There is a saying that you do not mess with a winning combination and, for the best part of a century, this has been the mantra BMW motorcycle designers have.
Suzuki changed the face of motorcycling when they introduced their avant-garde Katana 1100 back in 1981. And, as a result of motorcycling’s most popular decade ever, Japanese manufacturers were riding.
A staple of the Honda motorcycle line-up for four decades, the iconic Gold Wing has picked up a fair amount of weight over the years. Now, Honda opts to go.
Sometimes a frolic on the wrong side of the sheets works out for the best, according to GAVIN FOSTER. And to prove his point, he introduces us to a rather.
Renowned for making heart-throbbing two-wheel machines with either single-cylinder or V-twin engines, KTM has launched a fresh assault on the middleweight market with a potent new 800 cc street-fighting parallel.
Kawasaki has strengthened its hand by introducing a brand-new affordable 900 cc naked motorcycle with a serious performance offering in a no-frills package. **GAVIN FOSTER** gives it his all. Kawasaki’s.