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What should you suspect from the 2019 MotoGP Championship? Here are four predictions for next season.
Internet rumors are rife that Ducati is set to release a 450cc motocross bike to the market. Naturally, we are suspicious.
Zero Motorcycles has begun teasing its newest electric motorcycle model, the Zero SR/F, which will debut in two months’ time.
With the 2018 season done and dusted, here are the MotoGP stories that we got wrong, failed to predicted, and were genuinely surprised to see.
So long 2018…but before we head into 2019, here are the most important motorcycles that we rode this year.
Happy New Year! The latest episode of the Brap Talk podcast is out, and in it we take a look back at what 2018 meant for the motorcycle industry.
“My ass is on the line, but I’ll have no regrets.” Jake Gagne jumped in at the deep end, but the Californian has learned a lot about racing and himself during his rookie WorldSBK campaign.
In this episode of the Paddock Pass Podcast, Steve and David talk about the final MotoGP race of the season, as well as the post-season Valencia Test.
The factory Red Bull Honda WorldSBK team will have a new home for the 2019 season, in a team jointly run by Althea Racing and Moriwaki.
For years, Benelli has lain dormant, at least in the US market. That changes with the Chinese owned, but Italian-run, firm releasing the first of many street bikes for American consumption. It kicks things off with the 2018 Benelli TnT 135 ($2,499). US importer, SSR Motorsports, hosted a quick day ride that began atop Southern California’s Ortega Highway, and concluded in Newport Beach. Renowned for its twists and turns, Ortega Highway is an amusing, but also very high-traveled ribbon of blacktop that links the bustling inland and beach communities. This stretch of roadway is known for accidents as well – would the tiny TnT be able to keep up with “always in a hur
Don’t look now, but RevZilla has quietly launched its own motorcycle apparel line, under the name REAX. The news has…
This is what a $25,000 supertwin looks like…and it looks goooood. Say hello to the new Norton Superlight street bike.
To help celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Ducati Monster, Motovation has done up its own “Tricolore” version . It looks tasty, especially in the COTA garages.
For the 2019 model year, the CBR650 drops the “F” in its name, and gets an “R” to replace it. As such, it becomes a true sport bike.
It’s a situation fit for Monty Python, but the Suzuki Hayabusa is not dead yet. Production for the US market continues, though it has ended for Europe and others.
KTM CEO Stefan Pierer has his eye on buying Ducati from Volkswagen, but what would that look like in reality?
Do you like motorcycles? Do you like podcasts? If you said yes, then we have something special for you. Say hello to the new Brap Talk Podcast.
Another week, and another rumor about the Suzuki Hayabusa. Despite what you have read, this is not the end of the machine.