8 Smallest V-Twin Engine Motorcycles Beginners Will Enjoy

Yamaha V-Star 250

First on your list should be the Yamaha V-Star 250 if you're a beginner but don't want a single. It is a small cruiser with a displacement of 249 cc, weighing only 324 pounds, with a low seat height of 27 inches.

H-D Street 500

The Street 500 and 750 were designed with a worldwide market in mind, particularly in Southeast Asia, where these kinds of bikes are regarded as luxury vehicles. 

Suzuki V-Strom 650

Almost everyone will advise you against purchasing an adventure touring motorbike when you're just starting out since they need a chassis designed to support the rider

Moto Guzzi V7

Here's an interesting option for you if you'd rather use your first motorcycle as a street bike than a cruiser: the Moto Guzzi V7.

Honda Shadow

Since 1983, Honda has marketed the Shadow, which has had numerous displacements. The 745 cc Shadow with the liquid-cooled V-twin engine is the one that matters in this case. 

Suzuki Boulevard C50T

The Boulevard is most known for its large 1800 cc model, but its smaller sibling, the C50T, is a mid-sized V-twin with an 805 cc (50 cubic inch) displacement with an incredibly flexible torque band

Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Classic

Even though the seat height is somewhat low, the Vulcan is one of the true heavyweights in our group at 620 LBS, thus it's not for the weak-willed among us.

Ducati Monster

When the Ducati Monster's current model was introduced two years ago, its weight was reduced and its engine was designed to produce more torque for city riding