the ultimate cruiser !!!

      about 2 hours ago
    • RONAN MENDOZA
      RONAN MENDOZA

      Will a 5'7" comfortably ride this bike?

      about 17 days ago
    • warman58
      warman58

      Will someone who owns one please tell me how far you can get on a tank of gas?

      about 23 days ago
    • David Y
      David Y

      I love this bike, I got the 900 custom and love riding around, except on the highway, I really wish it had a bit more juice or another gear...

      about 29 days ago
    • Richie of Tampa
      Richie of Tampa

      My tachometer is weathered. Now it can't be read. What should I do? I have not been able to find the part.

      about 1 month ago
    • Colville Titus
      Colville Titus

      I love the bike especially since I’m 6’4 “. I’m now doing our msg course in my country and retired from our Defence Force. So contemplating owning one before getting the cruiser I’m in love with. Thanks for the review

      about 1 month ago
    • K.V. Rider
      K.V. Rider

      I have a 2010 Vulcan 900 Custom and it is the best bike I have ever owned. The bike looks good, has low end power, and smooth acceleration.

      about 1 month ago
    • TX Camper
      TX Camper

      Would this be a good first bike?

      about 1 month ago
    • John Klundt
      John Klundt In reply to TX Camper

      Yes, mine is 2018 classic lt and it is my first bike.

      about 1 month ago
    • rubensantana91
      rubensantana91 In reply to TX Camper

      Yes!

      about 1 month ago
    • V B
      V B

      +++++++!!!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • George Blank
      George Blank

      This bike is heavy, and too heavy for a 900

      about 2 months ago
    • Donald Weaver
      Donald Weaver In reply to George Blank

      God no it feels light and corners well

      about 1 month ago
    • Syed Shah
      Syed Shah

      @2:10 "incredibly light" ----> My reaction *WHAAAT?* 😂😂😂 Then you compare with 1300 and else and I was like oh okay but still tho its heavy. However, you dont feel it once you get used to it as I did. My brother and I own TWO same 900c but in metallic blue n silver tone. #waitingforspring

      about 2 months ago
    • John Cavar
      John Cavar

      Lovely bike Sean !

      about 2 months ago
    • VIVADUDE07
      VIVADUDE07

      Took my 2007 from New York to California and back 5 years ago. Mostly I-90,70, 40 and 81. 17 days not 1 problem. I was 65 years old and rode on the stock seat and lived to tell about it :)

      about 2 months ago
    • Andy WH
      Andy WH

      That didn't sound like 25 mph

      about 2 months ago
    • Gregory Henley
      Gregory Henley

      Could do without the biblical bullshit and stay focused on the motorcycle......

      about 2 months ago
    • Ian Mann
      Ian Mann

      I have the Vulcan 650 and love it ..
      the 900 looks and sounds amazing and i want one in my garage parked next to my 650..

      about 2 months ago
    • Mark Meadows
      Mark Meadows

      This bike looks amazing Sean.

      But I hate to say, but I like the Vulcan 800s better. With the right pipes, it can sound like a Harley Davidson.

      about 2 months ago
    • TheBlitz667
      TheBlitz667

      I know many people ask the same thing and it is probably annoying, but i have to ask. I cannot decide between vulcan 900 and vulcan s. They both have great specs, they are not very expencive and they are both beautiful.I am 6'6 and 240lbs and just getting into riding. Considering what you have said in this video, vulcan 900 seems to be perfect for me, but where I come from, vulcan s is more avaliable. Would you recommend vulcan s for someone my size? I am affraid it might look like I'm driving a toy...

      about 2 months ago
    • Garry Miller
      Garry Miller In reply to TheBlitz667

      I'm 6'1", took the S for a ride and i feel its definitely too small. Got a cramp in my hip. They've made it possible to tweak the fit a bit, but its still a small bike. I've sat on a Vulcan 900 Custom, and liked that a lot better. I own a Honda CTX 700N and like that better than the S as well. Pretty sure you're not going to be happy with an S. Different power band going on there, compared to the 900 which has the low end torque characteristics you are going to need for your weight. Good luck deciding. Let us know!

      about 1 month ago
    • Ian Mann
      Ian Mann In reply to TheBlitz667

      +TheBlitz667
      I own a vulcan s and its a fantastic machine .I'm 5ft9 so its a good fit for me . you might want to try one out with pegs extended and seat back ...That said the 900 looks great and its probably what i would have gone for if they sold them in the uk...

      about 2 months ago
    • TheBlitz667
      TheBlitz667 In reply to TheBlitz667

      +Rodrigo Lomonaco That is exactly what I am affraid of, lookung like a bear on the scooter :D Until I sit on it, I can't know for sure, so that is what I'll do

      about 2 months ago
    • Rodrigo Lomonaco
      Rodrigo Lomonaco In reply to TheBlitz667

      vulcan S has that ergo fit but you're pretty high up on that size range and it is definitely a mid-size looking bike so you might indeed end up looking like a bear riding a scooter.
      can't you take one out for a ride? or at least sit on one and ask a friend to take some pictures

      about 2 months ago
    • Dixie Normous
      Dixie Normous

      Great video Sean. That's a great style/color combination for a factory bike. Plus way cheaper and more reliable than a Harley.

      about 2 months ago
    • Craig Oldsen
      Craig Oldsen

      I bought a cherry 2009 900 Classic LT with 3752 miles on the clock two years ago. It had over 16,000 miles on it when I put it on the battery tender for the winter of 2018-19. It had a Mustang seat on it when I bought it.....most of them end up with one eventually. The only thing I've done to it is change oil and replace worn tires. We have a 2018 H-D Tri Glide Ultra, too, as the wife is not comfortable on two wheels. We put 5000 miles on it this year, but to me the Vulcan is a more comfortable ride. They are a GREAT bike!

      about 2 months ago
    • Santiago Rodriguez Guillen
      Santiago Rodriguez Guillen

      I would loved to buy it, but I bought a 1500

      about 2 months ago
    • Wade Clarke
      Wade Clarke

      I’m a big, heavy, tall guy who started riding not long ago. I bought this exact model as my first bike and I love it! Been riding it for a couple of years and everything you say is true, a big looking bike that feels light, and has plenty of power. Purrs beautifully at 55mph...an all round great cruiser.

      about 2 months ago
    • green goblin
      green goblin

      I own a 2014 Vulcan 900 custom took it on a 2,000 mile trip it never missed a beat , GREAT BIKE . 👍👍

      about 2 months ago
    • shameless o'shea
      shameless o'shea

      nice bike

      about 2 months ago
    • Mr. Solitude
      Mr. Solitude

      It's been years since that I rode one, but I'm now remembering looking at its tach and noticing that its red line landed somewhere around 7300-7500. Somewhat higher than many cruisers. Maybe a current owner can verify that. If that's the case, her engine's built to ride at higher revs than many cruisers.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nona Ubiz
      Nona Ubiz

      I used to swear AT my old HD because it kept breaking down, but now I swear BY Kawis. I've had many over the years and can testify as to their reliability/dependability. I recently put 5k miles on my 2008 Kawi Vulcan Classic LT and had absolutely NO problems whatsoever. It easily pulled my wife, me, and a few weeks worth of gear up the Rocky's and even though it was late September/early October and cold, windy, and a lot of rain it gave us a great ride the entire time. Whoever buys this bike, you will NOT regret it. NO doubt that Sean has it for sale at a fair price as well.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nona Ubiz
      Nona Ubiz In reply to Nona Ubiz

      +Jeff Ruebens Ever since Yammie Douche crashed a SECOND awesome Triumph Daytona in less than a year, almost killing someone, and then e-begged for money for HIM and not so much as an apology to the driver he almost killed with his absolute stupidity. The reliability of bikes changes all the time depending on who paid for it and who looked at the data, and what they were actually looking at when they did. Harley is always one of the worst for reliability; most break downs needing expensive repairs etc. Forty or Fifty years ago we used to call Yamaha...Yamahahahaha, because we would laugh at the poor fool that would buy those garbage (back then) bikes, they certainly have come a long way. Honda almost always places at the top of the list, however and Kawis are always somewhere near the top. What is your Master's in? Mine is in microbiology, research thesis was with air-borne pathogens. I had a year of 'prob and stats' myself. Ride safe.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jeff Ruebens
      Jeff Ruebens In reply to Nona Ubiz

      Check out the Yammie Noob 2 videos covering Consumer Reports magazine survey results for reliability for motorcycles. 1 to 5 in order from more reliable to less reliable are Yamaha, Honda, Suzuki, Kawasaki, then Harley-Davidson. They do not break it down for each model like cars, because they use real statistics (instead of dishonest misleading crap like JD Power ads) and the science lets you know when the sample size is big enough for more details that are significant (note that I have a masters degree in a science, and took a 'sadistics' class) so I know what is scientifically accurate and what is dishonest and misleading better than some crappy marketing.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jesus Ramos
      Jesus Ramos

      When the gloves coming out?

      about 2 months ago
    • Zachary Genc
      Zachary Genc

      You just sold me on this bike I was debating between the Vulcan and the V-Star, but everything you just said is exactly what I’m looking for!!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • Jim Bennett
      Jim Bennett In reply to Zachary Genc

      I've owned both the Vulcan 900 and my current V Star 1300 Tourer. The V Star makes About 73hp, the Vulcanabout 50hp. The Vulcan is lighter but not as comfortable. Overall either is a good choice. If you are going to buy from Sean at SRK check out the V Stars he has too. I think he had two last time i looked. But if The Vulcan is more your style you won't be at all disappointed. It's a great bike.
      BTW, I would take either one of those bikes over the Heritage that I had. There is a lot less maintenance involved in these two than any Harley I've ever owned. ( and I've had 11 of those over the years).

      about 2 months ago
    • rubensantana91
      rubensantana91 In reply to Zachary Genc

      It's a great bike man. Check out the pipes I have on mine 👍

      about 2 months ago
    • Johnny Sotelo
      Johnny Sotelo

      Gorgeous bike love that color combo!

      about 2 months ago
    • Barry Bamb
      Barry Bamb

      No air conditioning? Pass

      about 2 months ago