Often custom motorcycles.

Choppers and cruisers are motorcycles that generally provide a more relaxed feeling while riding. Choppers are motorcycles that are stripped of all the unnecessary bits. Also the frame gets adjusted. They most often get a wider wheel base. The wheels are places further apart from each other by using a longer front fork. Are parts added to a chopper? Then they are often custom made parts. For that exact same reason, the whole custom made part, we can’t give you an overview of seat heights.

We do can provide you an overview of seat heights of cruisers and motorcycles which are often used to build a chopper. Cruisers often remind you of choppers due to their looks and that relaxed riding style which they’ve got in common. The difference is, that cruisers do roll out of a factory. The overview below therefore contains cruisers too.

Let’s get down to business. Calling a motorcycle ‘a high bike’ is, of course, a subjective topic. But to make it all a bit easier we drew a line at 31.5 inches. All bikes below 31.5 inches are classified as ‘motorcycles with a low seat height’. Above 31.5 inches we classify the bikes as ‘motorcycles with a high seat height’. We’ve done this with a perspective from riders who are around 5′ 6″ tall.

Model Seat height Weight Power Top Speed
Ducati Diavel 30.3 in 210 kg 162 bph 250 km/h
Harley-Davidson Street 750 27.9 in 223 kg 50 bph 180 km/h
Harley-Davidson Street Rod 30.1 in 229 kg 50 bph 180 km/h
Harley-Davidson Forty-Eight 26.8 in 247 kg 66 bph 165 km/h
Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 107 26.4 in 304 kg 86 bph 170 km/h
Harley-Davidson Street Bob 26.8 in 286 kg 85.8 bph 170 km/h
Honda CMX 500 Rebel 27.2 in 190 kg 46 bph 150 km/h
Husqvarna 701 Vitpilen 32.6 in 157 kg 71 bph 185 km/h
Indian Scout Sixty 25.3 in 238 kg 78 bph 175 km/h
Kawasaki Vulcan S 27.8 in 228 kg 61 bph 200 km/h
Moto Guzzi V7 III 30.3 in 198 kg 52 bph 189 km/h
Suzuki Intruder 28.2 in 310 kg 66.6 bph 160 km/h