The Yamaha WR250R now competes in the suddenly popular dual-sport segment. It’s smaller than the DR-Z400S, much more expensive than the CRF250L and much higher spec than the KLX250S.
Mechanically identical to the new CBR500R, the Honda CB500F ditches the fairing a clip-ons for arguably more practical flat bars and drops $500 from the list price. Just as good?
For novice riders, a 600cc+ sport bike is simply too much. For American tastes, a 250 is often too small. Could this new Honda CBR500R be just right? We think so.
Back in England, “Grom” is slang for an unruly kid. The 2014 Honda Grom, known in other markets as the MSX125, is essentially a 21st century take on the monkey bike. For just $2,999, you get a fun little bike … Continued
Every motorcycle manufacturer would like to sell more bikes. So Honda is going down a route to actively try and encourage novice riders into the motorcycle world with the launch of its Honda CTX700 range. But are low prices, automatic … Continued
Take the traditional streetfighter formula — no fairing, upright bars — and apply it to one of the fastest, most technologically advanced superbikes ever made — the Aprilia RSV4. What do you get? This Aprilia Tuono V4R. This thing is … Continued
You dont need to own a motorcycle — or even a helmet — in order to earn a motorcycle license. In fact, it’s better to learn to ride before buying a bike. You’ll find out if motorcycling is for you. … Continued