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2015 Motorcycle of the Year

2015 Motorcycle of the Year

By Evans Brasfield First, the Scout shows that Indian is in the motorcycle production game for the long haul and that its parent company, Polaris, has the willingness – and the ability – to continue to invest in growing the marque into a potential challenger to that other huge American cruiser...

Published on August 19 2015, 21:22
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

Motorcycle.com's Evans Brasfield reviewed Kawasaki's Vulcan S last week, and this week we get a different perspective of the versatile new cruiser from Team Green. -Ed. Cruiser attitude in an adjustable package. Here's how it works: Prior to riding the Vulcan S, I met up with my assigned... 

Editor Score:77.5% Engine 17.25/20 Suspension/Handling 12.5/15 Transmission/Clutch 9.0/10 Brakes 6.5/10 Instruments/Controls 4.25/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 7.75/10 Appearance/Quality 6.75/10 Desirability 6.5/10 Value 7.0/10 Overall Score 77.5/100 Back in October, Evans Brasfield penned a preview of... 

Watching the motorcycle business of Polaris Industries evolve over the past few years has been compelling, and, as the corporation balances how Victory Motorcycles coexists with Indian Motorcycle, it's now well on its way to becoming fascinating. Polaris' re-launch of the Indian Motorcycle brand... 

and Tom RoderickPhotos by: Evans Brasfield In January, we deduced that the is the best big expensive adventure bike on the market. It seems like only yesterday that we concluded that the new is the best small, (less) expensive one, in our Urbane Adventurers comparison. And just before that,... 

It's been two years since we summoned together the superpowers of the sportbike world. In that time the , ,, and have either been heavily revised or completely overhauled. These changes beg a reinspection into the pecking order of world's premier street-legal superbikes. Can Japan wrest away the... 

Editor Score:84.25% Engine 18.0/20 Suspension/Handling 12.0/15 Transmission/Clutch 8.25/10 Brakes 8.75/10 Instruments/Controls 4.5/5 Ergonomics/Comfort 8.75/10 Appearance/Quality 8.0/10 Desirability 8.0/10 Value 8.0/10 Overall Score 84.25/100 What the hell is this thing anyway? We were all so... 

The BMW we really wanted to take along for our epic sport tour to Yosemite back in July was the company's new R1200RT, but a batch of faulty rear shock shafts on the ESA models put the kibosh on that, so we wound up taking the K1600GT instead. The big six-cylinder is a great bike in its own...