Touring Motorcycle Reviews
Touring bikes have been specifically designed for long-distance travel, and the biggest of this type have dozens of comfort and convenience amenities. Common features include large fairings and windshields for excellent protection from the elements, large-capacity fuel tanks for long ranges between fill-ups, and a considerable amount of stowage space for the luggage of a rider (and often) a passenger.
For 2014 the Ural Gear-Up benefits from modern technology without sacrificing its vexing charm.
Harley-Davidson is adding an entry-level light-touring Sportster model with the new SuperLow 1200T.
Manufacturers embroiled in a heated competition regard each other as an opportunity to hone their industrial might. They use their enemy to push themselves to innovate and improve. The benefactor is ultimately you, the consumer.
Our recent time with the Chieftain has only increased our respect for what Polaris has accomplished with Indian.
Just in time for the EICMA show in Milan, Honda has officially revealed the 2014 CTX1300 to the world press.
The new Indians may be media darlings and Harley-Davidson is king, but don’t underestimate the power of a Victory.
Harley-Davidson showcased its 2014 model year with a sonic boom of new technologies and updated motorcycles.
BMW has dominated our Best Touring Motorcycle class for years and 2013 is no exception.
Polaris used the backdrop of the the Sturgis motorcycle rally to unleash the latest generation of Indians on the motorcycling community.
We’ve now ridden the new Indian Chief and confidently predict that it will make a massive splash in the cruiser market. Our full review