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Since the introduction of the Yamaha Road Star Warrior in 2002 it has been my bike of choice. It has everything a rider could ask for. Looks, muscle, and performance. This makes it stand out from the rest of the crowd.
The only thing missing to complete this great combination was the Wide Rear Tire. So with the help of one of the most talented aluminum fabricator/welder on the planet. And various other talented and dedicated people. The Wide Tire Kit project was launched.
And the rest is history!
The 102-cubic inch 2009 Yamaha Midnight Warrior is built for riders who can't quite commit to cruiser or sportbike. The five-time AMA ProStar Hot Rod Cruiser class drag racing champ offers impressive performance, stunning lines and special black appearance - a perfect foundation for your custom touches.
Being introduced to the North American market, the warrior is a new generation of cruisers, combining the soul of a sport bike with the looks and flavor of a cruiser. With it's all aluminum frame and the high tech components, such as upside down fork and sport type dual disc brake, the bike bridges the gap between traditional cruisers and more sporty road machines.
Project leader Tatsuya Watanabe: "We liked the idea of using Road Star's big v-twin to give cruisers a new flavor. Many riders told us they had a strong preference for performance. We engineers immediately had an affinity to these needs. What we envisioned was a bike you could ride easily but still enjoy its performance."
Watanabe and his men increased the performance of the big V twin by 40% and at the same time reduced the weight by 40 kg comparing to Road Star XV 1600. Watanabe explains how the decision to use an aluminum frame for a cruiser came about: "As we were thinking to reduce weight, the suggestion of an aluminum frame came up almost as a joke at first. But after a few days of studying, members of the development team were convinced "Hey, this will really work".