Via A&R, it seems that Ducati has been listening to prospective owners about what they’d like to see in the new Diavel. As a result, Ducati has moved towards the Dark Custom movement with a new model of the Diavel called the Carbon Black.
ATK, the Utah-based dirt-bike manufacturer has been in the news a fair bit recently, with the deal to assemble and badge Hyosung motorcycles at their Utah manufacturing facility, and sell them in select Harley-Davidson dealerships. The idea is to create entry-level motorcycles for new riders that the Harley dealers can,… Continue reading
Honda is planning to unveils a new adventure bike at EICMA next week. This new bike is based on the new V-4 platform that is currently embodied only in the VFR1200F. Honda has been saying that this new platform will be the basis for a number of different… Continue reading
The Michigan State Police regularly puts current police motorcycles through a number of objective tests. The results of the most recent test are now available, and they don’t look good for Harley-Davidson. The MSP tested the BMW R1200RT-P, Kawasaki Concours14 ABS Police, and the Harley-Davidson Road King and… Continue reading
While there’s still no word from Triumph on the specs of the new Tiger 800, there are new pictures. Both the Tiger 800 and 800 CX are shown below. Click on the thumbs for full-sized pics.
The first official image of the 2011 Ducati Diavel has been released by the manufacturer.
You really do need to click on the image to see the full-sized version. Because what you can’t really see in the small pic above is that the rear section hides… Continue reading
Triumph has released the first official picture of the new adventure bike they’ve been touting, the Triumph Tiger 800 XC.
Still no specs or details, other than that this is the off-road version that has a 21″ front wheel with knobbies. The more street-oriented… Continue reading
It appears that the Project 0803 bike is ready for production, and, based on what the Italian press are saying, Ducati has settled on the name “Diavel” for this model.
This is supposedly the power-cruiser competition for Yamaha’s–or Star’s–V-Max. In any event, it’s finally been seen in… Continue reading
The quintessentially British-named Royal Enfield, the maker of 500cc old-school thumpers, has announced that they’ve gottan CARB approval for their bikes, which means that they are now available in California. In general, the CA emissins cost about $300 more than the 49-state model.
I’m not entirely sure what the… Continue reading