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Saving the Best ‘Til Last

“Created to provide quintessential performance.” That’s Ducati’s proclaimed axiom behind the development of this bike, and after riding it, I reckon its engineers have hit the bull’s eye Photos by: Milagro/Thomas Maccabelli & Rudy Carezzevoli It’s become a bit of…

No Comments / 115 View / July 5, 2017

Joe Rocket Jacket copy

Mannered Menace

Working without a safety net Story by Marcus Martellacci Photos by Chris Finley For the Video Review visit our YouTube Channel at MotorcycleMojoMag We’re encountering a renaissance of sorts in the sport standard segment at the moment: a return to…

No Comments / 167 View / July 5, 2017


Big Things, Small Package

Repurposing the Ninja 300 powerplant into a competent adventure-type bike proves to be a resounding success Story by Jamie Elvidge Photos by: Kevin Wing Eating dirt is underrated, especially in the case of adventure riding. The fact my teeth are…

1 Comment / 410 View / July 5, 2017

2017 Yamaha R6 Line

An Evolution Long Overdue

While others are scaling back 600 cc supersport production, Yamaha is ramping its up Story by Costa Mouzouris Photos by: Brian J. Nelson There was a time not that long ago when 600 cc supersport motorcycles were the pinnacle of…

No Comments / 222 View / June 7, 2017

2017 KTM 1090 Adventure R

A Competent Big Trailie for the Road

Off-road specialist KTM bridges a gap in its lineup and proves that a big trailie can also be a competent canyon carver Story by Costa Mouzouris Photos by: Adam Booth Let’s face it, most adventure-bike riders use their bikes for…

No Comments / 498 View / June 7, 2017

Honda Rebel

Looking for a Rebellious Generation

After a decades-long run, a staple in Honda’s lineup gets a makeover Story by Glenn Roberts Photos by: Kevin Wing The Honda Rebel is one of those bikes that have had an unusually long production run, and for good reason….

No Comments / 437 View / June 7, 2017


Ante Up

Suzuki returns as a major player in the litre bike battles Story by Costa Mouzouris The mid-range power delivery on the GSX-R1000R feels almost docile, until I look down at the speedo just before braking for Phillip Island’s Turn 1…

No Comments / 218 View / May 15, 2017


In the Company of Others

Limited displacement now requires few concessions Story by Costa Mouzouris Photos by Kevin Wing and BMW One important element new riders must deal with when buying their first motorcycle is their budget, especially after having already dealt with the costs…

2 Comments / 752 View / April 12, 2017

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