Wayne Rainey MotoAmerica Video
From 1978 through 2006, we - the Americans - had a stronghold on Grand Prix motorcycle racing.
We achieved 15 premier-class titles...
MotoAmerica Names Communications Manager
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Aprilia Tuareg 660 + Motus Motorcycles and Brian Case
byMotos and Friends by Ultimate Motorcycle
Motos and Friends this week brings you Senior Editor Nic de Sena’s perspective on the newly launched Aprilia 660 Tuareg ADV bike. Nic rode the bike in Sardinia and was impressed with Aprilia’s take on the middleweight section of the adventure-bike market. It’s not exotically priced, so if you’re looking for this type of machine, the Tuareg is definitely worthy of your attention.
The second segment is brought to you by Editor-at-Large Neale Bayly. It’s the story of the sadly defunct Motus motorcycles, and he interviews Brian Case, who designed the well-engineered V-4 engine, as well as the entire motorcycle chassis to wrap around it. 200 Motus motorcycles were made, and Brian tells us the story of how it all played out.
From us all here at Ultimate Motorcycling, we hope you enjoy this episode.