Equipped with a new carbon fiber compound in the sidewalls, Dunlop claims its new Q3 sport tire features improved sidewall rigidity. And, with a tread pattern based on that of the D211 GP-A race tire, improved wet weather performance over … Continued
I love my Harley-Davidson. But, thanks to poor customer service and an attitude problem at every dealer I’ve visited, it’ll be my last. Here’s why.
The 2013 Suzuki Hayabusa has been updated with new Brembo Monobloc radial brake calipers and Anti-Lock Brakes. Can such a minor change keep it relevant in 2013?
Retro style and an extremely affordable price. Can the new Biltwell Gringo really work as a real motorcycle helmet?
Protecting your ribs, torso, back, hips and coccyx has traditionally required bulky, sweaty, constrictive foam and plastic body armor. The new Dainese Manis back protector and Dainese Norsorex vest and shorts promise more ventilation and greater freedom of movement in … Continued
You already know the Yamaha FZ-09 weighs a lot less, costs a lot less and makes a little more power than the FZ8 it replaces. Here’s some of the other big advances.
Skater/photographer Arto Saari is headed for Alaska aboard a Moto Guzzi California 1400, camping along the way. You can follow his photos live right here.
Jamie’s adventure aboard a KTM 990 in snowy Colorado finished season two for RideApart TV. In its first year, we produced 26 10-minute-or-so episodes, here they all are, starting from the beginning. Look for an announcement about the show’s next … Continued
You know the typical cruiser compromise: riding one means you achieve a certain image, a certain experience, but at the expense of everything else that makes riding a motorcycle so fun and so practical. But, what if we were to … Continued
Know what’s awesome? Motorcycles. Know what’s not awesome? Trying to research or shop for one online. RideApart wants to fix that. We want to have a conversation about bikes with today’s consumer in the same way we talk about gadgets … Continued
With RideApart, you can now research your next motorcycle purchase by comparing bikes side-by-side through in-depth specs. Here’s how that works.