I personally try to blend in.... Yeah and I'm a fookin' duck. Meow meow meow meow meow meowHmmm......this was written/published/posted on July 8, 2018! the last line is " It’s got character, it’s got style, and it stands out, all of which are things that riders are actively looking for. It’s an easy pick, and we don’t see the Vulcan 750 disappearing off the road any time soon.
interesting, considering the Kawasaki Vulcan 750 had, at that time, been out of production for 12 years!
yes, all in all, it's a great write up and all true. way cool find LP. thank you for sharing it. :smiley_th:rockon:
A 1984 Virago 750 was my first new bike! I had a lot of fun on it and even brought it back when I graduated college.I almost didn't wind up with a Vulcan 750. I started out in 1993 to buy a Yamaha Virago 750, but found a new Vulcan 750 for $500 less, which was a big deal to me in 1993. The Virago 750 and 1100 are both also very comfortable bikes for long rides.