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2014 Open-Class Dual-Sport Smackdown

2014 Open-Class Dual-Sport Smackdown

Dual-sport riders in America have never had it so good. It wasn't even 10 years ago that even the best dual-sport offerings were mere shadows of their off-road sisters, with more show than go when it came time to head into the outback. Anemic engines, underwhelming suspension, lots of weight and...

Published on March 14 2014, 16:03
Source: www.motorcycle.com
 

Because we're big dual-sport fans, it didn't go unnoticed for even a second that the "new" Husqvarna's 2014 model lineup lacked a street-legal dual-purpose machine along the lines of sibling company KTM's 350/500EXCs. So we were stoked to see two such models announced for 2015, the FE 501 S and... 

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... 

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... 

Roaring out of the fourth tight, uphill corner, one of hundreds in our aggressive ascent from sea level to the lava fields surrounding 12,198-foot Mount Teide, two things dawned on me. One is that Tenerife, the largest of the 13 Canary Islands situated off the northwestern coast of Africa, is a... 

The 1199 Panigale debut of two years ago was a revolution in the superbike class, but one limited by price. The real question is, how do you bring the revolution to the largest number of potential owners? Today Ducati revealed an 899 Panigale that expresses CEO Claudio Domenicali's underlying... 

Yamaha have today announced that they have signed a five-year deal with Spanish teleco company Movistar to act as title sponsor for the factory Yamaha team. The deal will see Movistar branding appear prominently on fairings, leathers, team uniform, team trucks, etc, and the team be called... 

Over the course of the last five workdays, we've released our Ten Best Motorcycles of 2014 one bike at a time via two posts per day on our website. Although some folks might quibble with a selection here or there, our Ten Best winners of 2014 undoubtedly are an impressive class, a mechanically...