Sport Bike Reviews
When it comes to street bikes, few manufacturers stand taller than Yamaha. A long-time favorite of mine, the venerable brand recently rolled out an update of one of its most beloved bikes, the FJR1300.
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.
KTM North America, Inc. is excited to announce two new street models, the 690 Duke and the 990 Adventure Baja to the North American street market for 2013. 690 Duke KTM is excited for the return of KTM’s most popular naked bike, the 690 Duke. Whether you are a street rider, commuter or a track [...]
Last year, MV Agusta introduced the Brutale 675 to its lineup in an effort to regain some steam and popularity in the motorsports community.
Even if you’re not a bike enthusiast like myself, you’ve probably at least heard of the Kawasaki Ninja.
Ducati never ceases to impress me, and the Italian motorcycle company has done it again with its 2013 Multistrada lineup.
Electrified cars and motorcycles are becoming increasingly common, and while battery-powered cars and trucks may be a bit more popular than their two-wheeled counterparts, there’s still a market for bikes that don’t require gas.
Ducati makes some mean machines, and the 2012 Diavel Cromo is perhaps the most evil in its lineup.
The 2013 MV Agusta F3 675 is a superior machine that makes me long for the days I spent riding super-fast sport bikes at the track.
BMW motorcycles are typically pretty powerful machines, but none of the previous models can hold a candle to the latest addition to their sport bike lineup – the 2013 S1000RR HP4.