Motorcycles

Invoking several past era’s Honda is riding out a fresh take on its Rebel 500 and Rebel 300, recalling both a simpler motorcycle past as well as borrowing from the popular bobber style.

Following a line-up of legendary motorcycles, Kawasaki’s new Z900 is a bike that demands to be seen as well as ridden, and ridden hard according to the specifications.

BMW Motorrad continues to stake their claim in the world of adventure riding with improvements to its R 1200 GS models for 2017.

Mixing two very different worlds, Kawasaki’s Ninja 1000 returns with a blend of performance and features for riders who want a little more saddle time.

A trend surprising even the motorcycle experts is the growing popularity of the adventure bike. Kawasaki offers an affordable entry into this segment with its 2017 Versys-X 300.

Two new models and a concept motorcycle taking said models into the roads of tomorrow dominated the Husqvarna booth as the EICMA International Motorcycle Show continued to capture two-wheeled headlines.

To truly appreciate the changes in Zero Motorcycle’s 2017 line-up, riders need to grab one of the new models, strap themselves in and find a long, open road. More torque and further range are the most notable and exciting upgrades from Zero.

While they may not enjoy as much of the spotlight as new models being introduced, the 2017 F 800 R roadster and the sports touring bike F 800 GT have been updated by BMW Motorrad.

The recently revealed Street Cup has a scrambling brother with Triumph officially throwing its motorcycle keys into the ring of the popular scrambler model.

The German motorcycle manufacturer claims it has optimized its K 1600 GTL, BMW Motorrad’s luxurious performance touring bike even further following the apparent mantra of go big or go home.

New models, new mottos and the promise of yet another motorcycle debut coming our way was Ducati’s version of the grand opening for Europe’s big biker event, EICMA 2016.

Riders in North America haven’t paid much attention to Royal Enfield’s adventure motorcycle, the Himalayan. However, that may soon change.

A familiar name finds itself part of a recognizable roadster with bad-boy rocker Kid Rock the apparent inspiration for a new custom Slingshot.

Continuing to capture the imagination of the motorcycle media, Ducati teases its latest additions to the Scrambler line-up with new videos.

British motorcycle manufacturer Triumph held a party in London last night so of course they unveiled a new motorcycle. Staying with its retro niche, the Bonneville Bobber enjoyed its star-studded spotlight.

Yamaha used the 2016 AIMExpo to highlight the 2017 models of its popular naked motorcycles, the FZ-09 and by association, its FZ-07.

In what can be considered a tradition with the popular AIMExpo, new models were revealed from the show floor hours before the event opened. Enjoying the spotlight, Yamaha and its YZF-R6.

Italian motorcycle manufacturer brings more of what bikers seem to love to its devil of a ride, the XDiavel enjoys a new model year makeover.

Every model of the Ducati line-up enjoyed updates and new looks for the upcoming year and its Hypermotard range is no exception.

Riding as close as it’s ever come to the cruiser world, BMW Motorrad unveiled its new K 1600 B, a model that brings the manufacturer’s touring expertise to a bagger.

Suzuki is showing off its adventurous side with its 2017 V-Stroms and teasing the next model year in a new press release from the Japanese motorcycle manufacturer.

The other new models in Ducati’s 2017 line-up maybe stealing the spotlight, but there will always be love for the Italian motorcycle manufacturer’s Monster. Here’s what the new models look like.

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