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
Here, some guy from Yorkshire talks you through the 2013 Ducati Multistrada 1200 after spending a week riding it around Spain. This is my go-to bike for sport riding on the road, but what does Jamie think?
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
As you can see here we’ve just been to the track to test the new 2013 Honda CBR600RR. As part of that test, we also took notes on how our gear performed. While the street is our primary focus at … Continued