logo on the headlight cowl however has its roots firmly set in the Spanish scooter and 125cc market, but in all Derbi have got the styling nailed on the Mulhacen. Although that's achieved not without a few practical sacrifices.Firstly the seat has more
adopt a Paul Smart-esque race crouch that is, and slide back in the seat, rest your chin on the tank and get right under that monstrous slice of retro perspex.Click here for the Ducati Sport 1000S review page 2 of 2.
and would only recommend one to a dedicated Harley dreamer. The America, however, is different.For a start the Triumph feels substantial, not spindly like the Harley, and sitting on the sculpted rider's seat you feel like you're on a 'proper' cruiser, not a
.The STT is actually a very nice bike to ride. Like other Buells it feels tiny and the riding position has the feel of being perched above the bike, but this suits the supermoto style. The seat, combined with the low pegs, make it easily comfortable enough
bike market last year.Tamburini's genius is in his eye for detail, so it's appropriate that this MV has been finished to an even higher level than its predecessors. From the reworked ducts in the fairing, via the red suede seat cover to the beautifully
They say: "Like a surfer on a wave, we make each ride our own" KawasakiWe say: "Look at me mum! I'm doing a launch" John HoganThe Versys is an important bike for Kawasaki in terms of capitalising on the success of the ER-6 and increasing its share of the sizeable European market...
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...
Ducati's evergreen favourite, the Monster had been around for seven years when - in Y2K - the S4 was launched.This was a much-needed shot in the arm for the Monster family, which by this time had been overtaken by the opposition, such as the TL1000S-engined Cagiva Raptor.Out went...
'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
NEW - N/A ENGINE CAPACITY - 998cc POWER - 130bhp@9500rpm TORQUE - 74lb.ft@7250rpm WEIGHT - 181kg SEAT HEIGHT - N/A FUEL CAPACITY - N/A TOP SPEED - N/A 0-60 - n/a TANK RANGE - N/A
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