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.
The new Multistrada is completely overhauled, with nary a part carried over save the four sparkplugs.
An Aprilia Caponord in Adventure-Touring trim.
The 2015 Aprilia Caponord Rally sails through as the Noale firm’s flagship touring and adventure bike.
If you read our review of the SDR, then this look at the KTM 1290 Super Adventure will sound familiar.
Finally, the Kawasaki Versys 1000 will be coming Stateside.
The 2015 Versys 650 LT marks the third iteration and first big update of Kawasaki’s VERsatile SYStem.
The Versys 1000 has actually been produced since 2012, but until now its unconventional styling coupled with a relatively soft U.S. motorcycle
An unsung hero, the Kawasaki Versys 650 gets significant upgrades and more versatility
The thrilling Yamaha FZ-09 gets friendlier and more versatile.
Tor Sagen, has just completed riding the 2015 MV Agusta Stradale 800 in Southern Spain.
What’s to love about the 2015 Concours? How about everything we loved about the previous generation – and then some.
Was the WunderBoxer worth the wait? Why, yes.
The 2015 Kawasaki Concours14 ABS boasts a litany of improvements including a new electrically adjustable windshield, revised linked braking settings, a
MV Agusta takes the wildly fun Rivale and turns it into a light tourer