Sporting a 687cc fuel-injected V-Twin engine capable of 62 horsepower, the 2011 ATK 700 is considered an entry level cruiser model. Read more about the bike in our 2011 ATK 700 Cruiser First Ride.
- The ATK 700 sources a 687cc fuel-injected V-Twin with a 90 degree cylinder angle for a smooth and mellow ride.
- The 66-inch wheel base gives the bike great road feel, and the suspension holds up fairly well under braking.
- The 2011 ATK 700 is capable of nearly 60 mpg, allowing it to travel more than 200 miles on a single tank.
- At a claimed 530 lb curb weight, the ATK is fairly balanced between highway riding and low speed maneuvering.
- Out on the open highway the ATK has great torque capability, and runs cleanly throughout each gear thanks to its fuel injection.
- Although it's labeled as an entry level cruiser many will find that the ATK 700 meets or exceeds expectations.
- Built by S&T Motors in Korea, the 2011 ATK 700 offers riders the chance to carve memories throughout American canyons by bringing affordability to the entry level market.
- With a claimed 62 horsepower the ATK always delived slightly more than expected, and offered our contributor the chance to sit back and enjoy the cruiser experience.
- 2011 ATK 700
- Overall the bike maintains the cruiser style through flare of the fenders, exhaust and tank.
- The tank mounted instrument panel is designed well and has great contrast, especially at night.
- The overall fit and feel of the ATK 700 works great, and the rear projection head lamp helps give the bike a solid cruiser profile.