Bike Reviews

  • Long termer: KTM 790 Duke

    Long termer: KTM 790 Duke

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    Ross bagged himself a KTM 790 Duke for a long term test to find out what the Chinese-built naked is really like to live with, starting with first impressions.

  • Naked or superbike: is the Triumph Street Triple 765 Moto2 the best of both worlds?

    Naked or superbike: is the Triumph Street Triple 765 Moto2 the best of both worlds?

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    More focused than your typical naked, but not quite a sportsbike… is this halfway house we’ve been hoping for?

  • Battle of the middleweights – 1). Aprilia Tuareg 660

    Battle of the middleweights – 1). Aprilia Tuareg 660

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    Mikko tackles the Aprilia. Be sure to check back over the next few days for the rest of the bikes – Suzuki V-Strom 650, Yamaha Tenere 700 and the Moto Morini X-Cape. This was the first one to arrive at the lock-up when we picked up the bikes for this test, so I had the…

  • My bike: 2001 Honda CBR600F

    My bike: 2001 Honda CBR600F

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    Mid-weight solution to mid-life desires WORDS: Mikko Nieminen PHOTOGRAPHY: Gary Chapman When I got my full motorcycle licence I was riding around on a Yamaha RX-S 80. It was the perfect city bike for commuting in London, and just about agreeable for little adventures outside the city. I loved that bike. But I had a…

  • New World Order – Ténéré 700 World Raid

    New World Order – Ténéré 700 World Raid

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    If you like your wheels out of line, your riding off the limiter and if convention makes your head ache, you’ll probably like a taste of what Yamaha’s new Ténéré 700 World Raid has to offer.

  • BANG FOR YOUR BUCK! Suzuki GSR750

    BANG FOR YOUR BUCK! Suzuki GSR750

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    2011: Kawasaki’s radically-styled Z750 was a cash cow; in Europe (especially France) it was King of Sales. The aging Bandit and much-derided GSR600 were on the way out. So Suzuki performed its old trick of taking an existing engine, re/de-tune it and drop it into a new frame. The GSR750 was born. Bob Pickett investigates……

  • Moto Guzzi V7 III Special – overview

    Moto Guzzi V7 III Special – overview

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    Words/Photos: Bob Pickett Moto Guzzi has been making motorcycles from its Mandello del Lario factory since 1921, and its V7 is an undeniable nod to its long, illustrious history. First launched in 2008, the V7 Special came along in 2012, before the third-generation V7 III Special arrived in 2017. That’s the one we’ve been riding.…

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