2018 Yamaha Star Eluder Test: Long-distance specialist Neil Wyenn takes the big new bagger from Los Angeles to Death Valley and back in a day.
Performance and luxury are not mutually exclusive, and the 2018 Honda Gold Wing Tour DCT delivers both in perfect harmony.
The 2018 Honda Gold Wing Tour DCT is a significant improvement over its highly evolved predecessor, which was great, but now feels outdated and overweight.
There are a plenty of baggers to choose from, and they all are impressive machines. Yamaha did things a bit differently with the Star Eluder.
The 2018 Honda Gold Wing will not just impress the traditionalists; it will also ensure that a new generation falls in love. Here's our in-depth review.
The new 2018 Honda Gold Wing is simply a quantum leap of an improvement, and there’s no easy way to break that to you if you own a previous iteration.
We take the 2017 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 with factory luggage from Los Angeles to The Quail Lodge in Monterey for a true sport-touring review.
Ride with Ultimate Motorcycling as we compare the new 2017 Indian Chieftain Elite and Indian Chieftain Limited—two ready-to-roll urban bagger motorcycles.
We take a look back at the 2005 Yamaha Royal Star Midnight Venture, one of Yamaha's leading touring bikes with all the technical goodies...and carbs.
2017 Indian Roadmaster Classic First Ride Test: 8 Fast Facts on the latest touring Indian. This full dresser has leather and fringe to spare.
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With its new Milwaukee-Eight 107 and updated suspension, the 2017 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra may be Harley's best tourer yet. Here's our review.
Riding through Great Smoky National Park is the best way to experience all that it offers. Without a doubt, some of the best riding in the country is found in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Take a California-based ex-Yankee, put him on the Blue Ridge Parkway on a 2017 Indian Roadmaster - with a big, new, standard equipment infotainment system smack dab in the middle of the redesigned dashboard - and what do you get? One happy and entertained dude.
Having been thoroughly disabused of any notion that the Gold Wing is little more than a two-wheeled station wagon, I would go so far as to say that between its potent acceleration, confident braking and competent cornering, the Wing feels like, well . . . feels like a real motorcycle.