Sportbikes offer the most advanced motorcycle design technology available and are designed for optimum speed, acceleration, braking and maneuverability. They have a more aerodynamic design than other classes of bikes and are a thrill to ride for experienced motorcyclists, especially in high-performance situations such as a trackday down at your local racetrack. However, comfort and amenities usually suffer at an inverse proportion to how quick they are around a racetrack.
This week, we pay homage to Massimo Tamburini’s other classic, the MV Agusta F4.
For the unretired class clown there are no better motorcycles than these two ’tards.
A look back at Ducati’s first liquid-cooled Monster.
Any motorcycle with “motard” in its name compels us with a childlike enthusiasm to act like even bigger MOrons.
On tight and twisty ribbons of asphalt, the MV Agusta Rivale is an absolutely sublime machine.
We have been abnormally excited about comparing the Ducati 899 Panigale, MV Agusta F3 and Suzuki GSX-R750.
A look back at one of the last production two-strokes sold in America.
Remember when superbikes from the late-‘80s were 750s and were the baddest motorcycles on the track, the ones we paid our hard-earned money to go watch
Aprilia’s Tuono V4R is one of the most scintillating and capable sportbikes ever made.
How do the new Ducati 899 Panigale and MV Agusta F3 800 stack up on paper against the reigning class king – the Suzuki GSX-R750?
When Paul Taylor grants you permission to ride his super exclusive carbon fiber Moto2 race bike, it’s not something you turn down.
MV Agusta’s heart is in racing, and this passion is evident with every lap aboard the F3 800. The faster you ride it, the more it rewards you.
KTM’s 1290 Super Duke R is a wonderfully adaptable sportbike with a massively powerful V-Twin engine and an exemplary chassis.
To understand the Taylormade Moto2 racer, we’ll start at the center and work our way outward.