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2016 Kawasaki Z800 ABS – First Look Review

2016 Kawasaki Z800 ABS

Greg Drevenstedt
June 2, 2015

The new-for-2016 Kawasaki Z800 ABS is powered by a liquid-cooled, 803cc in-line four. Kawasaki has announced its first street model for 2016, the all-new Z800 ABS, a naked sportbike that will compete with BMW’s F 800 R, Ducati’s Monster 821, Suzuki’s GSX-S750 and Yamaha’s FZ-07... Read more »

Honda Bulldog

Honda Bulldog

Rider Magazine Staff
June 1, 2015

Honda Bulldog Honda Ruckus fans take note—Big Red unveiled a concept bike last March at the Osaka Motorcycle Show that looks like a grown-up version of the popular 50cc scooter. It said the Bulldog “promotes a new world of leisure with motorcycles. The model was developed with the concept ‘Lovable... Read more »

Video: 2015 Aprilia Caponord 1200 Rally

2015 Aprilia Caponord Rally

Rider Magazine Staff
June 1, 2015

With the new Caponord 1200 Rally, Aprilia introduces a fresh contender into the swelling ranks of adventure bikes. To see more Rider videos, check out our YouTube channel here.

BMW’s Concept 101 is a 6-cylinder Bagger

BMW Concept 101

Rider Magazine Staff
May 26, 2015

BMW Motorrad and Roland Sands Design collaborated to create the Concept 101. The Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este, an elegance competition for vintage cars that has taken place annually on the shores of Lake Como since 1929, has been co-organized by the BMW Group and the Grand Hotel Villa d’Este... Read more »

CFMoto 650TK–First Ride

The CFMoto 650TK. (Photography by Stephen Piper)

Alan Cathcart
May 19, 2015

The CFMoto 650TK. (Photography by Stephen Piper) The Chinese motorcycle industry’s long march into the global marketplace with a range of full-size models aimed at Western customers finally got under way four years ago with the parallel-twin CFMoto 650NK. An unashamed reinterpretation of the Kawasaki... Read more »

CFMoto: Affordable But Well Made

CFMoto 650TK

Alan Cathcart
May 18, 2015

CFMoto 650TK CFMoto only began manufacturing motorcycles in 2000, and in 2007 it expanded into its present 1.6 million square-foot plant in Hangzhou, south of Shanghai, with a 1,520-strong workforce steadily ramping up production of bikes and scooters, but especially ATVs, in which CFMoto is a market... Read more »

Death Valley: Hitting the Hot Spots on a Honda F6B

Riding in Death Valley. (Photography by the author and Mike Callahan)

Clement Salvadori
May 12, 2015

Riding in Death Valley. (Photography by the author and Mike Callahan) The valley of death is a fascinating place—at least in my estimation. Having been there more than 40 times since my first visit in 1967, I’ve seen a lot of it. And during each visit I find something new to gawp at. Some people... Read more »

Motus MST & MST-R — First Ride Review

Seven years in the making, the first production Motus motorcycles began shipping late last year. Right: Fully spec’d MST-R gets more power and uprated suspension, handlebar and brakes. (Photography by Phil Hawkins)

Alan Cathcart
May 11, 2015

Seven years in the making, the first production Motus motorcycles began shipping late last year. (Photography by Phil Hawkins) The first American four-cylinder street bike in the 70 years since World War II has now reached production, and the initial examples of the V-4 Motus MST and higher-performance... Read more »

2015 Yamaha FJ-09 Review

With its low weight and rowdy engine, the Yamaha FJ-09 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It has an appealingly low base price, but we’d gladly pay a little more for better suspension and brakes and a more refined throttle-by-wire system.

Greg Drevenstedt
May 8, 2015

With its low weight and rowdy engine, the Yamaha FJ-09 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It has an appealingly low base price, but we’d gladly pay a little more for better suspension and brakes and a more refined throttle-by-wire system. Yamaha made a big splash when it introduced the FZ-09 for 2014.... Read more »

2014 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 ABS Review

The V-Strom 1000 is the only bike in this trio designed for light off-road duty, though before hitting the rough stuff it needs a set of hand guards and a skid plate. Its adventure-chic beak pays homage to Suzuki’s 1988 DR-Z Paris-Dakar Rally racer.

Greg Drevenstedt
May 8, 2015

The V-Strom 1000 is the only bike in this trio designed for light off-road duty, though before hitting the rough stuff it needs a set of hand guards and a skid plate. Its adventure-chic beak pays homage to Suzuki’s 1988 DR-Z Paris-Dakar Rally racer. Introduced for 2002 as a “sport enduro tourer,”... Read more »

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