We are pretty excited that the BMW F850GS Adventure is out already. This should be a great option for ADV riders that aren’t trying to film a documentary.
The new KTM 690 Enduro R sounds like a beast! We didn’t think we wanted a quickshifter on a dirt bike until KTM told us we did.
One of the most important motorcycles in the BMW Motorrad lineup just got some smart upgrades. Say hello to the 2019 BMW R1250GS Adventure.
The Moto Guzzi V85 TT might be the surprise motorcycle of the 2019 model year, now that we know more about it.
As we predicted, Ducati’s ADV bike is getting an engine upgrade for the 2019 model year. As such, say hello to the Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro.
If you like playing in the mud, then you will like the new bike that Italy is teasing, the 2019 Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro.
This is Moto Guzzi’s new 850cc adventure-touring bike. It’s called the Moto Guzzi V85 TT, and it’s the first of a few new models from this platform.
What are you doing for the next 4 hours and 45 minutes? Take a break from your office-drone life and come watch the hardest single-day motorcycle event in the world.
The KTM 790 Duke hasn’t even made it to American soil yet — though, it strangely can race in the production middleweight class at Pikes Peak… — and we are already talking about its off-roading sibling, the KTM 790 Adventure R. Built around the same 799cc parallel-twin engine found in the Duke model, the Adventure variant takes things to a whole new level for ADV riders. Promising light weight, plenty of off-road power, and Dakar-inspired chassis components, this should be the adventure-tourer that dual-sport riders have been asking for. With the production version of the KTM 790 Adventure R set to debut later this year at the annual industry trade shows, most of our appetite has been sustained by the prototype bike, which has been making the marketing rounds.
It was four months ago that Alta Motors updated its Redshift lineup with the more potent Redshift MXR electric motocross bike, and from that moment we have been waiting for the other shoe to drop. This week it has, as Alta Motors is showing off the Redshift EXR, a road-legal dual-sport for enduro fans, which just became the first electric motorcycle to qualify for the Erzberg Rodeo hard enduro event in Austria. The formula for the 2019 Alta Motors Redshift EXR is fairly simple, as it takes the current Redshift EX enduro model, and adds the drivetrain upgrades that debuted with Redshift MXR model. This means more power (50hp), more torque (42 lbs•ft), less weight (273 lbs), and of course the “overclocking” mode for when a trail truly needs to be shredded.
It has been a long-time coming, but Honda has finally has a road-legal 450cc dirt bike back in its lineup. As such, say hello to the 2019 Honda CRF450L. Taking its DNA from Honda’s 450cc MX bike (which is also updated for 2019), the Honda CRF450L offers mirrors, LED lighting, an electric starter, and even a place to stick a license plate, giving you the ability to on-road, between trailheads. Other features include a wide-ratio six-speed transmission, 18″ rear wheel, a two-gallon titanium fuel tank, Showa suspension front and back, and more crank mass than the Honda CRF450R MX bike. The curb weight is claimed at 289 lbs, topped up with fuel and ready to ride. Honda says that the CRF450L will be available in September 2018, with pricing set for now at $10,399.