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.
Yamaha announced a new sport-tourer based off of its MT-07/FZ-07 platform dubbed the Tracer 700.
What may have initially looked like a slightly warmed over 2015 FJR – when viewed solely through the spec sheet – becomes an attractive update to an established platform.
If I had to choose a bike to ride across this vast country to a trackday, it’d probably be this one.
We probably didn’t need to travel to Spain to find out the Super Duke GT is a terrific motorcycle.
Triumph announced an updated Tiger Sport featuring
A “sport-tourer” is kind of a silly concept, if you think about it – take the biggest, slowest, worst-handling sort of bike and combine it with the smallest, fastest, best-handling. It’s like crossing an F-18 with the Goodyear Blimp, and nobody will be happy.
Yamaha has listened to the demands of its customers, and equipped the FJR1300A and FJR1300ES with a sixth gear.
KTM turned MO’s 2014 Motorcycle of the Year into a very sporty sports tourer.
Ducati announced an updated three-bike Hypermotard and Hyperstrada lineup featuring a larger 937cc engine.
KTM Italy has released information about the new Super Duke 1290 GT, a bike that will debut next month at EICMA.
Nine bikes, six days and 2,000 miles are the key ingredients for our 2015 Ultimate Sport-Touring Adventure Shootout.
If the new XR is a pair of stiletto-heeled red pumps, the BMW R1200RS is your favorite pair of hiking boots.
Has anybody built a proper “adventure bike” with an inline-Four cylinder before this one?
Our 2014 Motorcycle of the Year, KTM’s 1290 Super Duke R, is getting a new stablemate.