Author Archive for Motorcycle Maniac
Most BMW motorcycles are sleek, luxurious rides that look almost as though they came from the future, but the 2012 F800R defies this image with a bare bones, sporty look that sets it apart from the German lineup.
Triumph has a pretty varied lineup of motorcycles, as its sport bikes can easily blend in with the crowd, while its cruisers are designed to be eye-catching hot rods that preserve a more traditional image of two-wheeled transportation.
2012 BMW K1600GTL – The Right Mix Of Comfort And Power CycleWorld chose the K1600GTL as the best touring bike to come out in 2012, and I’m inclined to agree. This motorcycle is stylish and comfortable, offering all the luxury you’d expect from a BMW vehicle. The K1600GTL and its sibling, the K1600GT, were both [...]
Ducati is known for producing fast, powerful bikes, and the Monster 796 certainly lives up to these standards.
California-based motorcycle company Zero produces nothing but electric bikes. The company makes street bikes and dirt bikes, as well as a one dual-sport option, which was revamped for 2012.
There are plenty of touring bikes out there, but few can compare to Harley-Davidson’s offerings, especially the 2011 H-D Road Glide Ultra.
Yamaha released the 2012 Super Tenere in Europe long before the bike came stateside, but it made its American debut over the summer.
Last year, MV Agusta introduced the Brutale 675 to its lineup in an effort to regain some steam and popularity in the motorsports community.
When British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph debuted the America cruiser, its name raised some suspicion, but the bike otherwise went relatively unnoticed for the past decade.