The 2012 Yamaha Roadliner is well appointed with chrome. Switchgear, front brake cylinders, clutch master cylinders and levers, belt guard, fork and fork covers, handlebar clamps, shifter, front pulley cover, various engine covers, and rear fender stay, all feature gleaming chrome. The bike has a distinctive look that’s both retro and modern, thanks to its neo-streamline design. The Roadliner has a long and low aluminum frame that further enhances its impressive looks, while helping to facilitate handling that’s unlike anything you’d expect from a full-size cruiser. Ride comfort is enhanced by floating floorboards, while the bike’s sculpted seat helps decrease the amount of effort required to operate the Roadliner. Long range riding comfort. Visibility is also great, thanks to position beams housed within the main headlights. The left thumb operates the high beam switch and there is a driving light switch that can be operated by the right thumb. The 2012 Yamaha Roadliner has classic clock-style instrumentation that further enhances its retro looks. Instrumentation consists of an analog speedometer, tachometer, and fuel gauge with twin trip meters and an odometer. The bike’s bright multi-reflector headlights, LED taillight, and amber turn signals behind clear lenses lend the Roadliner a custom look. If you’re looking for a powerful modern cruiser that’s styled like a classic American road machine, the 2012 Yamaha Roadliner may well be worth looking into. With its big, bold engine, lightweight aluminum frame, and impressive styling, the 2012 Roadliner has got performance, power, and chrome-plated style in abundance. It’s an ideal bike for riders who want to cruise in comfort and style, while having a good time reaching their destination.