more power and speed, and more generous storage and generous seating. It plugs a gap in Honda's line-up: that of a stylish mid-sized scooter, slotting in neatly between the rather dumpy-looking SH300i and the bigger, slicker Silver Wing 400 and 600
Click to read: Suzuki GSX-R750 owners reviews, specs and image galleries.The perfect sized sports bike according to many – including our own James Whitham. Modern 1,000s can be intimidating with their colossal power and 600s, while easy to chuck about, just don’t have the grunt n...
single has been squeezed up the rev-range in the hunt for more power.I can understand why this new model is called a CBR250R: in the Far-Eastern markets, where 125cc bikes are normal and 150cc bikes are growing in popularity, the CBR250R sits at he top
drives me mad above all, it's traffic lights. They are the bane of my life. How many sets of lights do I go through in 16 miles? Fifty-flippin'-two. My average speed must be about 5mph!With all that stopping, braking became an issue. Riding from Gatwick
Click to read: Suzuki GSX1400 owners reviews, Suzuki GSX1400 specs and to see the Suzuki GSX1400 image gallery.Back in the days when wearing Brut 33 was considered foreplay, real men rode bikes like these. Retro bikes from the 1990s cashed in on naked nostalgia with a raft of ma...
IT can’t be easy to style a motorcycle. Unlike cars, wreathed in body panels and free to come in all shapes and sizes, the shape of a bike is largely defined by technical demands.Whether it’s the size of the wheels, the angle of the forks, the position of the engine or the slant ...
. The Bridgestone 012s have the unenviable job of taming the 145bhp that goes through that rear tyre, but they do a top job.The high silica compound meant that as long as I exercised puritanical control over my right wrist, the tyres would look after me and not tip
WHEN it comes to scooters we're miles off the European way of thinking: scooters, especially maxi-scooters, rule.Over here in the UK, we just don't get it. Scooters are for: delivering pizza or getting 16-year olds to work on time.So it's no surprise that the launch of Yamaha's n...
as he ponders over the possibility of adding one of these to his collection."I've done long touring trips on bikes - to Verona for an opera on a Speed Triple - but generally I just use them to plonk around town and to go down to the Top Gear studio
-rider friendly too...Continue the Honda Hornet 600 Buyer GuideHonda Hornet 600 Specifications1998Engine 599cc, liquid cooled, DOHC, 16-valve inline four Power 95bhp @ 12,000rpm Top speed 140mphTorque 46lb.ft @ 9,500rpm Dry weight 179kg Seat height 790mm Fuel
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