Tinted Wind Screen, Vance & Hines Pipes, Saddlemen Bags and Passenger Backrest!
We know what you're thinking. Is the Warrior a cruiser or a sportbike? The answer is yes. Yes, that's a pushrod, air-cooled, fuel injected, 102 cubic inch (1670cc) V-twin -- that'll blow your socks clean off. And yes, that's a lightweight aluminum frame with a 41mm inverted fork, monoblock brake calipers and sticky performance tires on three-spoke alloy wheels supporting this welterweight Road Star. You'll appreciate the Warrior's superior power-to-weight ratio when you dump the clutch and that 200-section rear tire hooks up. The 2004 Warrior sports revised rider and passenger foot peg location, new handlebar design and an all-new 2-piece seat that's wider and flatter for increased rider and passenger comfort. We're talkin' bout a revolution here. The sound and fury of the gnarliest twin we've ever built is housed in a vessel designed to stop and turn like a sportbike. Can you guess why the Warrior was Motorcyclist Magazine's Cruiser of the Year for `02? Simply put, "It stops and turns and soaks up the bumps better than anything else in cruiserdom." Total performance. Total Warrior. Road Star Warrior®. MSRP: $11,999* (Solid Color) $12,099 (Two-Tone Color)