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Category : Feature Bike

Taking Midsize Adventure Seriously

KTM’s long-awaited 790 Adventure bikes hit the sweet spot between smaller dual-sport bikes and larger adventure bikes. Story by: Costa Mouzouris Photos by: Mike Emery KTM is best known for its single-cylinder dirt bikes and for its larger, V-twin-powered road-oriented…

No Comments / 233 View / October 2, 2019

Flying Low

Kawasaki’s new supercharged hypersport tourer hits the highway Story by Jamie Elvidge Photos by: Don Williams Even at a standstill, Kawasaki’s new supercharged Ninjas, the H2 SX and especially its sparkly green sibling, the SX SE (Special Edition), draw lively…

No Comments / 197 View / July 4, 2018

Pseudo-Adventure in a Supersport Package

If you find sport bikes uncomfortable but still want the thrill of speed and acceleration, this just might be the bike for you Story by Costa Mouzouris KTM’s latest 1290 Super Adventure S is fittingly named, since it’s the adventure…

No Comments / 439 View / July 4, 2018

Retro Rocket

Kawasaki’s all-new Z900RS offers a welcome trip down memory lane Story by Jamie Elvidge Photos by: Don Williams Bell-bottoms and disco weren’t the only cool things happening in the ’70s. Steve McQueen was still making movies and café racers were…

1 Comment / 633 View / June 6, 2018

BSA Gold Star

It’s Elemental

Seeing a vintage BSA Gold Star motocross bike in competition led to the discovery and modification of this off-road racer Story by Greg Williams Photos by: Amee Reehal As important as earth is in supporting life, for plenty of motorcyclists,…

No Comments / 198 View / December 13, 2016

1967 Ducati MR348

Café Canadiano

Suffering from a serious case of neglect, this little 1967 Ducati 350 Sebring received a new lease on life thanks to its owner, and maybe a few shots of espresso. Story by Greg Williams Photos by Kurtis Kristianson/spindrift photography Caffeinated-beverage…

3 Comments / 428 View / May 11, 2016

Brough Superior review

The Legend Returns

A renaissance for histories most exclusive marque Story by Alan Cathcart Photos by Kyoichi Nakamura The freezer section of motorcycling’s history store is stacked high with defunct brands from all our two-wheeled yesterdays. Just once in a while, though, one…

2 Comments / 744 View / November 1, 2015

custom 1970 BSA A65

East Coast Sleeper

After receiving more than just a restoration, this BSA is a wolf in sheep’s clothing Story by Greg Williams Photos by Ed Boulter Things aren’t quite what they seem here. This gleaming, finely restored 1970 BSA A65 might look like…

No Comments / 1525 View / November 1, 2015

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