Heading out into the middle of nowhere is one of the best things you can do on a bike. It also exposes you to extreme weather and, often, extreme danger. This is the gear Dainese’s made to handle both.
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.
10 days. 2,952 miles. 3 states. Countless climates and geographic regions. 1 motorcycle. With such a limited amount of space, packing for a trip like this can be quite difficult, especially if you plan to camp along the way. Add … 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
Yamaha’s cruiser brand, Star Motorcycles, is releasing a new bike at the end of month with its sights set directly on America’s best selling motorcycle, the Harley-Davidson Sportster. By pairing Sportester-esq styling with Japanese-quality components, they may have a real … Continued
The $1,400 AGV Pista GP helmet, developed specifically for Valentino Rossi, doesn’t go on-sale until this fall, but you can win one, for free, right now. RevZilla is giving its first Pista away to one very lucky customer and, if … Continued