2013 Suzuki C90T B.O.S.S.
Over the past few years, the blacked-out look has become the style of choice within cruiser culture.
Ultimate MotorCycling QuickShift Review
There seems to be something of a scooter boom in the United States.
The 2012 Ford Harley-Davidson F-150 delivers on the custom cool design that the lineup has been known for, with new snakeskin leather interior accents, a new stylized bodyside graphic and a new wheel and premium paint color.
2012 Honda Motorcycles
Honda may place much emphasis on all-out performance dirt bikes such as the CRF 450 R, but the Japanese marquee continues to cater to the play-bike scene.
For 2012, Honda returns with the CRF230 F and the CRF150 F, both motorcycles featuring electric start. The CRF230F is designed for maintenance-free, all-day fun and off-road adventure.
2012 Star Motorcycle
Entry-level cruisers have always been a large part of the overall motorcycle market, but there’s a trick to make them stick out – have them perform equally well for a beginner or seasoned rider.
2012 Honda Motorcycle
We’re only five months into 2011 and already manufacturers are whetting appetites with new model line-ups for 2012. Honda announced a wide array of bikes (and quads) this week, among them, the 2012 XR650L.
Yamaha TT-R110E Review
The motorcyclists of tomorrow are the young dirt bike riders of today, and the Yamaha TT-R110E off-road motorcycle presents all the features needed to get a rider off on the right foot.
Don’t Eat Your Motorcycle
In the off-road world, even small, simple motorcycles can offer a great deal of fun, and Kawasaki’s popular KLX110 motorcycle offers more fun than most. Designed for mini-moto enthusiasts, the 2010 KLX110 and new KLX110L now offer electric starting and numerous performance upgrades to make them even better than ever.
Honda Stirs the Custom Bike World
As the custom motorcycle business adjusts to challenging market conditions, Honda is forcefully re-asserting its presence in the cruiser class. The early-release 2010 Honda Fury is the company’s first venture into the high-neck chopper bazaar, featuring a 38-degree rake, a narrow 21-inch wheel, and the longest wheelbase ever on a Honda motorcycle-just a hair under six feet.
Seasoned riders will remember the Cushman scooters that inexpensively transported people and cargo from the 1930s until the mid-’60s. Yamaha has tapped the spirit of the Cushman for its all-new 2007 C3, which is something of a replacement for the best-selling Zuma scooter, as the friendly two-stroke has fallen victim to EPA emissions regulations. Christened the C3 (cargo cubed) due to its nine gallons of cubic storage space, the scooter is powered by a fuel-injected, three-valve, SOHC, air-cooled 49cc motor.