Sport-Touring Motorcycle Reviews
A sport-touring bike blends the features of a sportbike and a touring bike. Sport-tourers are more comfortable and with greater luggage-carrying capacity than a sportbike, but far more agile than a ponderous luxury-touring rig. They have a more relaxed, upright seating position than sportbikes and usually come with some sort of saddlebags.
Take our Best ADV winner and add the engine from our Bike of the Year. The result? the 2015 KTM 1290 Super Adventure R.
Suzuki puts a little more adventure into its very popular mid-sizeadventure bike with the V-Strom 650XT.
The Kawasaki Versys 650 gets a major makeover with a sportier look and increased touring capability.
The 1976 R 100 RS was the first mass-produced motorcycle in the world to come with a full frame-mounted fairing, a bike that immediately
When Kawasaki announced its 2015 lineup, there were a couple of desirable models that were conspicuous by their absence.
No bike I’ve ridden before lights up the wild-eyed street people of the OC quite like Honda’s new NM4.
BMW’s new entry into the sport-adventure-touring class has been spotted undergoing final testing.
According to my weather app, it was 100 degrees the night we rode in on our Middleweight Sport-Touring Shootout
We hoped to test the new BMW R1200RT in a sport-touring shootout, but a faulty rear shock shaft ruined those plans.
Given the choice, would Soichiro Honda prefer to be riding the BMW K1600GTL Exclusive over his company’s Gold Wing?
The 2014 Yamaha Super Tenere ES has do-it-all competence that impresses but stops short of being class-leading.
Aprilia enters the ultra-competitive Adventure-Touring market with guns a-blazing with the new Caponord 1200.
The first time you roll on the FJR1300ES’s throttle with a stretch of open road in front of you, you realize why it’s so popular.
Honda has taken a risk and created a niche market unto itself in the Sport-Touring-Bagger with the CTX1300.