When it comes to muscular, classic V2 Cruisers, we followed our inner compass. Accordingly, we have sought the vast, open spaces around the Wasserkuppe, the Holy Mountain of aviation. This is where power ..
The first fruit of BMW’s tie-in with Indian giant TVS is the new G310 R and it’s far from the usual cheap-and-cheerful fare in this class. Instead we get a radical reverse-head single with a rearward ..
Superbike-derived naked bikes are very much in vogue at the moment but Triumph’s Speed Triple was arguably the first of the breed. It might not have the near-200bhp power that some of its rivals can boast ..
With its Thruxton café racer Triumph was ahead of the game and predicted the recent boom in retro bikes but the old 865cc twin never quite had the performance to match its ton-up styling. Now that’s ..
Although there’s plenty of focus on the larger 1200cc versions of Triumph’s all-new Bonneville range the hidden gem of the line-up is likely to be the entry-level Street Twin. Powered by a smaller ..
Triumph’s Bonneville range has been the key to the firm’s success for the last 15 years since it revived the old name and led the modern trend for retro-style machines. But in recent years the Hinckley ..
The new Yamaha YZF-R1 has not only been long awaited by Yamaha fans, but also by BMW. Since the last redesign of the Kawasaki ZX-10R in 2011, the R1 is the first supersports bike from a major Japanese ..
Whether there is any point in 200 HP bikes is a question that is widely discussed around pub tables. And this even though only the select few could ever actually to live the high life themselves. Yet we’re ..