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.
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
When BMW introduced its midsize sports tourer the F800ST in 2006 it immediately sparked a debate amongst owners and aficionados as to what exactly it was. Some felt there was too much emphasis on sport and too little on its … Continued
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
For three years Suzuki has carried a big hole in its cruiser tourer line-up after quietly dropping the venerable but aging Boulevard 1500 in 2009. The 800cc C50 is too small, the 1800cc M109 too big, so is this brand-new, … Continued