European media outlets are riding the new 500cc Honda range a bit before we get to here in The States. MCN’s first with this video review. The publication is known for its dedication to focussed sportsbikes, but here seems totally … Continued
Since its launch in August, we’ve ridden the Honda NC700X on both street and track and come away impressed with its jack-of-all-trades ability. At just $7,499 and averaging 64mpg, it’s one of the most practical, economical bikes there is. Not … Continued
A few times a year, some buddies of mine do a Riverside to Vegas off-road ride. Due to a few mechanical issues, the guys only made it as far as Ridegcrest this year, but they sent me copious notes and … Continued
So you live in Japan and you’re on a license restricting you to 250cc, max. Do you go the economical route and get the cheaper, more frugal CBR250R or do you go the performance route and buy the more expensive, … Continued
To make the Honda Gold Wing F6B, the company simply knocked some weight off its flagship tourer and pared down the bodywork to make it look meaner. The result is more than the sum of those parts though. Bagger? Cruiser? … Continued
I’m down in San Diego today, getting the first ride on the new Honda Gold Wing F6B. You can follow me live via my Instagram photos, embedded below.
“The best thing is that the CRF250L makes a first impression on the rider that ‘I can ride it anywhere!’” Explains Munehiro Sugimoto, Honda R&D’s Assistant Chief Engineer. “External design supplements function. If the CRF250L’s overall form evokes an image … Continued