Is this motorbike too big?
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The Big Skinny.
The violence is astounding.
The heavyweight middleweight.
QUEBEC CITY—This motorcycle is one of the biggest in the world. It’s also one of the most expensive. Nobody would be happy if I piled it off a cliff into the Atlantic Ocean. Good thing it’s got traction control then – and I hunched forward and twisted the grip a little further on the bar….
Faster than you in every conceivable way
Heart of a lion.
Back in Beast Mode
Review by Robert Rath All-new last year, the Suzuki V-Strom 1000 packs a 99-hp/76 lb-ft, 1,037 V-twin in a 228 kg soft-road ready adventure bike. Available in ABS and non-ABS models, the V-Strom includes multi-stage traction control and a host of touring features including a DC power outlet and three-position adjustable windscreen. Key Specs Engine:…
Little bikes are awesome. Small, nimble, agile – these were the founding ethos of motorcycling. The concept of small, affordable and simple transport is a cornerstone the entire motorcycling industry; at the other end: speed and performance. So it stands to reason that a mix of these seminal concepts would ignite the minds of motorcycle…
Fits like a glove. A gorgeous, Italian leather glove.
Full-size bike, bite-size engine.
Composed. Capable. Tame.
Honda’s all-new 2015 NM4 (New Motorcycle) debuted at the Osaka Motor Show in early 2014. Shortly after that it was unveiled at Comic Con in London, which shouldn’t come as a surprise given the styling was inspired by the 1980s Manga serial comic Akira and looks like something out of a futuristic Batman cartoon. Named…
A host of small changes result in one big improvement
Sit up, don’t slow down.
Neither the presence nor the persona of the 2014 Honda CTX 1300 may exude the overwhelming excitement or passion of its “Look at me!” contemporaries, however it does whatever is asked of it, efficiently and without drama or consequence.
I sat astride the 2014 Suzuki V-Strom 650 at the top of a large hill, eyeing my teammates training on the pitch below. I was late, I was wet, and I was cold. The hill was a quagmire, streams of mud and water slid down it as I watched, shivering. A rain storm had caught…
Latest Dark Custom brings a new kind of Harley to light.
Had the Strada edition not been created, I’m not sure the idea of embarking on a long distance journey with a Ducati Diavel would have ever crossed anybody’s mind.
Honda’s newest CBR is a forgiving and capable bike that will satisfy novices and comfort-conscious sportbike lovers alike.
Yamaha’s newest roadster is easy, pint-sized fun.