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.
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.
Neale Bayly is one of the fortunate few to have ridden a pre-production Motus MST.
A look back at BMW’s uber sport-tourer.
An extremely practical motorcycle very few people wanted.
Three years after its introduction, the Kawasaki Ninja 1000 has updated with a host of performance improvements.
Back in 2008, Can-Am shook up the motorcycling world by introducing its
With its light weight and long list of amenities, the 2013 Ducati Multistrada S is our favorite Sport-Touring motorcycle of the year.
You may look at these three bikes and think to yourself this is a no-brainer, the Beemer easily bests the other two for sport-touring honors. That’s
Ducati’s new-for-2013 Hyperstrada wheelies, slides the rear wheel, jumps curbs, is nimble and flickable, and a hoot in urban environments. Characteristics,