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2009 Yamaha/Star Vmax Road Test

Star Vmax action right

Rider Magazine
October 14, 2008

photography by Riles & Nelson Aha! Now I get it. Just before the unveiling of the 2009 Yamaha/Star Vmax on the deck of the U.S.S. Midway, we listened to a riveting account of how aircraft were launched from the now-decommissioned carrier. A steam-powered catapult helped propel each plane from 0-170... Read more »

2008 Star Road Star Silverado Road Test

The Road Star has a light, agile feel for a cruiser, but lacks cornering clearance in turns.

Bill Stermer
July 9, 2008

[This review of the 2008 Star Road Star Silverado was originally published in the August 2008 issue of Rider] Since its introduction in 1999, Yamaha’s (now the Star Motorcycles division of Yamaha) air-cooled, big-inch V-twin Road Star has been tremendously popular. Over the years this cruiser has... Read more »

2008 Honda VTX1300T, Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic LT, Suzuki Boulevard C50T, Star V Star 1100 Silverado Motorcycle Comparison

Windscreens, backrests, bags and V-twins: Beyond that, they’re all different.

Bill Stermer
July 8, 2008

[this middleweight touring cruiser comparison review features the 2008 Honda VTX1300T, 2008 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic LT, 2008 Star V Star 1100 Silverado and 2008 Suzuki Boulevard C50T, and was originally published in the May 2008 issue of Rider] You’re a cruiser rider, and you like to travel,... Read more »

2008 Star Motorcycles Raider Road Test

The 2008 Star Raider

Bill Stermer
March 10, 2008

Ride on down to your local custom hangout on any given weekend and peruse the metric cruisers assembled there. Do a quick count of the number of each brand represented, and there’s a good chance that half or more will be from the Star Motorcycles division of Yamaha. Now check out any magazine that... Read more »

STAR Days Rally 2003

STAR is a family organization that rides together and has a STAR Kids division.

PAUL GARSON
December 1, 2003

When you think of Utah, which of its famous places do you think of first? A lot of people will conjure up the Bonneville Salt Flats and streamliners streaking after the land speed record. Or maybe visions of Mt. Zion National Park and its spectacular rock formations. Perhaps Salt Lake City and the Olympics.... Read more »

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