The KTM 790 Duke's Killer Feature? Its Price Tag ($13,000) and Ducati Monster 821 ($12,000), and KTM 790 Duke compares well on price/features with the cheaper Triumph Street Triple 765 lineup ($9,900 – $12,500), BMW F800R ($10,000), and Aprilia Shiver 900 ($9,400). Aggressive on    

That Suzuki Katana 3.0 Concept Though... As for the concept seen here, we like what Frascoli (father of the Moto Guzzi Griso, Triumph Street Triple, and many others) has is certainly more appealing than the GSX-S1000F, that is for sure.    

Bonneville Test Bed - Baptism Moto Triumph With my Triumph completed and with a bit more experience under my belt, I would like to build/restore an older CB350. That    

EICMA 2017 Cafe Racer Collectionperhaps we can expect to see this colour scheme reintroduced in a special model, à la Triumph's Thruxton R? Looking for Cafe Racer gear? Visit the...   

2018 Triumph Tiger 1200 XC and Tiger 1200 XR Get Big Updates Triumph USA has not yet released delivery dates or prices. Pavement-pounding XR comes in four trim levels. The top three    

2018 Triumph Tiger 800 XC and XR Triumph claims over 200 updates to engine and chassis, including a more responsive engine, a shorter first-gear ratio, new exhaust,    

Say Hello to the Trail-Shredding KTM 790 Adventure here seems to show a concept model, not a production model, so that will at least give BMW, Ducati, and Triumph a year or so before they have to worry about the KTM 790 Adventure hitting showroom floors. We expect KTM    

Everything We Expect to See at the EICMA Show in Milan Triumph's adventure-tourers have always been well-regarded, and it looks like for 2018 that they will have some new    

KTM 1290 Adventure S Finally Coming to the USA The KTM 1290 Adventure S stacks up nicely against the BMW R1200GS, Ducati Multistrada 1200, and Triumph Tiger Explorer. It will always puzzle us why KTM North America waits on certain models for release. The KTM 1290    

200 Meters of Madness - The Sultans of Sprint Panseri on the Ducati "Ciaparat" from team Milano Cafe Racers followed closely by Mathieu Menard from FCR Original on the Triumph "Crazy Bonnie". What can we expect to see at the Sultans of Sprint next year? You can expect to see