Only 300 very lucky souls will get a chance to buy the MV Agusta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro, and its 205hp masterpiece…winglets and all.
Michele Pirro took the Ducati Panigale V4 R race bike for spin at Brands Hatch, giving BSB fans a look at the new machine and its dry clutch.
The new BMW S1000RR is getting close to its world debut, with BMW Motorrad beginning to tease the superbike on social media.
This is our fourth installment of teaser videos for the new Suzuki Katana, and this time the new sport bike makes an appearance.
A teaser video from the Indian tells us that the FTR1200 street tracker will debut at the INTERMOT show in Cologne, Germany next week.
Is it INTERMOT yet? Because that is the only way that we will get Suzuki to stop teasing what is almost definitely a new Katana motorcycle.
Another day, another video from Suzuki that really looks like a new Katana teaser. It seems increasingly likely that we will see a Katana street bike debut at INTERMOT.
A leaked video shows the 2019 BMW R1250GS, and highlights its new “Shiftcam” engine head design. Interesting solution from the folks at BMW Motorrad.
Another teaser for the 2019 Triumph Scrambler 1200 has dropped, and in it we get our first glimpses of this full sized dual-sport.
All signs point to Suzuki reviving the “Katana” name for an upcoming motorcycle model, but we take a different look at this news, and what else it could possibly mean.
In a few months, Triumph is going to show us its new big boy Scrambler model, another motorcycle that will join Triumph’s heritage motorcycle lineup.
We know quite a bit about this new model, firstly that it will be called the Triumph Scrambler 1200. As you might expect, the Triumph Scrambler 1200 is set to take on the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled in this segment, a bike which should be getting an 1,100cc variant later this year as well.
Said to be a capable full-sized dual-sport, we expect the Scrambler 1200 to be fitted with the high-torque version of Triumph’s 1,200cc parallel-twin engine, which makes 80hp and 77 lbs•ft of torque.
Two model variations are also expected. One will be road-going, and have cast wheels and street-focused rubber. The other will have spoked wheels and knobby tires.