Yamaha V-Star 650 Custom

by Marsha
(Maynardville, TN)

Marsha & Her Girl (needs a name)

Marsha & Her Girl (needs a name)

When I got to the motorcycle class I was paired up with an Eliminator 250, I liked the bike and it felt good in tight turns, but I hated the seat and something just didn't feel like "me"...

After visiting every bike dealer in the area and sitting on every bike (big & small, new & used) - I would always come back to the v-star. They are beautiful bikes, with a short placement (for ladies like me with no height) and it looks & feels like a big bike.

No matter what you pick, feel good about the bike and you can learn anything together.

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May 30, 2010
Lady V-Star Custom Owner
by: Ann

My V-Star replaced my first bike (a Suzuki Savage) and I LOVE this bike! You're right...it fits my 5'3 1/2" frame but feels and sounds like a big bike! We're planning on riding some roads in eastern TN and western NC this July, including the Dragon. Interested in knowing whether or not you've ridden that, and if so, how you liked it. Hope you're still enjoying your bike!

Aug 14, 2009
by: Anonymous

Right on ! Hope you have all kinds of fun with beaut! Happy riding

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