Articles Posted in the " Kevin Wing " Category


  • 2010 Honda Fury | Motorcycle Review

    2010 Honda Fury | Motorcycle Review

    Chopped & Stretched Motorcycle

    Beginning with the CM series over 30 years ago, Honda’s custom motorcycles have been defined by their adherence to corporate ergonomic, handling and performance standards. As a result, most Honda cruiser offerings through the years have had the zingy taste of vanilla. Flawlessly prepared vanilla, to be sure, but vanilla, nonetheless.


  • 2009 Benelli Tre-K and Moto Guzzi Stelvio | Motorcycle Reviews

    2009 Benelli Tre-K and Moto Guzzi Stelvio | Motorcycle Reviews

    Adventure Motorcycle Comparision

    There is something redundant about the term "adventure bike". In my experience, all motorcycles and all my rides are adventures of one sort or another. Whether it is the call of the wide-open highway, a serpentine canyon road, or a commute through town to work, every excursion turns out to be something of an adventure.


  • Erik Buell | Achievement in Motorcycle Design

    Erik Buell | Achievement in Motorcycle Design

    The progenitor of Objectivism, Ayn Rand, claimed art is "a re-creation of reality according to an artist’s metaphysical value judgments." Erik Buell recasts that statement for motorcyclists to embrace: "Every time you ride, you’re creating a piece of performance art."


  • 2007 Kawasaki ZX-6R | Feature

    2007 Kawasaki ZX-6R | Feature

    Effectively melding the design philosophy of its MotoGP racing division with its street-going, production-based supersport machine, Kawasaki has retired the 636 offering to concentrate their middleweight efforts solely on the 600. The result is an all-new Ninja ZX-6R.




  • 2007 RetroSBK Ducati Monster S4R | Motorcycle Review

    2007 RetroSBK Ducati Monster S4R | Motorcycle Review

    Custom Ducati Monster

    Take a motorcycle club racer, competitive bodybuilder and martial artist whose heroes are Buddha, Michelangelo, and Chuck Yeager, and challenge him to perfect and personalize the world’s most exceptional motorcycles. The result is the mission statement of RetroSBK’s founder William Kenefick.


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