Sport Motorcycle Reviews

Looking for unbiased Sport Motorcycle Reviews? We have you covered here, featuring all sport bikes from Ducati, Yamaha, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda, MV Agusta, Aprilia, EBR Motorcycles and others. Each Sport Motorcycle Review arrives with specs, photos and riding styles with test links to each piece of motorcycle apparel used on that ride.

2010 Honda VFR1200F DCT Test: Automatic Transmission

VFR1200F DCT Test

Technology - motorcyclists thrive on it. Whether you enjoy crossing the interstate, dragging a knee, clearing a triple, gapping two boulders, or simply commuting to work, technology is what makes our motorcycles more enjoyable.

Kawasaki Concours 14 ABS | Police Bike

Police Motorcycle

If you were thinking you were going to outrun the police the next time you're out for a ride, you might want to consider that Kawasaki is now selling special Concours 14 ABS Police motorcycles to law enforcement agencies.

2010 Aprilia Shiver 750 ABS | Review

Revamped Shiver

The Aprilia Shiver hasn't been quite the success the Italian manufacturer had hoped for, largely due to a bland color scheme according to the motorcycle's importers. While Ducati is pushing Monsters like hot cakes, Aprilia haven't had the same success with its Shiver, which was launched in 2007.

2010 Triumph Street Triple R Review | Blind Date Scores

Street Triple 675 R

My introductory ride on the Triumph Street Triple R was a blind date, of sorts. At the end of a Hollywood photoshoot for another bike, I found myself racing up a ramp onto the San Diego Freeway sometime around midnight, astride a bike I had just met. Wow, the Triumph 675cc Street Triple R could really move!

2009 Honda ST1300 ABS | Motorcycle Review

The Red Velvet Cupcake

With a V4 that is as smooth as a premium red velvet cupcake from Jamaica's Cakes in Los Angeles, the venerable 2009 Honda ST1300 returns for a seventh year (eight, if you're counting in Euros), and it proves that a classic recipe remains tasty over time.

2007 Ducati Monster S4R S Tricolore - Test

2008 Ducati Monster S4R S Tricolore Review | Italian Canyon Carver

What’s not to like? Ducati takes its liquid-cooled, four-valve, L-twin Testastretta motor pumping out 130 hp and drops it into a trellis-framed naked bike with a semi-upright rider’s position, then tops it off with the paint scheme from the Italian flag (or the nearest pizza joint), carbon fiber here, there and everywhere, plus distinctive dual mufflers stacked high on the right.

2008 Suzuki B-King Review: Hypersport Motorcycle

The radical styling of the big new Suzuki certainly elicits an opinion from every onlooker. But, surprisingly, even most naysayers seem to quickly get used to the anime-inspired bodywork and, especially, exhaust pipes. The exposed engine makes the B-King an obvious candidate for some street-custom bling, and coupled with the large gas-tank side covers, wide riding stance and broad seat and cowl, the B-King has an aggressive, muscular appearance that people seem to like.
2006 Ducati Monster S4Rs Review - Specs

2006 Ducati Monster S4Rs Review | Sport Motorcycle Test

Testastretta Monster

The Spanish Andalusian countryside is an endless rhythm of hills, ancient trees and bleached medieval cities—possibly one of the last places one would expect to establish a world-class racetrack. Yet, after months of searching, Dutch racing enthusiast Klaas Zwart, a resident of Marbella, discovered the future home of his Ascari Race Resort while piloting a Eurocopter 130 above the virgin terrain just outside of Ronda.

2006 MV Agusta Brutale 910R Review | Upright Sport Motorcycle

Raw Seduction 

Because testosterone-fueled monikers like Monster, Firebolt, and Intruder abound, it seems natural that MV Agusta would christen its no-holds-barred machine the Brutale. While first generation Brutales boasted gorgeous design and crisp handling, the 749cc motor came up a bit short on torque and horsepower.