like the new Speed Four could be our saviours. Fun, on road, furious on track, but without the associated and inflated costs.In all honesty, initially I thought the Speed Four looked like something Ainsley Harriot had made on Ready Steady Cook
I remember the first time I saw my dad wearing jeans. He just looked wrong. Dad's from a generation of slack-wearers, not denim, and him in Levi's finest looked as out of place as a Casio watch in a Ben-Hur film.But progress and the passing of time
the translation for 'any road' is 'multistrada'. Sounds catchy doesn't it, (if not a little familiar). If space was any tighter I could wrap this test up now by saying the Versys is a Japanese Multistrada.At first glance, from head-on, the headlight looks like
Build quality and value for money are the calling cards of the 2007 Victorys. And there are four new models to savour too: the Kingpin Tour, the sport-orientated Hammer-S and the Arlen & Cory Ness Signature series Jackpots.Heart of the matter is Victory's glorious 100/6 Freedom m...
on the balls of your feet.The digital clocks look tiny at first but you soon adjust to the size and layout. You can also select from eight different levels of backlight brightness to illuminate the dash with a clinical white glowThe riding experience is a mix
Carolina, heading for the famously twisty and spectacular Blue Ridge Parkway. The Yam's kicked-out steering geometry and almost 300 kilos (fuelled-up) meant it needed a fair bit of effort in tight turns. But once onto the main road, the Star was very stable
same reason. Because despite the cripplingly uncomfortable riding position, the 1000S is simply stunning to look at.I've ridden just about every new bike made in the last five years and can confidently say this latest SportClassic is the most
Nostalgia is a powerful thing. There is no way half the crap that's sold on eBay would have been shifted if it wasn't for someone, somewhere, remembering their youth. And the bike world is no different.There is currently a revival in the retro bike market, or at least for modern ...
calipers seen on the original FZS Fazer but curiously replaced on previous FZ6s with less-effective sliding pin calipers. ABS is now an option too, but not on the bike tested here.The half-faired Fazer S2's riding position is slightly different with a
cheap, light, good-looking cruiser with a famous name on the tank aimed at riders who want to kick back and enjoy the experience without busting the bank.Which is where, for me, the 883 range is a let down. I find nothing pleasant about riding an 883
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