Star Motorcycles chose its flagship power cruiser as the first bike to be featured in the Star Custom Line, adding custom paint, wheels, seat and more to the 2012 Raider SCL. Find out more in our 2012 Star Raider SCL First Ride article.
- Star's flagship power cruiser, the Raider, has been bestowed the honors of being the first motorcycle in the company's Star Custom Line.
- Star teamed up with Performance Machine to make the custom 5-spoke wheel and matching pulley.
- The Raider SCL's blazing orange paint with metal flake makes sure it sticks out in a crowd.
- The power of the Star Raider SCL is undeniable as the 1854cc mill put out 107 lb-ft of torque on our dyno last year at only 2200 rpm.
- Its torque-filled 113 cubic-inch, 48-degree pushrod V-Twin is one of the Raider SCL's best features.
- The Raider SCL corners confidently and hugs the road well until you run out of lean angle and the peg feelers begin to grind.
- Lettin' the hammer down on the 2012 Star Raider SCL.
- The Raider SCL in all its glory. It is the first full blown factory custom to roll off the Star Motorcycles assembly line.
- The Raider SCL handles much better than you'd expect from a motorcycle that boasts 39 degrees of rake angle.
- Custom paint. Check. Custom wheels. Check. New seat. Check. Custom pulley, chrome belt guard, and a hologram in the tank badge. Meet the 2012 Raider SCL.
- A metal SCL badge with a hologram indicating its production number lets riders know that 2012 Star Raider SCL exclusivity is limited to 500.
- The Raider SCL has arm-stretching acceleration thanks to the immediately available torque.
- The front fender of the Raider SCL is chopped down, lathered in metal flake paint, and topped off with clean pinstripes.
- The brown leather seat of the Raider SCL complements the orange paint well.
- The newest pony on the farm boasts over 84 ponies. Giddyup!!