Vespa is taking a drastic move in a new direction but don’t worry, its iconic silhouette is preserved. Continue reading “Vespa Elettrica”
Steve McQueen produced and starred in the 1971 documentary film On Any Sunday. This classic film helped give motorcycle racing a more positive image on the public and also helped popularize BMX biking when it came out. Continue reading “Steve McQueen’s 1970 Husqvarna 400 Cross”
If you’re looking to compete in the Supersport 300 category, you’d do good to look at what’s on offer from KTM. KTM released a new limited-edition version of their RC 390 called KTM RC 390 R. Continue reading “KTM RC 390 R”
Only 125 units of the RSV4 RF Limited Edition will be made available and it’s reserved exclusively for the North American market. Continue reading “Aprilia RSV4 RF Limited Edition”
Weaving through traffic on a BMW R nine T that’s propelled by its air-cooled two-cylinder boxer engine is a whole other experience. Customization was a major point when BMW designed this roadster Continue reading “2019 BMW R nine T”
The Super Cub is best known for catapulting Japanese motorcycles to the mainstream especially since it was tied to the influential “You meet the nicest people on a Honda” ad campaign of the 60s. The bike’s friendly design enticed generations of riders get their start on the two-wheel lifestyle with this dependable workhorse. The 2019 model of the Super Cub will make an appearance back on U.S. roads as Honda brings back the iconic motorcycle to the U.S. ending decades of absence on the market since importation ended in 1974.
Think of Ather Energy as India’s answer to Tesla. The startup recently unveiled two new electric scooters that consumers can get through a subscription plan which includes top-ups, maintenance, insurance, and registration fees. Ather has opened up pre-orders in Bangalore where they’ve set up charging spots and they plan to expand the grid so that riders are never too far away from a charging spot. Learn more from Ather Energy.
Moto Guzzi recently unveiled a limited edition of their popular V7 model at the Wheels and Waves event in Biarritz. What makes this V7 version stand out is the chrome fuel tank while carbon fibre fenders and side panels add some contrast to the design. Only 500 numbered units of this version will be released onto the market.
The name itself lets you know that “Fun” is in its DNA. The Monkey bike has its roots in the 60s and it has been a convenient way to go around town ever since. The 2019 Monkey retains its iconic compact dimensions and just like its earlier versions, the 2019 model is powered by a small engine that adds to its appeal.