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Triumph Releases 2015 Special Editions

2015 Limited Edition Bonneville T214 Land Speed Edition

Rider Magazine Staff
October 22, 2014

Triumph Motorcycles has released a trio of Special Edition motorcycles for 2015, including the Bonneville T214 Land Speed Limited Edition, the 2015 Street Triple Rx Special Edition, and the Bonneville Newchurch Special Edition. 2015 Limited Edition Bonneville T214 Land Speed Edition The limited-edition... Read more »

2015 Yamaha R3 – First Look Review

Greg Drevenstedt
October 16, 2014

2015 Yamaha YZF-R3 in Team Yamaha Blue/Matte Silver Entry-level sportbikes have been coming on strong lately, with the recent release of the all-new KTM RC390, the updated-for-2015 Honda CBR300R and the Kawasaki Ninja 300, which received a major revamp for 2013. Now Yamaha is getting into the game, as... Read more »

2015 Star Motorcycles Bolt C-Spec, Raider and Stryker Bullet Cowl – First Look Review

2015 Star Bolt C-Spec

Greg Drevenstedt
October 16, 2014

The 2015 Star Bolt C-Spec is a café racer-styled variant of the popular performance bobber. Today at the American International Motorcycle Expo (AIMExpo) in Orlando, Florida, Star Motorcycles announced new and updated models for 2015. The Bolt C-Spec has clip-on handlebars, rear-set footpegs, a longer... Read more »

2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S / ABS – First Look Review

2015 Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS

Mark Tuttle
October 15, 2014

A low seat height, adjustable footpegs and Ergo-Fit optional seats and handlebars will allow the Vulcan S / ABS to fit a wide range of riders. Kawasaki is betting that a large number of cruiser enthusiasts are willing to do without the traditional looks of a V-twin-based machine in exchange for low cost,... Read more »

2015 Kawasaki Versys 650 ABS/LT and Versys 1000 LT – First Look Review

2015 Kawasaki Versys 1000 LT

Greg Drevenstedt
October 15, 2014

After a long wait, the Kawasaki Versys 1000 is finally coming to America, with extensive updates and standard hard saddlebags. When the Kawasaki Versys 650 debuted for 2008, it had styling as unusual as its name (a mash-up of “versatility” and “system”). Powered by the 649cc parallel twin from... Read more »

2015 Can-Am Spyder F3—First Ride Review

2015 Can-Am Spyder F3

Ken Lee
October 15, 2014

The Spyder F3’s new cruiser-style riding posture yields functional advantages for body positioning plus a lower overall Center of Gravity. (Photos by Riles & Nelson) Can-Am recently invited a group of journalists to sample its latest Spyder roadster on a two-day ride through rolling countryside... Read more »

Energica Ego Electric Motorcycle – First Ride Review

Energica Ego 45

Greg Drevenstedt
October 14, 2014

Made in Modena, Italy, the Energica Ego is a 134-horsepower, all-electric, high-end sportbike. photography by Royce Rumsey & courtesy Energica Over the past several years, electric motorcycle manufacturers have popped up all over the place, like mushrooms on my lawn after a spring rain. U.S. companies... Read more »

Triumph Thruxton Ace Cafe Special Edition – First Look Review

Triumph Thruxton Ace Cafe Special Edition

Rider Magazine Staff
October 13, 2014

The Triumph Thruxton Ace Cafe Special Edition made its U.S. debut at the Ace Corner at the Barber Vintage Festival. At the 10th Annual Barber Vintage Festival, held October 12-14, 2014, at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama, Triumph Motorcycles unveiled the Triumph Thruxton Ace Cafe Special... Read more »

Motor Trike F6B Raptor—First Ride

F6B Raptor

James Parchman
October 2, 2014

Take your choice: Luxury or Sport, Motor Trike’s Adventure series includes conversions of Honda’s Gold Wing and F6B. It’s hard to fathom, but with its bright red fenders, tank cover and trunk, contrasted with a blacked-out engine area, the Motor Trike Raptor trike appears even sportier than the... Read more »

Retrospectove: BSA A65S Spitfire Mark II/III/IV Special: 1966-1968

1966 BSA A65S Spitfire Mark II Special

Clement Salvadori
October 2, 2014

1966 BSA A65S Spitfire Mark II Special Back in the early 1960s, many British bike companies were cheerfully warring with each other, paying no attention to the threat coming from the Orient. The major market for their 650 twins was the U.S., and Americans wanted horses—lots of horses. The more the... Read more »

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