for now2003 Road Star XV1700 introduced in USA only, based on 1600. Possible but unconfirmed European debut, late 2004. Expect Wild Star name to stay
and grand is that? The most famous motorcycle marque in the world is still a family business - and the main man bought me a beer! Bill explained the V-Rod came out of Harley's shelved superbike race project VR1000 of 10 years ago and of the need to broaden
of torque and mean good looks make the Hammer a real alternative to the best H-D have to offer.Victory Hammer SpecsTYPE - MUSCLE CRUISER PRODUCTION DATE - 2005 PRICE NEW - £12,595 ENGINE CAPACITY - 1634cc POWER - 89bhp@4500rpm TORQUE - 110lb.ft@2500rpm
in 883 and 1200cc capacities and the giant 1584cc (96 cubic inch) cruiser engine. The latter is what we're testing here, the same motor powering the four model families.The engine has been given a thorough revision with an all-new drive-train featuring a
should provide stable, predictable handling, while a chunky 150-section rear tyre gives the RS that all-important big bike look.Prices and availability are yet to be announced, although we'd estimate the bike will retail for around £6,000.
will be entered into a free prize draw for a Harley-Davidson CVO Springer motorcycle worth almost £20,000.The recently launched XL883 Iron will take centre stage among the Sportster family. With a price tag of just £5,375 - it's a cheap way to get into the Harley
individuality in the cruiser sector. It's certainly the Bavarian firm's best looking and handling cruiser to date and as it is a BMW you can be assured it will run forever.BMW R1200C Montauk SpecsTYPE - CRUISERPRODUCTION DATE - 2003PRICE NEW - £9495ENGINE
a perfect blue and the sun beats down on what is a truly wonderful stretch of road.Unsurprisingly, the new Thunderbird is no canyon-carver – it weighs 308kg dry and feels every one of them, boasts a substantial 1615mm between its contact patches
I haven't ridden any Harleys for along time, so I thought I'd get a few in over the coming weeks to put some miles on them and see what they're all about. First up is the £15k+ Rocker C from the Softail range. At that price, it better be good.
Victory have kindly leant us a Victory Hammer S and I've been riding it this week. I'd ridden one last year but only briefly and it left a great impression. I was racing a guy on a Z1000 through London and was so impressed with the ease at which you
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