2017 - 2022 Suzuki SV650
Suzuki continued with the evolution of the SV650 line with the all-new-in-2017 SV650. Built on the success of the original SV650 that covered 1999 through 2008, and its offspring, the SFV650 “Gladius,” the new ride carries the SV DNA into a new generation. With a revamped 645 cc engine, it has more horsepower than ever before.
Suzuki Sharpens the Katana
Yamaha MT-10 SP Has the Highest Chassis Spec of Any Motorcycle
KTM 1290 Super Duke R EVO Gets Even Sharper with Electronic Semi Active Suspension
Yamaha MT-10: The Ultimate Naked Sports Bike Just Got Better
Ducati Streetfighter V2 and V4SP Launched: One More Accessible, One More Exclusive
2020 Triumph Street Triple R
Triumph revised its Street Triple R ahead of MY2020 with a number of improvements across the board. A more extreme nose-down look adds to its racing credentials, and it all comes powered by a new three-banger that generates 11.3-percent more oomph than the superseded model. It’s also available in a “Low” configuration that drops the seat almost two inches closer to the deck.
Missed out on the KTM Super Duke 1290RR? Now, There’s The 1290 R Evo
MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Nurburgring: Only One Question - Why?
The Chinese Zongshen Cyclone is Really an Aprilia in Disguise
Is there any western company with whom the Chinese don’t have a partnership? This concept from Zongshen, called the Cyclone RA9, is largely made up of Aprilia chassis and engine as Zongshen is a partner to Piaggio, the Italian group that owns the Aprilia brand, among others. Based around a 987cc v-twin, both chassis and engine come from the Aprilia Dorsoduro and Shiver models.
2022 Kawasaki Z650RS Revealed
Never Heard of Lynk & Co.? Well, You’re About To
2021 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 pricetag that’s a full grand less than the more-racetastic “R” variant for an ever so slightly more-relaxed type of rider.