Yamaha launched its Star Motorcycles brand in 1996 in order to differentiate its cruisers from the main brand, with the American market a huge area for possible growth in this … Read More
The first word to come to mind was unusual, strange and I don’t know where the hell it came from. Nimble. Bit of a funny word but as I headed … Read More
Look at this bike. Just look at it. You can hardly ignore it. Like the very best coffee, which is nothing more than a shot of boiling hot water pressed … Read More
While the Victory Vision may have only appeared in 2007 and become available in 2008 the story stretches a fair bit further back, all the way to 2000, when Victory … Read More
The Ducati Multistrada may look huge but it really is not that big. It’s tall and will make shorter riders tip-toe but the seat is adjustable from 825-845mm and … Read More
It’s not so long ago that the name Super Duke was two-wheeled shorthand for “mad”. The original 2005-model V-twin was a raw naked V-twin with a throttle like a light … Read More
With plans to travel around Australia, including the aim to encounter a lot more dirt, the time came for me to trade in my Kawasaki Versys 650 and upgrade to a … Read More
With a full test of the 2016 FJR on the way next week, we thought it was time to revisit this grand high speed tourer!
Yamaha first introduced the FJR1300 … Read More
The Indian Roadmaster is a big motorcycle. It occupies a lot of floor space when sitting still and about the same when moving. Sitting still is where we’re starting our … Read More
Doing a 3000km round trip to Phillip Island was a great opportunity to test Yamaha’s MT-09 Tracer in the twisties and the boring straight line, normally bum numbing, roads.
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