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2014 Honda Forza ABS – Riding Impression This new Honda scooter is just right, neither too large nor too small.

2014 Honda Forza ABS – Riding Impression This new Honda scooter is just right, neither too large nor too small.

Honda's Ruckus and Metropolitan 50cc scooters are just toooo slow, and its 541-pound Silver Wing is just toooo big. And expensive. This new Forza slots into the lineup nicely. Its 279cc sohc four-valve liquid-cooled single pushes it easily and reasonably quickly up to 85 mph, which means freeway...

Published on February 9 2014, 16:32
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

We have to give Yamaha credit for launching the modern era of sport-touring. Back in 2001, we snuck a ride on the then-Europe-only FJR1300, sending Editor Hoyer to the Continent to see what all the fuss was about. At the time, Yamaha couldn't figure out if it wanted the bike here or not, but... 

There is no question that the Speed Triple is Triumph's flagship bike, despite the fact that it isn't necessarily the Hinckley-based British company's current number-one seller. But if there is a single machine in Triumph's range that defines its identity, the Speed Triple is it. The Speed... 

Irvine, CA — When Kawasaki launched the updated naked Z1000 in 2010, we fell in love, naming it Best Standard that same year. But not everyone wants a naked-style sportbike, so, the following year, Kawasaki introduced the Ninja 1000. Although closely related to the Z1000, the Ninja offered... 

Before we tell you what the Monster is, let's tell you what it isn't. It's not a stripped-down superbike like the Streetfighter 848. Nor is it a bare-knuckle hooligan bike like the Hypermotard. Rather, the new Monster 1200 S is a sporty roadster that's more at home on a winding back road than... 

I just returned from the international press introduction of the 2014 Ducati Monster 1200S, which was held on the twisty roads of the Canary Islands. Cutting to the chase, I'd like to share 10 observations and impressions of this big new third-generation Monster, which is a liquid-cooled bike... 

The 2014 Kawasaki Z1000 is almost completely new from nose to tail. Knock-down, drag-out streetfighters aren't supposed to look good. The earliest ones were sportbikes that had been ridden hard and wrecked, their mangled bodywork chucked into the dumpster and their clip-ons replaced with an... 

Few sportbikes have carved a place in history quite like the Suzuki Hayabusa. When it debuted in 1999, the 'Busa leveled the other players on the playing field like a shockwave and remains one of the most breathtaking performance bikes you can buy. A midlife update in 2008 included aerodynamic...