Review : Harley Davidson Road King (1996)

Review : Harley Davidson Road King (1996)

MCN says, for some, the Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King is the best Harley of all, mixing the 50s style of the Fat Boy with the versatility and comfort of the Glides thanks to its twin shock chassis and built in panniers and screen. For extra cool there’s also the Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King Classic and … Read moreReview : Harley Davidson Road King (1996)

Review : Yamaha Xmax 400 (2017)

Review : Yamaha Xmax 400 (2017)

Yamaha have updated the friendly XMAX 400 for 2018. Taken from MCN, it has improved handling to make it more agile and responsive around town, while being comfortable on longer journeys. It has the same quality feel and similar performance to it’s big brother, the TMAX, for a fraction of the price.       … Read moreReview : Yamaha Xmax 400 (2017)

Review : Moto Guzzi V7 Stone III (2017)

Review : Moto Guzzi V7 Stone III (2017)

Adding traction control to an air cooled Moto Guzzi with less than 50 bhp initially appears rather pointless; Then consider the natural environment for the V7: the sometimes cobbled city streets or remote areas. Add some wet weather and you have to question why more learner friendly bikes don’t have it. Guzzi have also added … Read moreReview : Moto Guzzi V7 Stone III (2017)

Review : Indian Scout Bobber (2017)

Indian has cleverly mixed old-school bobber styling and modern-day performance, with refinement and a healthy splash of the American dream. Short travel suspension is crashy over bumps, ground clearance limited and the riding position might not be great for everyone’s back, but the new Scout Bobber has a jewel like motor, feel good handling and … Read moreReview : Indian Scout Bobber (2017)

Review : Triumph Bonneville Bobber (2017)

Review : Triumph Bonneville Bobber (2017)

Triumph has created a machine that combines post war styling with modern day performance – a trick they’ve carried over from the rest of their Bonneville range. Taken from MCN, said it’s not the cheapest bobber out there, but it’s the classiest and packed with cool design touches and character. It takes the cool, slow-speed … Read moreReview : Triumph Bonneville Bobber (2017)

Review : Honda Goldwing GL1800 (2001)

Review : Honda Goldwing GL1800 (2001)

The Honda GL1800 Goldwing is the kitchen sink, bells and whistles touring motorcycle. Looking for the best comfort for rider and pillion, max luggage space and a motorcycle that’ll make kids point and stare? You want a Honda GL1800 Goldwing. Evolved from the late 70s GL1000 into the current intergalactic-cruiser incarnation. Plus there’s a huge … Read moreReview : Honda Goldwing GL1800 (2001)