When starting out for a license, many people head straight into the 125cc engine range (category A1 motorbikes) at 17 rather than trying any smaller 50cc options.
So, what are some stand out candidates for the A1 category in 2023? Read on to find out.
For many motorbikes exemplify freedom, and adventure rides bring that to the fore like no other. But, to get the most out of your day (or months), you need to have the right bike. An adv bike has to be able to go on paved and non-paved roads easily, have a strong frame to carry all the gear and have a good tank size to fuel consumption ratio so you can travel miles. It should be robust, reliable and easy to maintain.
So does the Honda NC750X hold up? Read on to see.
The Panigale bikes are a series of sports motorbikes aimed at going as fast as possible around the race track. Here’s an overview of the series, starting at the very beginning.
The BMW S1000RR learnt from a decade of predecessors to create an ultimate superbike. The first iteration of this bike came out in 2009, far out-classing its rivals in terms of 190+bhp raw power, impressive electronics, and agile handling.
Kawasaki introduced the Vulcan in 1984 as an entry-level cruiser and has stayed on the market (in many different permutations) since. If the bike has Vulcan in the name, you should think of laid-back rides and eating up the miles in comfort – not the fastest, but definitely full of style for you and probably a passenger.
The Suzuki GSX-S750 was released in 2015 and replaced the GS R750. Suzuki wanted to take the established heritage of the GSX line and make it a competitive middleweight roadster. Currently, the GSX-S750 is still in production. We’re going to have a closer look at some of its main points in this article.
Despite some big names and tougher competition each year, Yamaha is still one of the go-to brands for bikers around the world, that tells you what you need to know about them as a bike manufacturer.
In this article, we’re going to compare the FZ6 and the FZ8.
Suzuki is a well-known motorcycle manufacturer – in fact, they’re a go-to brand the world over. Why? Because they sell well-built, high-quality, fun bikes at affordable prices. They also have a reputation for being reliable – needing fewer or less costly repairs than similar brands.
Everyone knows the saying, ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.’ Nowhere does this hold more true than with the Kawasaki Vulcan 900. For just under 20 years now, the design and engineering of this great all-rounder bike have barely changed (new colours in 2020, though!), yet riders and designers alike still flock to this bike to learn how to do it right. But what do you need to know about this bike, and is it right for you?
The latest Kawasaki Versys 650 version was released in 2022. It showcased some new features and design adjustments to align with the modern age but was not a redesign. It was a perfecting-and-tweak type of redo, and given that the Versys 650 has been a favourite for many, that’s all that was needed. If you’re looking to buy a bike with reliability and fun, the Versys 650 could be for you, so let’s have a look at why.
So, what can you expect from the latest instalment from two motor giants?