Click to read: Suzuki SV650 owners reviews, Suzuki SV650 specs and to see the Suzuki SV650 image gallery.Suzuki's SV650 isn't the sort of bike you get really excited about - it's not raunchy and sexy enough to do that. But it still has stacks of virtues to make it well worth cons...
, until now, studiously ignored me daily, almost leapt off his bike when he saw me riding up the road astride my Beemer. Every day I see at least a couple of BMW riders and one or all has thrown me a nod or a cheery wave.As soon as I saw the new Xmoto I
seemingly-dead crocodile, Kawasaki came to life with an evil snap of its jaws in late 2002. The result was this. The tiny, track-focused 636cc engined ZX-6R was nothing like its large road-orientated predecessor. And it's superb, incredibly fast with race
Click to view: Yamaha Fazer 600 owners reviews, specs and image galleries.Fazer. It’s a daft name but a brilliant bike. It was the first machine which showed cheap didn’t have to mean nasty and that a versatile bike could be fast and fun too – all for a sensible price. Yamaha’s ...
Click to view: Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird owners reviews, Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird specs and to see the Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird image gallery.Newest is best, right? Not so in the hyper sports class. Honda’s Super Blackbird scythed its way to the top spot in 19...
sport bikes; they’re all pretty obvious. But ‘streetfighters’ do not fight in the streets. Originally they were crash damaged sports bikes put back on the road with high bars and minimal bodywork so they are born of violent events on the road
Click to read: Kawasaki Z750 owners reviews, Kawasaki Z750 specs and to see the Kawasaki Z750 image gallery.No-one knows bikes like the people who buy them and ride them. That’s why in the Buyer Guide we speak to as many owners as possible to get the real life nitty-gritty detail...
’s excellent for multi-lane mile-munching, it’s brilliant on sweeping biking roads, even tight ones, and will comfortably handle the odd unmade track. Possible downsides are the weight, the anonymous looks and the 21.5litre tank with a disappointing 150-mile
, it rides better and it’s got a better spec too. Not forgetting to mention the fact it offers much better value fo r money that its nemesis. If I was in the market for a bike to tackle big miles on, with realistic off-road capabilities, then I wouldn
rivers, slid and slithered sideways at 70mph on some very unmade roads and generally had a spectacular laugh. And the GS? Coped with the lot. Yes, it's big but keep it balanced and its weight drives the tyres hard into the loose ground, finding the grip
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