This bike has always intrigued me….
By Wes Siler RideApart
Until now, riding a Ural sidecar has been an exercise in survival. With engineering dating back to before the Second World War, things like performance, handling and braking were, in lieu of a clever analogy, just plain terrible. For the first time fitted with fuel-injection, disc brakes on all three wheels, a hydraulic steering damper and dozens of other changes, the revised 2014 model range is supposed to fix all that, dragging these classic bikes into the realms of modern performance and safety. Can they? Find out in this world exclusive 2014 Ural Gear-Up Sidecar review. Continue reading “2014 Ural Gear-Up Sidecar Review”
Not a huge cruiser fan but this one has caught my eye and the review sounds favorable for those who might fit into this type of machine…
Touratech guys are so LUCKY!
Amazing reviews talking about the new BMW F800GS Adventure
By Ian Schmeisser, Jonathan Beck, Neale Bayly, Shawn Thomas and Vince Winkel
Author: Editor/Tuesday, September 24, 2013/Categories: General Interest, Bike Reviews & News
(Photos by Kevin Wing and Vince Winkel)
Middleweight Adventure Bike: The Great Addition – By Vince Winkel
Recently I had the opportunity to ride the new F800 GS Adventure around Moab, Utah, and then slab it 1,200 miles back to my house in St. Louis. It was a great ride both on and off the pavement. However I am no off-road riding expert so I’ve asked some far more experienced riders to comment on the 800 GSA in the dirt and sand. More on that later … Continue reading “Bike Review: The BMW F800 GS Adventure”
The name’s almost the same but this middleweight sport-tourer is much better.
I have read so many First Ride reviews but yet to read an in depth on of our 2013 BMW F800GS…so weird how our bike has received so little attention…
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The Suzuki DR-Z400S is an incredibly capable motorcycle. I’ve had the chance to ride one the past few weeks and I took it on a 300 mile highway journey, a 200 mile offroad adventure, did multiple days off road, rode it around town, and commuted from Long Beach to LA (about 25 miles) on a regular basis. I found the little thumper to meet or surpass my expecations across the board and miss the little guy after giving it back a few days ago. Continue reading “RideApart Review: 2013 Suzuki DR-Z400S”
You be the judge….is this a good review of the three BIG ADV bikes out there? No Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200? I guess we will have to wait for that review later.