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YAMAHA Road Star Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 38
First production year: 1999
 

2013 - 2014

The 2013 Road Star Silverado S is all about a complete touring solution for those who are in search of a bike with zero-compromise classic looks and still sporting all the necessary prerequisites for an overnight road tripe or even a longer journey. A mid-sized windscreen, auxiliary lights for turning the night into day , full-size floorboards, hard case saddlebags and of course, plenty of chrom...




 

2013 - 2014

The 2014 Yamaha Road Star S is the kind of classic cruiser which appeals to both new and seasoned riders, males and females, alike: it boasts a timeless design which harks back to the golden age of motorcycle history, even though the technology has come a long way since then. With generous seats and a massive fuel tank with slammed instrumentation, huge dual exhausts and a timeless hardtail look...




 

2012 - 2013

So, you're looking for a big, beastly bagger but are not that keen to get a H-D just like everybody. Good, because there are still nifty cruisers around, and the 2012 Road Star Silverado S is one of them: great old-school chromed-out looks, with generous ergonomics and an attitude to match your touring dreams. The 2012 Road Star Silverado S comes loaded with all the touring accessories n...




 

2012 - 2013

Looking for a big, powerful bobber with hard tail looks, loaded with chrome parts and a long wheelbase to recreate the old-school bikes? The 2012 Yamaha Road Star S is there for you: moved around by a modern 1670cc V-twin engine with top-notch fuel injection making sure the accelerations are precise and strong, in the city or on the highway, Premium adjustable suspension makes riding smoothe...




 

2011 - 2012

Have you reached that period of your life when a large cruiser is the only bike which seems to fit the bill and make you happy? That's great, because Yamaha has something in store for your: the 2012 MY Road Star Silverado S, a massive and fearsome bagger to carry you and your better half beyond the state line and the horizon. The 2012 MY Road Star Silverado S comes loaded with all the to...




 

2011 - 2012

The 2012 MY Yamaha Road Star S is a big, powerful bobber with hardtail looks, loaded with chrome parts and a long wheelbase to recreate the old-school bikes. However, “old” is only the looks: this bike comes with a modern 1670cc V-twin engine with top-notch fuel injection making sure the accelerations are precise and strong, in the city or on the highway, and the premium adjustable suspension m...




 

2010 - 2011

The 2011 MY Road Star Silverado S carries on the proven successful recipe which blends road worthiness with comfort and the luxurious trim, for yet another generation of bikes which looks stupendous and ride like a dream. The Road Star Silverado S's 1670cc injected air-cooled v-twin is a strong puller, with low-end torque to spare and plenty of passing power in the upper revs for blazing fa...




 

2010 - 2011

If you're looking for a really mean cruiser with a fat front end to inspire awe and respect, then it's the 2011 MY Road Star S you should bee checking out. This 1670cc v-twin cruiser packs plenty of character for the discerning rider, with a beefy front wheel matched by an equally impressive chromed out headlight, deeply valanced fenders and perfectly-integrated cast wheels. Being a...




 

2009 - 2010

The 2010 Road Star Silverado brings in the usual eye-catching trim for this Yamaha 1670cc air-cooled v-twin cruiser, comprising studded seats for both rider and passenger, a matching studded pillion backrest and leather saddlebags. Rider and passenger floorboards are also standard, just like the tall windscreen and its massive chromed-out mounting plate. For both rides in your domestic area o...




 

2009 - 2010

The Silverado S trim introduces both extra functionality and luxury to the already sizzling hot 2010 MY Road Star. Built to ride well and turn heads, the 2010 MY Road Star Silverado S packs locking and detachable, color-matched hard saddlebags, passing lights, a bevy of heavily-chromed parts and accessories, such as the breather cover, windscreen mount, forks and more. The 4.7 US gal tank is ...




 

2009 - 2010

Just like in previous model years, the S trim of the Road Star introduces even more sparkle in the shape of killer graphics on the tank and rear fender, even more chrome, now extending to the forks, switchgear, and masters, adding more visual impact to this bike's presence. On the tech side, the S is identical to its standard sibling, with the same injected 1670cc air-cooled v-twin and b...




 

2009 - 2010

Though not the biggest Yamaha cruiser out there, the 2010 MY Road Star incorporates huge character and styling which will leave everyone impressed. This air-cooled, chromed-out 1670cc v-twin arrives with classic style elements, such as dual bullet exhausts, a giant chrome headlight. polished fork shrouds, valanced fenders and rider floorboards. The classic details are complemented by modern e...




 

2008 - 2009

The Road Star Silverado S retains its spectacular luxurious looks for the 2009 model year, introducing a new level of exquisite detail to the 1670cc cruiser. The S trim means color-matching hard saddlebags, passing lights and even richer chrome details. Passenger floorboards are now stock equipment , as well, adding to the comfort of the ride, while the lacquer silver paint brings even more spar...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2009 MY Road Star Silverado packs together the road worthiness of an 1670cc air-cooled, injected v-twin cruiser with the sleek shapes of a bike engineered to turn heads. And since we're dealing with a Silverado model, glossy paint and studs are on the menu as well. Studs adorn both seats, the passenger backrest and the leather saddlebags, while chrome extends to the massive windscreen l...




 

2008 - 2009

The S trim of the 2009 MY Road Star introduces awesome road worthiness, plenty of chrome fr a classic, stylish look, while retaining all the vibe of the stock bike. With the new fuel injection system, the 1670 v-twin starts more easily, regardless of the cold morning weather or altitude, while twisting the throttle produces an instant cascade of rewarding grunt, with plenty of passing power and ...




 

2008 - 2009

The 2009 MY Road Star boasts the basic big-bore nerve packed into a shape that's both enthralling and inviting. A true classic, the 1670cc air-cooled v-twin is loaded in a hard tail-looks steel frame, which cleverly hides the high-performance rear damper and provides exceptional rigidity for sharp handling. The precise fuel injection system provides the rider with crisp acceleration, while...




 

2007 - 2008

The S suffix introduces a more classic attire to the 2008 MY Road Star Silverado, with changed aesthetics and a lot of character for the discerning rider. For starters, you'll notice the beefy front tire, adding a more massive look to the bike's front end. The studs on the seats and passenger backrest are gone, leaving the leather in plain sight, while the hard cases have also gotten a...




 

2007 - 2008

A step down in displacement from the Silverado, the 2008 MY Road Star Silverado packs the same huge amount of kick-ass classic styling, backed by Yamaha's traditional craftsmanship. The Road Star Silverado is powered by a 1670cc air-cooled v-twin, with the engine receiving an all-new fuel injection system for the new season for better efficiency and crisper, more precise acceleration. Ad...




 

2007 - 2008

The 2008 MY Road Star S receives an all-new electronic fuel injection system aimed at taking performance and throttling precision to the next level. A bike with strong classic looks and plenty of old-school styling, the Road Star S comes with a belt drive, a manual 5-speed transmission, liberal use of chrome, a hard tail-like design and a timeless heel-toe shifter above the full-sized floorboard...




 

2006 - 2007

There is no better-equipped Road Star than a Road Star Midnight Silverado, and the 2006 model year is proving this assertion time and again. The rich trims of the Silverado series and the black gloss of the Midnight shake hands for a bike that's ready to roll and ready to impress at the same time. Powerful, mercilessly stylish and perfect for both city slicing and touring, the 2006 Road ...




 

2006 - 2007

Sober, impeccable, glossy and sleek, the 2006 Road Star Midnight brings more elegance to the road game. Built with the same care for details like all the other Star bikes out there, this Midnight cruiser packs plenty of classic styling, with flowing fenders and a beefy front wheel. Cast rims bring in a bit of present-day DNA, but they are intelligently incorporated into the whole picture. The...




 

2006 - 2007

Knowing that many riders are exceptionally aware of the livery their bikes come in, Yamaha adds a Silverado variation to its 2006 Road Star line-up. The platform is identical, and the new machine relies on the same proven 1670cc air-cooled v-twin with a 5-speed transmission and belt drive. However, the 2006 Road Star Silverado packs a generous windscreen with a huge chromed mount, leather saddle...




 

2006 - 2007

The 2006 Road Star accounts for all the basic cruiser needs of the discerning rider: classic styling harking back to the bikes of yore, with deeply valanced fenders and hardtail looks, ample bars, a huge headlight, the bulbous thank with the instrument console on its top, rider floorboards and a heel-toe shifter. underneath the classic looks, a modern 1670cc v-twin pumps out a huge torque and...




 

2005 - 2006

Having the Silverado and the Midnight trim in the same package may sound overkill for some, but the reality shows us just how cool such a bike is in fact. IS and not WOULD BE, because the 2005 Road Star Midnight Silverado is a real bike, and you might see it pass you on any day. Loaded with all the brawn and might of the basic Road Star bikes, this top-drawer cruiser brings forth the studded sea...




 

2005 - 2006

It's sleek, it's black and it's Midnight: the 2005 gloss black edition of the Road Star is proudly showing off its updated styling and is readier than ever to turn heads. Blacked-out engine parts are complemented by rich chrome accents which encompass fork tubes, bars, headlight casing and of course, the dual shotgun exhaust system. Loaded with tons of character, the 2005 Road ...




 

2005 - 2006

The Silverado trim introduces luxurious styling, with studs adorning the seats, saddlebags and passenger backrest and complementing the shine of the chromed parts and engine. White-walled tires shoe the cast wheels wrapped under fluid, deeply valanced fenders,a dding a heftier dash of retro DNA to the build. Add in befy fork covers and a generous windscreen for enhanced riding comfort, full f...




 

2005 - 2006

Slightly smaller than the Roadliner machines, the 2005 Road Star is still in the cruiser upper class in Star's line-up for the year. This model received an ignition switch-integrated fork lock, dual underseat helmet holders, extra wide front brake and clutch levers, an electric fuel pump, and a factory-installed passing lamp relay for easy accessory passing light installation. For weeken...




 

2004 - 2005

The 2004 Road Star Tour Deluxe packs plenty of punch for effortless hauls with a passenger and a fully-loaded bike. Its 1294cc carbureted v-twin delivers 98 horsies and 120Nm of torque and the 5-speed overdrive gearbox is an excellent way to transfer all this grunt to the ground. Air-adjustable suspensions and top-drawer ergonomics offer a comfy ride which will make you want to spend more and mo...




 

2004 - 2005

A fully-loaded cruiser with a hefty dose of luxury about it, the 2004 Road Star Silverado receives even more accents to show off its noble character. Rich, lustrous paint and liberal use of chrome in pretty much all the places which could get a shiny coating, beefy whitewalled tires, soft leather bags for overnight trips, rubber inserts for the full rider floorboards, a mid0sized windshield and ...




 

2004 - 2005

The 2004 Road Star is the basic big-bore cruiser in Yamaha's current line-up, proudly showing off its classic styling backed with modern technology which makes it more dependable and road-worthy. 2004 brings in new laced wheels shod with whitewalls, a nifty complement to the two-tone pearl white / raven graphics. Packing 1,670cc of brawny v-twin displacement and geared to deliver huge am...




 

2003 - 2004

Powered by the chunky 1670cc v-twin engine, the 2003 Road Star Silverado has become a reference model in the big-bore cruiser world. Not the biggest of all these machines, but packing power and low-end torque on tap, this machine comes with redesigned seats, a revised valve train, camshaft, rocker arms and a new air intake, with multiple other tweaks making the ride better than it was before. ...




 

2003 - 2004

The 2003 Road Star is the basic cruiser guise, sporting no unnecessary bling, yet looking as good as ever. The bobber stance is beautifully accentuated by the beefy front wheel and the low handlebars which reach back to the rider, and together with the forward controls, provide a comfortable long-range position riders will just love. The ample, retro fenders are contrasted by the modern cast ...




 

2002 - 2003

Sometimes dubbed the "boulevard bruiser", the 2002 Road Star is a purist cruiser, powered by a mighty 1602cc v-twin, with an OHV pushrod architecture and air-cooled, mated to a belt-driven 5-speed wide ration transmission for a broad power deployment in various scenarios. There are plenty of classic elements about the 2002 Road Star, from the leather saddlebags to the rich chrome ac...




 

2002 - 2003

The 2002 Yamaha Road Star Silverado Silver Edition boasts several luxury add-ons which make it an even more coveted bike. A 2003 model year limited edition machine, the Silverado retains the full classic attire of the base version, with pushrod-actuation, air-cooling, plenty of chrome and lots of studs, color-matched hardcases, generous auxiliary lights, laced rims and white wall tires.




 

2002 - 2003

The 2002 Yamaha Road Star Silverado is the perfect excuse to leave everything behind and ride into the sunset. Classically styled and with power and torque on tap, this machine boasts a solid retro attire, with a belt final drive, pushrods and air cooling. The engine is obviously, carbureted, but the throttle position sensors are present for a more accurate operation. Timeless leather saddleb...




 

1999 - 2000

The 1999 Road Star MM Limited Edition embodies the spirit of old-school American cruisers, but is still built with modern technologies. If you favor classic looks but are not willing to stray from the present-day engineering and updated ergonomics, then a bike like the 1999 Road Star MM Limited Edition may be the right choice for you. Being a rare find, the 1999 Road Star MM Limited Edition i...




 

1999 - 2000

The 1999 Road Star is the base upon the Silverado was built. The bike packs a powerful and torquey 1602cc air-cooled v-twin engine mated to a manual, wide-ratio 5-speed transmission and hassle-free belt final drive. Beefy tires and even chunkier dual bullet-style exhausts add more style to this already cool cruiser. The engine runs smooth thanks to the new throttle position sensor (TPS), and ...




 

1999 - 2000

Nothing else except the ride seems to count when you're aboard the 1999 Road Star Silverado. A mighty cruiser engineered to provide the rider with both comfort and a thrilling experience, the 1999 Road Star Silverado packs 1602cc of pure, air-cooled v-twin nerve, mated to a transmission which makes uphill rides in the mountains as effortless as the high-speed highway hauls. Add in the s...