2011 KTM Motorcycle
Based on KTM’s supermoto liter-bike, the KTM 990 SM T combines dirt bike ergonomics and sport bike performance in a package designed for pavement-focused touring.
2011 Triumph Motorcycle
The inches don’t get any bigger than the Triumph Rocket III Roadster’s massive motor. It displaces a whopping 140 cubic inches, spread along three cylinders that distinctively run from front to back.
If it had two wheels, the 2011 Can-Am Spyder RT Limited would be in the Luxury Touring motorcycle category of this buyer’s guide.
Instead, thanks to a pair of front wheels, this unique three-wheeler remains a Miscellaneous bike.
2011 Kawasaki Motorcycle
For 2011, Kawasaki completely redesigned its flagship and have made it smaller, lighter, and considerably more powerful.
2011 Honda Motorcycle
Here was something fairly unexpected from Honda – a brand new sport bike powered by an oversquare 249cc single cylinder motor with a 10,500- rpm redline, the CBR 250 R.
The liquid-cooled powerplant has double overhead cams, fuel injection via a 38mm throttle body, a counterbalancer, and ABS for the single 296mm front disc.
2011 Ducati Motorcycle
Powered by a (claimed) 150 horsepower L-twin that grinds out 87.5 ft/ lbs of torque, the 2011 Ducati S Touring version of the Multistrada comes equipped with the high-end Ducati Electronic Suspension by Öhlins you demand.
HeliBars Horizon ST
HeliBars has released its newest addition to its growing line of multi-axis adjustable handlebars – the Horizon ST. This new patent pending handlebars system was designed to provide the most comfortable riding position possible.