2005 Yamaha V Max from United States of America
A True Legend
Back brakes froze up, and required me to get a new caliper and back brakes.
Front brakes make a noise.
New battery needed.
Seat gets uncomfortable after a little more than half hour of riding.
Everything on my bike is stock and I love it that way.
I rarely hit v boost, and when I do it is just for a second or so, because it is just nuts when you enter it. You really do feel like you are time warping back when you hit it.
I mainly use it as a boulevard cruiser.
Most people don't know what the bike is, and need to ask because you just don't see many on the road.
I don't care if it's not popular, I love it. I owned one before in 2000 and had to sell it because of money problems, and I always regretted it, and had to buy another new one. I called every dealer in Vegas and I found only one dealer with a new one in stock. When I sat on it, I knew it would be mine again. Four years later, I love it as much as ever.
Would you buy another motorcycle from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th June, 2008