A cruiser motorcycle is a sub-category of motorcycles designed for daily riding for riders who don’t care much for speed, sound, and modifications. A cruiser is known for its riding position with the feet stretched forward, the handlebars slightly lifted, and the spine erect. During the 1930s, North American companies such as Harley-Davidson, Indian, Henderson, and others, peaked in sales because of the dependability and ease of riding. In the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, companies from oversees started to sell their own competitive motorcycles—growing the market close to 60% on foreign sales.
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