Nakedbikes to hit the streets in 2019
EICMA is the world’s biggest showcase of new motorcycles. Now in its 76th year, more than 1000 exhibitors from 156 countries have revealed new motorcycles from every market sector.
Norton’s new adventures
Norton has announced two versions of its off-road-oriented Atlas for release in 2019.
Adventure bikes in 2019
Small gets big in the dirt-road touring market
Kwikli - Electric moped ride-sharing scheme kicks off in Auckland
Electric scooters have taken Auckland by storm, and now electric mopeds are hitting the streets.
The hot new sportsbikes and sports-tourers of 2019
The EICMA Motorcycle Show in Milan, Italy, is the world’s biggest showcase of new motorcycles. Now in its 76th year, more than 1000 exhibitors from 156 countries have revealed new motorcycles from every market sector. Not long ago 200bhp was the domain of MotoGP racers. At
Motorcycle model to look out for in 2019
AMCN’s international super-sleuth Ben Purvis chooses the five most significant motorcycles revealed in 2018
AMCN’s 2018 highlights
We don’t just process the news at AMCN, we scour, dig and deliver the unfolding story of all-things motorcycling as land when it happens. Here are some highlights of 2018 as told by our correspondents from Australia and around the world. The world’s most expensive Vincent A
One-on-one with Jeremy Sims
AMCN sat down with "Wayne" movie director, Jeremy Sims, after its premiere at the Melbourne Film Festival How did the premiere go? What’s been the reaction? It’s gone very well. There have been two main reactions – the hardcore bike fans get to see everything they want
TRIUMPH’S ULTIMATE DESERT RACER!
2019 Triumph 1200 Scrambler is the real deal!
DUCATI’S RANGE-TOPPING NEW PANIGALE V4 R
Spectacular is the word to describe Ducati’s range-topping new Panigale V4 R, just unveiled ahead of the official opening of the Milan EICMA expo. As well as winglets, which add as much as 30kg of downforce at 270km/h, the model that carries Ducati’s hopes in WorldSBK and AS
Husky’s road-going retro adventure bike?!
Husqvarna adopts KTM’s new twin
Ural goes electric
Russian sidecar manufacturer Ural has developed an electric prototype with the help of Californian firm ICG and engineering support from electric specialists Zero Motorcycles. The powertrain, including the batteries, motor and electronic controls, comes strai