Standard Motorcycle Reviews
Standard-type motorcycles have a riding position midway between the forward-rotated position of a sportbike and the reclined arrangement of a cruiser, putting the rider in a very natural position not unlike a low dirtbike. Standards often have little or no fairing and limited bodywork, and many are appropriately termed as Naked bikes. Standards are popular for commuting and other city riding, as the upright riding position is comfortable and gives greater visibility in traffic.
John Burns takes Triumph’s latest, greatest all-new Bonneville variant, the Bobber, through the rolling countryside outside Madrid, Espana.
Each new naked demands of us another shootout. The catalyst this time around is Yamaha’s R1-powered FZ-10. Introduced in July as a 2017 model, the new FZ-10 stands as the only liter-size Japanese streetfighter offering enough performance and attitude to bring the fight to the currently dominant nakeds
Triumph has released a video teasing what looks to be a new Street
BMW’s hoping the little G310R will capture the hearts of future S1000R riders.
Triumph’s updated Speed Triple, specifically the “S” base model, already impressed us tremendously once this year. Let’s see what the “R” model can do.
Ducati’s Monster is the O.G. of naked sportbikes,
After hearing our beginners’ perspective, it’s time for the MO editors play around with four street-legal 125cc motorcycles.
The principality of Monaco is an imbecilic location for a motorcycle ride. After all, the independent microstate on the French Riviera isn’t even
Ditch the Ninja 650’s fairings, restyle the headlight, give it some handlebars and give it a new name. Say hello to the Z650.
EICMA and Intermot have come and gone and the question on most American consumers’ minds is which of the wonderful new models will be making their way to the U.S.?
Honda Grom takes on the Kawasaki Z125, Kymco K-Pipe 125, and SSR Motorsports Razkull 125
Kawasaki tipped its cap at Intermot last month about
Husqvarna’s new Vitpilen 401 is focused on “providing
The 2017 Monster 797 borrows the air-cooled 803cc L-Twin from Ducati’s Scrambler models and repackages it for use in its newest naked.