BONUS EXTRAS – 2011 Star Stryker

The Stryker is low and long, with a curved backbone for that cool, custom look.

For our full review of the new Star Stryker, order RoadBike’s Jan/Feb issue. Or click here to read it online.

Correction to the printed specs: The final drive, as mentioned in the main text, is a belt drive, not a chain.

Handling is confident-inspiring and comfortable.

The back version of the Stryker comes with flat black details on the exhaust, fork leg lowers, fender struts, and more.

The three colors of the Stryker each come with different graphics on the tank.

The one piece seat comes off easily with a twist of the key.

There's a tidy underseat area with just enough room for the toolkit and owner's manual.

The tank holds 4 gallons of fuel, which gives you about 160 miles between fillups.

The five-spoke cast aluminum wheels are black on the Raven and Reddish Copper models, while they are silver on the Impact Blue version.

The four digitized O's between the E and F indicate the approximate fuel level left in the tank. A little crude, but better than nothing, I guess.

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The select button is used with the right thumb and toggles through the LCD readout on the dash.

Star Accessories are already available to customize the Stryker.

There are accessories made to make the ride more comfortable, versatile and cool-looking.