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5 Brno Czech Republic 2012 MotoGP
12 Laguna Seca United States 2012 MotoGP
20 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
18 Mugello Italy 2012 MotoGP
3 Assen Netherlands 2012 MotoGP
18 Silverstone Great Britain 2012 MotoGP
4 Aragon 2011 MotoGP
25 Indianapolis 2011 MotoGP
11 Brno Czech Republic 2011 MotoGP
18 Brno Czech Republic 2011 MotoGP
30 Le Mans France 2011 MotoGP
29 Le Mans France 2011 MotoGP
26 Le Mans France 2011 MotoGP
16 Indianapolis 2010 MotoGP
11 Assen Netherlands 2010 MotoGP
42 Le Mans France 2010 MotoGP
32 Jerez Spain 2010 MotoGP
5 Estoril Circuit Portugal 2009 MotoGP
2 Misano Circuit San Marino 2009 MotoGP
6 Sachsenring Germany 2009 MotoGP
14 Jerez Spain 2009 MotoGP
6 Sepang Circuit Malaysia 2008 MotoGP
24 Indianapolis 2008 MotoGP
10 Misano Circuit San Marino 2008 MotoGP
 

2005 Sport Touring Comparo

2005 Sport Touring Comparo

Depending on how sporty you like your touring bike, or how touring-oriented you like your sportbike, there is something for every taste these days. Which is the best? To answer that, we first spent some time hashing out here at MO what a "Sport-tourer" is. Does it mean factory hard bags?...

Published on October 16 2017, 15:49
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

In the 15 years since we added Sport-Touring as an annual Ten Best category, a trend has developed. We started off on a light enough note, voting the 1999 Triumph Sprint ST as the year's best back-road sport bagger and even picked the Ducati Multistrada 1000S as recently as 2005. But, by and... 

This week, we once again visit with Yossef Schvetz. His adventures this time involve him on Moto Guzzi's new 1100 Breva almost a decade ago. A former Guzzi owner himself, Schvetz shows some restraint when presented with the Big Breva, but turns out to be pleasantly surprised after learning more... 

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... 

Ten years ago, Kawasaki had a touring cruiser priced at $13,000. It had a 1552cc V-Twin with plenty of accouterments and power to take its rider to voyages unknown. It was called the Vulcan Nomad 1600, and even ten years later we still think it's a good bike. However, let's go back to its... 

In this week's Church Of MO feature, we pay homage to the legendary Massimo Tamburini, who passed away one week ago due to complications from lung cancer. Those who are familiar with his work need no introduction, but to those who don't understand the significance of his passing, close your eyes... 

From the October 2005 issue of Cycle World It must be something in the schnitzel. Maybe somebody's spiked the weiss bier. How else to explain the mad tear the Bavarians are on? A Hayabusa-hunting steamroller in the new K1200S? A ballsy muscle-flexer in the naked R version? A sharpened... 

Welcome, MO heathens. It's Sunday yet again, which means it's time for another Church of MO. This week, we look at the Boss Hoss BHC-3 ZZ4 and ZZ4 Super Sport.The giant behemoths of cruiserdom, Boss Hoss has made a name for itself by essentially sticking two wheels and a handlebar to small-block...