The Aprilia Dorsoduro shares it’s name with an area of Venice, which once again reminds me why Italian is such a beautiful language. Should a similar machine developed from the world of Supermoto racing ever be built in the UK, I’m not sure calling it ‘The Gorbals’ or ‘The Moss S...
Click to read: KTM 950 Adventure owners reviews, KTM 950 Adventure specs and to see the KTM 950 Adventure image gallery.Made by the house of Austrian madmen otherwise known as KTM and using top-spec components, the 950 Adventure is incredibly capable of covering vast distances.Wi...
, sporty FZ6. The naked bike also sports excellent solid mirrors, which are positioned perfectly for maximum rear vision. Heading to the rear, I also like the chunky contours of the tank leading back to the nicely exposed frame rails under the seat
and excellent for weaving through London's mayhem.The suspension works well on the road but the forks do struggle if you go anywhere near a racetrack. Moaning aside, this is still a good handling, easy to live with bike and mega cheap to buy.
and shelter are limited in the paddock (hence no BSB here yet) but the café is excellent.Anglesey also has a superb website (angleseycircuit.com), but the best thing is the track surface – grippy and wide. It’s also very consistent with no sections
attention so I have to give 10/10 for excellent anchors front and rear. I ventured down a few green lanes but neither the bike or me enjoyed the challenge so I'd say this one is happiest on the Queen's highway.Overall the riding experience, like the styling
reliable and more refined than Harleys ever will be, but that's not really what this class of bike is all about.VerdictExcellent price and good ride quality mostly out-weighed by cheap finish and lack of any real character. Bikes like this are as much about
of a hard seat from some of my colleagues, I suffered no discomfort.For a big twin the engine feels very smooth. The throttle response is excellent in all areas to keep things safe, particularly on wet, greasy roads. There is an enjoyable raspy
things can get tricky. Around town it's brilliant though, as the combination of a great riding position and excellent brake feel inspires confidence.KTM’s philosophy of always having fun when you’re riding shines through on this bike as even at fifty, I
Tecs; the S gets Conti Sports. An excellent ABS system is also available, but I wouldn't bother if you're mainly into sporty riding.Suspension on both bikes comes via 43mm telescopic forks, not the bulky Telelever system. The rear suspension is also conventional
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