The future is definitely bright for KTM if the recently launched Super Duke is a taster of what it has planned in the street and sportsbike market. With refreshing honesty the usually straight-faced Austrians admit that motorcycling has an element of danger, but this can add to t...
modifications to standard machines, so Ducati pulled out all the stops to homologate a competitive bike for their Stateside campaign.Neil's US career is now off to a strong start, so with the road going version of his bike now available in the UK I paid a visit
They say: "A perfect blend of incredible performance and the sheer pleasure of riding" Moto GuzziWe say: "I'll be the judge of that" Niall MackenzieMoto Guzzi has never been a marque I've associated with race tracks so I wasn't sure what to expect
've ridden one, as it's unquestionably a special bike.It may have the size and shape of a behemoth but looks are deceiving as this bike has some of the best manners I've encountered on a road bike to date. Firstly it has a low seat height, which makes
paddock as I tried to put a Kit Kat and a packet of cheese and onion crisps in my rucksack.All self inflicted, I hear you say, except maybe the falling over one, which was definitely due to this particular Bee Emm being the tallest road bike I've ever sat
Apart from winning the grin of the month award, having two motocross launches in two weeks gave me a great opportunity to compare two of the fastest moto-crossers ever built, the Suzuki RM-Z450 and the Honda CRF450R.CRF450RThe Honda hasn't changed radically for '05, but the press...
friendlier sibling the RM-Z250. But if I were racing I'd want an RM-Z450, as I'm sure 2005 will see it collect silverware in abundance.2005 Suzuki RM-Z450TYPE - OFF-ROAD PRODUCTION DATE - 2005 PRICE NEW - £4999 ENGINE CAPACITY - 450cc POWER - N/A TORQUE - N
themselves as the manufacturer with the best supersports bike for the road and the racetrack. The lack of mid-range punch was always evident when comparing the current CBR with the competition, but saving weight and increasing torque have gone hand
.Striking looks, stunning performance and technology never seen before on a road bike are just three of the boxes ticked by the new Ducati 1098. Like the original 916 and Yamaha R1 this bike has just moved superbikes for the road into new territory
be just as good. The discs are now 10mm smaller in diameter, thinner and squeezed by six pot calipers.Like the brakes on the new 1098 Ducati, it's the instant braking connection that's most noticeable from any other road bike to date. I found the best
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