+1, what she saiddejablu110 said:Well seeing how I own neither.....this same question has been asked regarding a raider vs warrior. What is it you are looking for? Comfort or power? Handling....are going to hit up some twisties or a lot of long hauls? If you want power and performance handling Is say warrior....a warrior you tend to sit on, where as a stryker you almost become part of the bike. Strykers are very comfortable and would be more suited for the comfort and long haul side. Warrior is a performance bike.
+1, I agree with all your points. They Stryker sure does fit the bill.kingofleon said:I never rode a warrior, however a good bike for me must first be comfortable. It isnt any fun riding if you hurt. Second its got to have at least a 150 mile range. Its a pain in the ass always looking for a gas station. Also definately has to look good and the stryker looks fast just sitting there. Its gonna be down on power from a warrior but liquyid cooled is a nice feature as is fuel injection. If you need more juice its always a good time adding aftermarket goodies.
Never thought about it like that... very true...MY said:Dejablu got it right. Warrior and Raider are bikes you ride on, the Stryker is a bike that you become. It's almost a Zen thing going on. You and the Stryker morph into one and it almost feels like the bike moves with you. The same way your brain tells your arm to move, the Stryker moves with you. Ya I know to deep, but sometimes when I'm riding its almost becomes a religious experience. ;D