This Custom BMW R NineT Is The Perfect Steed For RoboCop
Here’s A Chance To Get Your Hands On A Pristine ‘97 Honda CBR900RR
Honda’s CBR moniker is an important one for the Japanese bikemaker and has birthed some truly game-changing motorcycles. One such motorcycle was the Honda CBR900RR, which went on sale from 1992 to 2003, serving as the base for the now-flagship CBR1000RR FireBlade. Looking for a pristine CBR900RR to bless your garage? Lucky for you, there’s one available at BringATrailer going for no reserve. Here are all of its details.
Suzuki GSX-S950 R Is A Limited Edition Riot Brewed Up To Celebrate The 2022 French MotoGP Round
There’s plenty of talk surrounding Suzuki’s abrupt exit from the MotoGP paddock at the end of this year. But this hasn’t stopped Suzuki’s French arm from introducing a limited edition variant of the GSX-S950 that celebrates MotoGP’s French Grand Prix scheduled for this weekend.
2021 - 2022 KTM 890 Duke
KTM juiced up its 790 Duke platform with a more powerful engine, beefed up electronics, and improved suspension for its 2021 release in the U.S. market. New graphics are available on this new platform that comes with a robust electronics suite to help you keep the thing dirty-side down. It rocks a price tag that’s a full grand less than the more-racetastic “R” variant for an ever so slightly more-relaxed type of rider.
Battle Of The Streetfighters: Yamaha MT-10 Takes On A Kawasaki Z900 In A Drag Race
We’ve brought you plenty drag races of fully-faired sportbikes, but this time, it’s two popular nakeds that are lining up on the start line.
In this race, a Kawasaki Z900 goes against Yamaha’s flagship naked, the MT-10. Which one are you betting your money on? Decided? Now, read on to find out whether you’re right.
2021 - 2022 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
Kawasaki takes its Superbike racing program to the bank with its made-for-public Ninja ZX-10R platform that brings an uncommon level of performance to the streets. A newly-updated engine carries improved cooling features and exhaust components with a new bundle of ride-control and ride-safety electronics to keep it all under control. Next-gen bodywork wraps up the package with windtunnel-tested efficiency and some interesting paint choices.
Puig Aims To Redefine Motorcycle Aerodynamics With Its New Yamaha MT-09-based Concept
Popular motorcycle accessory maker Puig has taken the wraps off of their new concept motorcycle, dubbed Diablo.
While the concept takes shape from a Yamaha MT-09 SP, there’s no shortage of game-changing elements here, all aimed at one thing and one thing only – redefining aerodynamics.
2021 - 2022 Triumph Bonneville T100
Triumph tuned up its Bonneville 900 High Torque plant that powers the modern-classic T100 ahead of MY2021. The new version is both cleaner and stronger with snappier throttle responses than ever before along with a higher red line. New forks float the lighter chassis with new top-shelf Brembo brake components to make the T100 more fun to ride and safer to boot.
Gold & Bold: ‘07 Aprilia RSV 1000 R Factory Is One Stunner That You Can Take Home
Aprilia sportbikes have been synonymous with V-4 engines for quite a long time. However, few know that the Italian giant first tried its luck with the good ol’ V-twin setup, birthing two superbikes, namely the RSV Mille and its successor, the RSV 1000 R.
Thanks to Aprilia now specializing in V4 engines, these two bikes are essentially a piece of rich history and if you’re looking for the latter, Iconic Motorbike Auctions has got you covered.
This Ducati DesertX-inspired Supermoto Looks More Competent Than A Hypermotard 950
Just a couple of months back, Ducati took the wraps off its newest “middleweight” ADV, the DesertX, and the bike grew on a lot of people, thanks to its Dakar-inspired styling.
So much so, in fact, that digital artist Nick Murray (@muzza.nz on Instagram) even took things one step ahead, reimagining it as a Ducati supermoto bike, which he calls the 937 XSM. Now, we know Ducati already has the Hypermotard 950 in its stable, serving as a supermoto offering, but hey, the sky’s the limit when it comes to imagining things in the digital world.
The THOR GK 1000 Intends To Ruffle The Feathers Of Harley-Davidson’s
Hate ‘em or love ‘em, but you just can no longer ignore motorcycles made in China. Now, I know that Chinese motorcycles generally get your attention because they look like cheap rip-offs of European bikes, but Chinese bikemaker Gaokin is trying to change this perception with its new ‘thunderous’ cruiser dubbed the Thor GK 1000.
Before diving into the details, let me tell you Gaokin is part of the massive Chongqing group that also owns British bikemaker Brixton. With that out of the way, let’s get to it.
Dark & Dapper: 2022 Harley-Davidson Nightster Transformed Into A Custom Street Tracker By ToGASHI San
Before unveiling the 2022 Nightster to the world, Harley-Davidson contacted a handful of lucky custom bike shops throughout the world to spruce up and create their own iterations of the new motorcycle, with just one condition - the engine remains as is.
One of the six bike shops was Japan-based Hide Motorcycle run by Hideya Togashi who converted the all-new Nighster into an insane-looking street tracker.
‘07 Ducati SportClassic GT1000 Is The Perfect Auction Bike That No Cafe Racer Fanboy Can Ignore
Ducati is home to several astounding motorcycles and one such piece of art is the SportClassic GT1000.
Though the motorcycle was only on sale from 2007 to 2010, if you’re looking to own one of these, BringATrailer has posted a pristine ’07 GT1000. Here’s a look at it.
Is The Harley Davidson Bronx Concept Really Dead?
2021 - 2022 BMW R 18
BMW finally resolved the curiosity it cultivated with the buildup prior to the unveiling of its boss new cruiser, the R 18. This model wants a chunk of the retro-cruiser market with a faux rigid rear end and old-school geometry, but it ain’t all about the looks. This machine carries the largest boxer-twin engine that Beemer has ever mounted in a bike frame. In spite of its simple, clean look, there is plenty of ride-control wizardry under the hood.
2022 Harley-Davidson Nightster
Harley-Davidson looks both forward and back on its newest addition to the new Sportster lineup, the Nightster. The basic Sportster silhouette remains intact, but everything else was subject to the MoCo’s efforts to remain competitive in a progressively high-tech market. A new powerplant and high-end ride-quality electronics put this newest Sportster far beyond the previous models with the same name.
End Of The Line For The Suzuki Moto GP Team?
The Suzuki MotoGP team has established itself as one of the strongest teams in the paddock over the past few years. They even bagged a world title in 2020 and are currently one of the title favorites this year.
You’d expect such a strong team to be regular sighting in the MotoGP paddock for years to come, but in a shocking move, Suzuki is looking to exit from MotoGP at the end of 2022.
2021 - 2022 Honda CB1000R Black
Honda goes a bit beyond the cursory “Bold New Graphics” package that frequently heralds a new model-year with new bodywork and a blackout paint package on the Honda CB1000R that sets it well apart from the previous version to make it the “Black Edition.” Improved electronics join with the new looks for some under-the-hood improvements increasing its utility as a commuter, and a fun one at that. The punchy four-banger reprises its role as the beating heart with throttle-by-wire and riding modes on board to help with engine management.
2016 - 2022 Harley-Davidson Iron 883
When Harley-Davidson makes changes to the Iron 883, they stay faithful to at least one important aspect – performance. While XL models have never been known as ’fast’ bikes, they certainly have a well-deserved reputation as ’quick’ bikes. Nothing in the Harley world comes out of the hole like a Sporty, or handles the corners like one, and the Iron 883 maintains that tradition with aplomb. Bikes like this show how the XL line has not only survived, but also thrived in the entry-level and sport-minded American markets.