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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MV Agusta’s Turismo Veloce 800 may seem like slightly different styled version of the Stradale 800 but this couldn’t actually be further from the truth, with the Turismo Veloce … Read More
Call me biased – and my last two bikes have been triples – but there’s something very special to me about a triple-cylinder, they are just different in a … Read More
The V-Strom first appeared in 2002 and was immediately popular due to the reputation of the 1000cc V-twin engine derived from the TL and SV family as well as the … Read More