MoreBikes August 2023

  • Used Bike Guide: Honda CMX1100 Rebel (2021-on)

    Used Bike Guide: Honda CMX1100 Rebel (2021-on)

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    Honda CMX1100 Rebel (2021-on) £7500-£11,500 This is the newest machine on our used cruiser by quite some distance. It’s actually a bike we’ve spent a bit of time on over the past couple of years, and it’s always impressed. It may not have the same gravitas as some, but it more than makes up for…

  • Used Bike Guide: Harley Davidson Softail (1998-2003)

    Used Bike Guide: Harley Davidson Softail (1998-2003)

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    Harley Davidson Softail (1998-2003) £5500-£14,000 If you’re after a cruiser, then the Harley-Davidson Softail has got to be in the mix. The 2023 version will set you back close to £16,000, so you’d be much better looking back a few generations to try and bag yourself a bargain. That said, they hold their money extremely…

  • Q&A: White Line Woes

    Q&A: White Line Woes

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    Q  Despite living in a tiny village, we have a huge concentration of bikers. We started a club about 15 years ago and we’ve got around 15-20 ‘oldies’ and about 10 ‘young ‘uns’ and. Over Easter we decided to arrange a group ride out to the coast. About 10 or so lads and lasses rocked…

  • Used Bike Guide: Yamaha Super Tenere (2010-2021)

    Used Bike Guide: Yamaha Super Tenere (2010-2021)

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    YAMAHA XT1200Z SUPER TENERE (20102021) £4500-£11,500 The Ténéré is a big name in the adventure bike world. From its Dakar race-winning pedigree from back in the day, through to its massively successful T7 which has kickstarted the middleweight adventure bike market in recent years, there’s no doubt you can put your faith in Yamaha to…

  • Used Bike Guide: Africa Twin

    Used Bike Guide: Africa Twin

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    HONDA CRF1000L AFRICA TWIN (2016-2019) £6500-£10,000 The Africa Twin is another legendary name in the adventure bike world. There might be a new shiny version with a bigger engine and electronically adjustable suspension on the market, but the first of the new ATs is a cracking bike that’s well worth your consideration. At the time…

  • Quick Spin: Ducati’s Heavyweight Contender

    Quick Spin: Ducati’s Heavyweight Contender

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    Adam ‘Chad’ Child gets to grips with the big adventure bike… The fact is, Ducati’s all-new Multistrada V4 Rally is as equally capable off-road as it is on-road. And anyone who’s piloted a Multistrada V4 over a decent variety of roads will testify that this is quite a statement. Quite a moment in the story…

  • Triumph’s NEW Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X

    Triumph’s NEW Speed 400 and Scrambler 400 X

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    The British firm has revealed two all-new models which are set to join the range later this year. That’s right. We’ve been talking about it for years, but Triumph has finally revealed its new A2-licence offering. And there’s not one, but two, to choose from. There was speculation that the Hinkley-based firm wouldn’t sell them…

  • TESTED: Schuberth E2 Adventure Helmet

    TESTED: Schuberth E2 Adventure Helmet

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    Charlie Oakman’s been wearing it… Schuberth announced the ‘all-new E2 Flip-Front Adventure Helmet’ at the end of last year, which coincided with my discipline change from a regular sport to adventure ride, and having worn the excellent Schuberth C3, C4 and C5, I was keen to get my hands on it. Unsurprisingly, the E2 replaces…

  • At A Glance: Fantic Caballero 700 scrambler

    At A Glance: Fantic Caballero 700 scrambler

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    Fantic is upping the stakes with its newest retro-inspired scrambler. Meet the Caballero 700. 1. ELECTRONICS The Caballero may take inspiration from the firm’s heyday in the mid-1970s, but it also embraces today’s technologies. With the fitment of an inertial measurement unit (IMU), it’s the first Fantic to offer cornering ABS and traction control. As…

  • KTM’s Screaming Single!

    KTM’s Screaming Single!

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    KTM’s just revealed its latest race-ready 450 SMR – and it looks brilliant. Time and time again the Austrian factory has proved it knows what it’s doing when it comes to creating seriously capable lightweight racers – and its new KTM 450 SMR Supermoto is no different. Lukas Höllbacher took his KTM 450 SMR to…

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