Harley-Davidson Low Rider
Its name might conjure images of Hopper and Fonda, ground-scraping Impalas or perhaps trick bicycles ridden by Mexicans and Southern Californians, but the Low Rider has also deeply embedded roots in Milwaukee. Back in 1977 Harley-Davidson launched its interpretation of t
Indian Chief Classic
Here’s one Indian to recommend without reservation In the A to Z of motorcycles, somewhere between Aprilia and Zündapp, sits the near 100-year-old American Indian brand. Recently reinvigorated and well priced in the marketplace, the 1811cc Chief Classic is a striped-down cr
MV Agusta Brutale 800 Dragster
Fiercely torquey and wildly beautiful, MV Agusta’s Brutale Dragster is all that
Ducati XDiavel Australian Launch
While I work on my full test report, debriefing my brain and delving into the specifications and technical details of the bike, here are 10 interesting facts about the XDiavel.
The newest addition to the H-D Sportster line-up uses the same chassis and engine as the popular Forty-Eight model
IV LEAGUE FLAT PACK
Southern California’s surf coast is a long way from America’s flat trackin’ heartland
KTM- 690 DUKE ONE POT SCREAMER
The highlight of the launch was a tracksession at the Circuito de Maspalomas at Gran Canaria – the perfect place to stretch the legs of the 55kW/74Nm nakedbike.
2016 Triumph Bonneville T120
You only have to look at how many new models are coming out of their UK-based design department lately to know Triumph motorcycles are on a mission, to modernise their entire range.
Royal Enfield Classic 500 Chrome
Get back to basics with Royal Enfield’s learner-approved retro Classic
2004-2011 SUZUKI DL650 V-STROM
Suzuki’s middleweight V-Strom dual-sport could well be the motorcycle equivalent of the Swiss army knife.
When the Suzuki Katana first appeared it stopped the motorcycling world in its tracks – 35 years later the legend lives on.
MOTO GUZZI CALIFORNIA AUDACE
With the California Audace, one of the world’s oldest marques has shown it is ready to speed into the future.