5 Best Beginner Cruiser Motorcycles of 2018!

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  • Опубликовано: 11 июн 2018
  • Here are my 5 Best Beginner Cruiser Motorcycles for 2018! Below you will find links to all the bikes I mention
    Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom:
    ► www.kawasaki.com/Products/2018-Vulcan-900-Custom
    Indian Scout 60:
    ► www.indianmotorcycle.com/en-us/scout-sixty/
    Honda Shadow Phantom:
    ► powersports.honda.com/2018/shadow-phantom.aspx
    Bonneville Bobber Black:
    ► www.triumphmotorcycles.com/bikes/classics/bonneville/2018/bobber/variants/bobber-black
    Honda Rebel 500:
    ► powersports.honda.com/2018/rebel-500.aspx
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Комментарии • 425

  • NapoleonBonaparte
    NapoleonBonaparte 8 часов назад

    Hmm i wouldn't recommend a 1200 cc bike to a beginner

  • Bruce NHBeachBiker
    Bruce NHBeachBiker 7 дней назад

    1st two i totally disagree, both way too much power for a Beginner , the 750 shadow is a better choice for a newbe, the Bobber you are back to WAY too much power for a newbe, the Last one is Finally the ONLY Starter Newbe bike on your list, and you totally missed the Suzuki S40 650, it's a bit dated looking but GREAT Starter bike, and you missed the Harley Street 500cc and 750cc

  • Rodney Hirsch
    Rodney Hirsch 10 дней назад

    My daughter bought a Harley davidson street rod as a first bike. Mainly because of the dealer here in Idaho is fantastic. Is surprisingly good, very tolerant of low rpm lugging. Great suspension and plenty of power for the 80 mph speed limit here. But not cheap. Tried to by two triumph for cash but they wanted us to finance. Go figure. Daughter bought me a 2018 low rider, best handling bike I've had.

  • Buffle Puff
    Buffle Puff 12 дней назад

    The scout is my favorite bike!

    • Buffle Puff
      Buffle Puff 12 дней назад

      I'm glad you put it on your list.

    • Buffle Puff
      Buffle Puff 12 дней назад

      Thanks dan

  • far norcal
    far norcal 17 дней назад

    I learned on a 1998 vulcan 1500 classic and I'm had it for 3 years and now ready for a upgrade. Been looking at the 2007 Harley Davidson street glide, anyone have anything good to say or bad about the street glide?

  • Sree Vishnu
    Sree Vishnu 18 дней назад

    Bruh...checkout hyosung's aquila 650 pro..! Does it worth its money?

  • Garry Miller
    Garry Miller 20 дней назад

    ...beginner bikes? Most of those you mentioned are way out of that class - if you want to maintain a sane definition for the word "beginner". Maybe "fun first cruiser" would work better. Outside of the Rebel, those are all bikes for experienced or at least mature riders.

  • LinuxHurts
    LinuxHurts 23 дня назад

    Dan, great channel. Two questions, if these bikes are so great, why didn’t YOU choose one? What was your reasoning for that decision. 2nd, Harley now makes an entry-level cruiser. Why didn’t you included that in the list? I don’t care whether you do or not, but I noticed you didn’t. That would be a good follow up video to this(if you haven’t already done so, I’m new to the channel). Excellent list and thanks for including your REASONS for the choices and also other factors like height, weight and gender of some riders. Great job! ; )

  • Election Sake
    Election Sake 26 дней назад

    Honda Shadow Phantom must be the best looking bike in the list

  • DJ Chris
    DJ Chris 26 дней назад

    How is the scout 60 for someone who is 6’2”?

  • Travis moore
    Travis moore 28 дней назад

    Kawasaki Vulcan S, I own a 2018 abs se and commute everyday and take long rides it’s FANTASTIC!

  • yamaha 1100
    yamaha 1100 29 дней назад

    Oooh ya I forgot to tell u thanks for also talking about making sure u get Gear for yourself, that's very important, most guy's don't ever tell you about the gear all they do is talk about the bike, good looking out.

  • yamaha 1100
    yamaha 1100 29 дней назад

    My first bike was a vstar 1100cc 2005, I bought it in 2006 for 8k was 9k but because it was one of the ones that didn't sell they took 1k off. 5 months ago I had my first accident with a car . Car in front slammed the brakes and so did I but managed to hit the corner of the car, I was fine but the bike had a broken frame so insurance totaled it. Had 84k miles on it, loved my bike, was so good to me but i got 5k from insurance 2k for the bike and 3k for after market parts. Now i drive a 2015 Yamaha Raider 1900cc and I'm super excited and happy with my choice.

  • Mr. M
    Mr. M Месяц назад

    Hey whats up ,
    im in Germany and signed up for a class to get my liscence for a motorcycle dont have a bike yet and have only been to 3 out of the mandatory 12 theoretical classes and also haven't had any practical driving hours neither which also amount to 12 mandatory hour including 2 interstate hours (autobahn) 4 night time hours and i believe 6 hours of just a mix of country roads towns and highways
    i already got a liscence for driving a car so that's part of the reason why i only have to do 12 hours of each if i didnt already have liscence id be required to take more theoretical and practical classes .... anyways whats some things that would be important for me to learn from the get go ? once im done with my hours i can take the tests to get my liscence... itll run me bout 1300 euros gonna be paying that off .... i have questions about certain terminology like cc or 500 600 800 1200 like wtf does that mean? and whats up with "turn impulses "?

  • Xfoliant
    Xfoliant Месяц назад

    5.6 is not tall

  • Arturo Blanco
    Arturo Blanco Месяц назад

    I'm curious what you think about the Yamaha Bolt?

    • DanDanTheFireman
      DanDanTheFireman  Месяц назад

      Looks like an awesome bike, but I would get a Scout lol. I really like the Rebel 500 too. Honestly, they are all good bikes and I'd get it if it was on a good deal

  • Roger Parliman
    Roger Parliman Месяц назад

    I can not believe you recommend a 900 for a beginner? Really? The Bonnie I believe is a 1200. Now the Honda rebel 500 I can agree for sure.

  • randon cross
    randon cross Месяц назад

    My first bike was the 2018 shadow phantom. Awesome bike handles really well. Is extremely forgiving. Handles better the the vtx1800 I rode first

  • J Marciano
    J Marciano Месяц назад

    Any reasin y u didnt say vulcan 900 classic? ???i know u picked custom.....wondering wat u think if classic. ...?

  • Brian Davenport
    Brian Davenport Месяц назад

    The Kawasaki Vulcan S is definitely the best beginner bike. It is affordable, reliable, easy to ride, and has a great engine. I love mine.

  • Neil Brown
    Neil Brown Месяц назад

    All these bikes more reliable than a Harley for sure

  • Mike Horne
    Mike Horne Месяц назад

    Is Dan in AZ? A lot of the scenery looks oddly familiar.

  • Don Blake
    Don Blake Месяц назад

    Very good Video!

  • steve moriarity
    steve moriarity Месяц назад

    Used sportsters are cheap and the market is flooded with them.

  • Pat Downs
    Pat Downs Месяц назад

    ou might want to start out by defining what you mean by beginner bike. That term is too generic to mean anything. Never ridden before? Ridden years before for varying amounts of time? Chain or belt? City or highway? Forward or mid controls? Nearby dealership for maint? For example, I would not want to ride 100 miles into Atlanta to get repairs on my Triumph.

  • Biker Brian
    Biker Brian Месяц назад

    seat on the Triumph looks like butt

  • Biker Brian
    Biker Brian Месяц назад

    the Vulcan is not bad looking

  • alan norman
    alan norman 2 месяца назад

    Suzuki boulevard c50 or c90

  • Lexide
    Lexide 2 месяца назад

    Should I REALLY buy the rebel 500 first? I can afford the scout which is what I want but I have 0 XP. I drive a manual mustang and drive trucks for a living so im kinda confident I can start on a scout and never drop it. Has any other riders started riding and never dropped their bike?

  • Boulder The Fat
    Boulder The Fat 2 месяца назад

    You recommend the vulcan 900 and not the Iron 883 TF

  • Douglas Fox
    Douglas Fox 2 месяца назад

    Vulcan 900 for a Beginner? NO !! Heavy bike...get a used bike..new bikes to expensive...buy a $1500-$3000 bike...you'll get a lot ..No Harleys..overpriced junk..go Japanese..I've owned 20-23 bikes..Never stranded..Harley will leave you dead in the woods..lol

  • Hugh Maddog
    Hugh Maddog 2 месяца назад

    Cool vid. That triumph dose look super badass! But do you really consider a 1200 for a beginner?

  • Matad0rr
    Matad0rr 2 месяца назад

    what if you pulled up to a girls house in one of these?

  • lookifyouwant
    lookifyouwant 2 месяца назад

    whyd you pick the vulcan 900 over the 650???

  • Ali Taeb
    Ali Taeb 2 месяца назад

    Dude awesome video, I genuinely appreciate it, I don't know much about bikes but you helped me filter my options to only 3. Thanks again.

  • Ladosligese
    Ladosligese 2 месяца назад

    all the bikes u listed as "starter" bikes .. are all 250 k here ..

  • James Orman
    James Orman 2 месяца назад

    1. Find a bike the fits you well at the store.
    2. Find a way to test ride some bikes.
    3. Look for a bike like it used on cycle trader or other used motorcycle stores.

  • G pops
    G pops 2 месяца назад

    Pffff if ur 6ft and 220 + pounds ? Yamaha v star all day bro cheap reliable looks bad ass and very easy for beginners .

  • WINDZUP 1700
    WINDZUP 1700 2 месяца назад

    Nice video just subscribed

  • WICKEDLEE LOOPY
    WICKEDLEE LOOPY 2 месяца назад +13

    Rides a Harley , but doesn't recommend the street 500 . Speaks volumes....🙄.
    Vulcan S for the WIN.

  • Lumberjack Viking
    Lumberjack Viking 3 месяца назад +1

    Dan my dude, I like a lot of your content, but I really have to say you missed the mark big time on this one. You gotta remember who you're talking to. For example I am 19 years old and I want to start riding motorcycles. I want to start with a cruiser because that is really the only kind of bike that appeals to me personally, so I go online to start learning as much as i can about the subject and get some Ideas about what bikes might work for me, but there is just absolutely no way I could ever afford one of those bikes at this point in my life. I am looking at a budget of max $3,000 for my first bike and even that is years away. Not to mention, I am sure there are many more people in my position among the audience of this video. I am not trying to tear you down here just trying to offer some constructive criticism.

    • Neil Brown
      Neil Brown Месяц назад

      Find a good used bike I bought a Vulcan 750 for only $900 with only 3800 miles one it deal r out they're especially this time of year when it's cold and people are not riding this much

    • Thomas Hutton
      Thomas Hutton 2 месяца назад

      Lumberjack Viking yeah but you’d be looking at second hand dude. This is brand new in 2018

  • WayToo Tired
    WayToo Tired 3 месяца назад

    Too many commercials

  • steven gin
    steven gin 3 месяца назад

    What kinda helmet was that?

  • Zombie Killer
    Zombie Killer 3 месяца назад +1

    For beginners? ? Really? FAIL.

  • Carlos Lopez
    Carlos Lopez 3 месяца назад

    And what do you think about the harley street 750? Its cheaper than the sixty and looks so sexy and badass

  • Jool
    Jool 3 месяца назад

    People bitching about these listed bikes from Dan are still too expensive?
    $9,000 monthly is really cheap... If you can’t swing that then hot damn get a better job, save up longer, cancel your Netflix, stop going out to eat, stop going to the bar, buy it used instead or realize you’re not financially ready for a motorcycle and it’s cost of ownership. if you want it - you’ll get it. Stop crying.

  • DEPTHCHARGE008
    DEPTHCHARGE008 3 месяца назад

    Seriously, thanks for the information. I know like learning how to ride is like the same as riding a bicycle. You never forget, but we do get rusty and need to refresh ourselves from time to time.

  • Mohammed Osama
    Mohammed Osama 3 месяца назад

    What about honda vtx 1300 is it ok to start on it ??

  • Al Pepitone
    Al Pepitone 3 месяца назад

    Good cruiser for a beginner. I would add the Honda CTX 700 with the DCT. You have a bike easy as a scooter but has the performance of a smooth six speed transmission. Not really expensive. You have more power than the Rebel 500 and it is easier to ride.

  • St White
    St White 3 месяца назад

    I like the bars on the first bike the Kawasaki. I've got the same type bars on my sportster. And I agree with you that you get a more relaxed riding position.

  • seattlegrrlie
    seattlegrrlie 3 месяца назад

    The Harley Davidson Street 500 is about the same price as the shadow. So is the Triumph. You don't like it, say so, don't say cost when you're listing other $8-10K bikes

  • Dan Sotelo
    Dan Sotelo 3 месяца назад

    No Yamaha Bolt?

  • Colorado Sand
    Colorado Sand 3 месяца назад

    You wanted comments about cruiser bikes we prefer. I'm a beginning rider, learned on an old Suzuki after rider a scooter years before, & without a license I can't test drive them yet, but what I noticed most to make riding better for me is balance. The Rebel (300, no 500 in stock that day) is okay, but I have yet to see one better than the Scout 60. I'm 5'8" & long-legged, but it's more comfortable for these reasons: weight is more centered front to back & to the ground because of the build. I also like the fat tires. While being centered on fat tires, low to the ground & close to the controls, I can balance while sitting still.
    I'm basing my opinion also on RU-clip videos and what I hear on it, the fuel injection, & ABS brakes. I may change my opinion after I get to test drive it. I'll let you know. I do appreciate all your videos! Thank you!

  • DoomFinger511
    DoomFinger511 3 месяца назад

    What is the helmet and jacket you are wearing?

  • Nick
    Nick 4 месяца назад

    Rode a Suzuki intruder 250 for years, Such a forgiving first bike, very good nimble handling, lots of lean for a cruiser, and just enough power for 90-100 km/h, with 100 being in the high rev range.

  • Miikka Välimäki
    Miikka Välimäki 4 месяца назад

    Thank you for making this video. I am in process of getting bike driving license and am researching what bike to get. So this was very helpfull and informative video. Too bad it is fall and winter coming here in Finland where I live. So I need to wait winter pass over and spring to come before my dream of a bike can become reality.

  • Johny40Se7en
    Johny40Se7en 4 месяца назад

    If I was to get a cruiser I'd definitely get a Honda Rebel, looks like it uses the same Parallel Twin that my bike uses too, the CBR500R. Great list.

  • Flynn Aguilar
    Flynn Aguilar 4 месяца назад

    How about yamaha bolt? Or Indian bobber? Or harley iron 883 or 43?

  • AGGRO XR
    AGGRO XR 4 месяца назад

    DAN how did you leave off the Yamaha Raider ????

  • correawest
    correawest 4 месяца назад +1

    Thanks for your input!! Love your honesty!!

  • Jorge Salazar
    Jorge Salazar 4 месяца назад

    Hello. Im about to take the motorcycle safety course. I've ridden a dirt bike before a couple times. For my first bike I really been wanting the 2019 Indian scout. I do not want the sixty because I would like to have it for a while. The only thing that worries me is that if Polaris does what it did with victory. Just wondering what your thoughts are?

  • UncleChan
    UncleChan 4 месяца назад

    how about vulcan s? i thought it is decent for beginners

  • Theodore Marakas
    Theodore Marakas 4 месяца назад

    The Triumph is damn awesome. That's a gorgeous bike. The Indian is probably next but both these bikes aren't beginner bikes. Too expensive, and heavy for someone that doesn't know how to ride. The Triumph is by far the easiest and most comfy.
    Beginners have no business riding these bikes, a used and beat up 500cc Rebel would be the best move, keep it for a year to learn and then throw it off a cliff for the Triumph. Europeans know how to make bikes that are comfortable and controllable. The American cruiser type bikes are just too bulky, controls that include your legs farther than your arms and heavy. Europeans prefer the more natural sitting position, it is all about comfort, control and performance. Certainly two different schools of riding.

  • Reaper's Scribe
    Reaper's Scribe 4 месяца назад

    That’s a noice Harley

  • Gene Goodwin
    Gene Goodwin 4 месяца назад +1

    An Indian Scout for a beginner? A Triumph 1200cc for a beginner? REALLY? I have been riding since the early 1960's and I know that these are too much for a beginner. In my opinion the new Rebel is just stupid looking. Where is the Suzuki Boulevard S40? Now that is a good beginner bike! The long stroke engine makes it extremely easy to pull out from a stop without killing the engine. It has plenty of power for a beginner(and for more experienced riders, too) It is light weight, low to the ground, narrow, easy to ride. It is the perfect motorcycle for a beginner and for less than $6000. You can still find a low mileage used one for about $2000. You just can't beat the old Savage, now called Boulevard S40. I do not own one, I own a H-D Heritage, but I think the S40 should have been on your list.

    • FrancisBecka
      FrancisBecka 13 дней назад

      I have a big soft spot for the S40/Savage - it's the bike I learned to ride on. It's so narrow you can drop it (without a crash bar) and not find any damage except for scraped lever ball-ends and pegs. As for the Rebel being "Stupid looking," I personally really like it's neo-bobber, love-child-of-a-Sportster-and-a-Ducati vibe.

  • Michael Parish
    Michael Parish 4 месяца назад

    The reason you can't find a Harley cheap is because the guy who is selling it still owes 5 years on a 7 year loan and the bike used dropped $8,000 on a $23,000 dollar bike.

  • Rozlan Abd Majid
    Rozlan Abd Majid 4 месяца назад

    A beginner bike should be smaller, lighter, so easily to pick up when fell, not like the Harley hogs. Should be lighter on the wallet. Possibly maintenance free . Go Japanese. You can never go wrong.
    But custom bike is all about Americana. Years ago, they bad mouth about Japanese bikes . Bashed and burnt the bikes because Harley was in a bad shape then.American must buy Harley's although they are, heavy,slow ,not economical and not reliable. They are low tech engine .To hide their short comming , why not blame the imports ?!

  • sfbdotcom
    sfbdotcom 4 месяца назад

    Neither the Bobber Black, nor the Scout Sixty are in any way beginner bikes and the Vulcan 900 is a big and heavy beast so also not really beginner friendly. I'd agree that the Vulcan S would make a better option for beginners.

  • AG Ghost
    AG Ghost 4 месяца назад

    I got a brand new iron 883 2019 for 10k + free riders course and a 200$ helmet (Harley)

  • Fluxxx
    Fluxxx 4 месяца назад

    The only reason why i want to own a cruiser bike cuz i watched too much Sons of anarchy 😂

  • Richie the mage
    Richie the mage 5 месяцев назад

    Beginner cruisers are all 125s. Wrong title mate

  • Yisroel Balashov
    Yisroel Balashov 5 месяцев назад

    What about Yamaha SR400?

  • Paulo Calvário
    Paulo Calvário 5 месяцев назад

    Great video!!! Thank you!!!
    Just a question??? Don't look at the price 🤯 .... but your opinion to HD FatBoy 2018???? Again, abstract about the price....😖

  • Vlad B
    Vlad B 5 месяцев назад

    Nice gloves, where can i get a pair. Thanks!

  • Pablo Des
    Pablo Des 5 месяцев назад

    I was about to get a Harley Davidson Street 750 as my first motorcycle, but I think that was too much power and money. I just got my Keeway K-light 202 like 3 weeks ago and I'm loving the freedom vibe you get from riding a motorcycle. I might get a Harley in the future

    • Pablo Des
      Pablo Des 5 месяцев назад

      Please wish me the best

  • tangled Line
    tangled Line 5 месяцев назад

    Honestly you should do the 5 best beginner USED bikes. Most people that wreck new bikes end up getting them totalled, repo'd making insurance rates rise even more. I always recommended used bikes for starter bikes..even the MSF uses old Buells, Bandits and Rebels.

  • X X
    X X 5 месяцев назад

    Never ever buy new, unless your keeping for a while.
    Depreciation drops so fast.
    Low mileage bikes, a few years old are very reasonable.

  • N'th DEGREE AERIAL PERSPECTIVES
    N'th DEGREE AERIAL PERSPECTIVES 5 месяцев назад

    I friggin dig what you've done with your bike. A true MAN'S Harley and not a chromed out sissy bike!!

  • Chris K Little
    Chris K Little 5 месяцев назад +2

    I bought a Used 2005 Honda Shadow 600 VLX; low miles & Garage Kept. I'm an old rider, but haven't ridden in like 20 years. So I took a MSF riding course to get certified; well worth it. The Shadow 600 is a good size to start up again, looks cool, sounds great and will cover me for a while. But I can envision the day when I will want to trade up to a bigger one, so your review here will be handy, thanks.

  • Josh Darden
    Josh Darden 5 месяцев назад

    Just started riding a month ago, my first bike is a vulcan 900 classic, I love it , bought that was 2 years old with 6k miles for less than 6 grand

  • RONAN MENDOZA
    RONAN MENDOZA 5 месяцев назад

    Thanks for a very nice video....I'm a 58 y/o guy 5'7 height and have been on and off on a motorcycle . My first bike was a ninja 650 and the last was a versus 650.... I plan to buy and shift to a cruiser...I'm choosing between a vulcan s 650 or a vulcan 900.what so you think? Please give me an advice

  • RICICON
    RICICON 5 месяцев назад

    So wouldn't Harley Davidson street 500 & 750 @ $6,899 and $7,599 be considered a great buy and beginner bike?

  • 4StoryKB Gaming
    4StoryKB Gaming 5 месяцев назад

    "Lower priced" 😂

  • Victor Oliveira
    Victor Oliveira 5 месяцев назад

    Every bike in this list, is expencive in my country :/

  • Chris Collins
    Chris Collins 5 месяцев назад

    I have a 250 honda shadow as my first bike and 5 year's later I still got it

  • shmac96
    shmac96 6 месяцев назад

    Seriously man?! Triumph Bobber as a beginner bike?!

  • WEEJAY DaGREAT
    WEEJAY DaGREAT 6 месяцев назад

    WZUP Dan...I will be moving from San Diego to CHANDLER AZ(Labor Day weekend) and I want to purchase my first motorcycle...I have never been on one before but I want to ride on those open roads like in this video(I will be taking the class)...I believe I am considered a BIG dude 6’1” carrying some pounds with this frame...I was looking at the Iron 883 for my 1st bike...I’m not looking to go hella fast or long distances...Mainly just riding on the street....I know I need to go sit on the bikes and see what I like but I also want a good list to start with...Will ANY of those you named here fit a BIG brutha like myself...

  • Shane Griffin
    Shane Griffin 6 месяцев назад

    No Yamaha Bolt?

  • Drew Harris
    Drew Harris 6 месяцев назад

    If the Vulcan isn’t on here, I’ll be disappointed

    • Drew Harris
      Drew Harris 6 месяцев назад

      Aaaaand I spoke too soon! Awesome!

  • Dom Roach
    Dom Roach 6 месяцев назад

    The Yamaha FZ-07 is the perfect beginner bike!! I really think ppl can take there motorcycle class test on this bike! You can find them used for like $4k-6k. The only reason I grew out of mine is because I’ve always wanted a cruiser for the long rides but he you live in a place with some twisties you will love the FZ-07 for your first bike

  • Matt b
    Matt b 6 месяцев назад

    Yamaha Bolt isn’t a bad choice ladies and gents🤙🏼

  • oGenesiss FTW
    oGenesiss FTW 6 месяцев назад

    Great video!

  • Korey Williams
    Korey Williams 6 месяцев назад

    I've seen alot of beginner motorcycles but what about some cruisers for advanced riders? Something with some more oomph.

  • Fernando Graeff
    Fernando Graeff 6 месяцев назад

    What a cool gloves bro. What gloves are those?

  • Вася Темерязев
    Вася Темерязев 6 месяцев назад

    перчка

  • Dejan Brnada
    Dejan Brnada 6 месяцев назад

    Thank you for this video

  • Bubacat 1
    Bubacat 1 6 месяцев назад

    why Beginneers some of these are wonderful machines even for seasoned riders

  • Gary Blevins
    Gary Blevins 6 месяцев назад

    Very informative. I just acquired a 2009 Vulcan 900 custom LT. I've had to do some work on it due to the years that it set with gas still in the tank. I haven't rode a bike in years but I think I'll enjoy this bike more than I first thought! Thanks for you in put!

  • Zohan
    Zohan 6 месяцев назад

    Hey man! What's your opinion on the Yamaha virago 250?
    Great video ! Just subscribed

  • frogman jack
    frogman jack 6 месяцев назад

    Dan I took my msf class pass it now I wanna get the my first choice Harley sporster iron 1200 second triumph bobber