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2010 Star Stratoliner Deluxe Photo Gallery

We take a ride on Star Motorcycles newest bagger, the 2010 Stratoliner Deluxe, during a 350-mile, two-day test run through the ranges of Southern California. Read the full report in our 2010 Star Stratoliner Deluxe First Ride.

A big, bold fairing and streamlined hard saddlebags set the Stratoliner Deluxe apart from the previous incarnations.
The pillars of the Westin Mission Hills serve as a scenic backdrop for the neo-classic styling of the 2010 Stratoliner Deluxe.
Jeff Palhegyi Design shows what can be done to the Stratoliner Deluxe with a little customizing creativity.
The winding roads to Palm Springs gave us plenty of opportunities to sample the chassis and hanlding of the Stratoliner Deluxe.
Dual 298mm discs up front and a mondo 320mm disc on the back give the Strat ample stopping power.
The audio controls for the iPod are mounted above the control housing on the left handlebar and are easily thumb-operated.
The 1854cc powerplant at the heart of the 2010 Stratoliner Deluxe is definitely one of its strong points.
The Art Deco styling of the Stratoliner is a natural fit for the neo-modernist rich Palm Springs.
Big wheels keep on turnin' as I'm rollin' down the highway.
The bags on the Stratoliner Deluxe are longer and wider than the standard Strat and hold a combined 13.7 gallons.
The big dial of the analog speedo complements the classic styling of the 2010 Stratoliner Deluxe.
Plug and play. Music on long hauls is always a bonus! iPod is making a killing getting all these manufacturers to make bikes that are compatible.
On roads like this riding a motorcycle like the 2010 Stratoliner Deluxe, you wish the day would never end.
Big sweepers are no problem for the sorted chassis of the Stratoliner Deluxe.
No ABS - no problem. The dual 298mm discs on the Strat Deluxe are up to the task without the help of no-stinkin' ABS.
I bet the powerful engine of the Stratoliner Deluxe could pull the glider behind it fast enough to launch!
A custom Strat featuring the JPD fairing lowers.