Harley-Davidson brings touring to shorter riders (and those on a budget) with the SuperLow 1200T. With a larger motor than the standard SuperLow due to a half-inch increase in bore, the 1200T tips the scales at less than 600 pounds (claimed wet) and has a seat height of 27.4 inches.
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The latest version of BMW’s classic boxer tourer–the R 1200 RT–gets Automatic Stability Control and two riding modes. The seating position has a lower the center of gravity that the last air-cooled RT, making it easier to reach the ground at stops. Plus, the instrument cluster uses a 5.7-inch TFT color display.
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2016 Ducati 959 Panigale | Buyer’s GuideThe “entry level” Panigale from Ducati is anything but a full-fledged Supersport bike. Using the same 60.8mm stroke as the 1299 and 1199 Superquadro motors, the 959 gets by with a 100mm bore, giving it a displacement of 955cc.
BMW’s R 1200 RS is an all-new machine for 2016, with the latest liquid-/oil-cooled boxer motor, along with a sophisticated electronics package (with optional upgrades), new tubular steel bridge frame, inverted forks, new instrument cluster, new fairing with adjustable windshield, and distinctively modern styling.
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Large-displacement cruisers can be intimidating to riders who haven’t been in the saddle recently. To facilitate a smooth transition back up to speed, the Harley-Davidson Sportster SuperLow is a welcoming mount.
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For riders looking to compete in World Superbike competition, the 2016 Ducati Panigale R is an impressive choice of mount. Using the WSBK-legal 1198cc Superquadro motor that puts out a startling 205 horsepower in street-legal trim, the Panigale R is truly a race bike in light disguise.