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.
The Ultra Limited delivers first-class accommodations and the technological features touring riders expect.
For years, the Street Glide has been Harley’s best-selling model. making it a natural choice for sampling the Milwaukee-Eight 107ci engine.
Peace, love and understanding is what we’re all about here at MO, man, and on this excellent junket to the great Midwest, we made some serious
Development of the Chieftain Dark Horse goes back to the Chief Dark Horse, one of Indian’s most successful product launches.
Tthe very idea of the Magnum X-1 is contrary to stealth in any form.
While browsing Kawasaki’s and Star’s websites, we came across two models that had us asking, “They still make that?”
Piaggio revealed the new Moto Guzzi MGX-21 Flying Fortress bagger powered by the California 1400’s big Twin.
Yamaha announced several new or updated 2016 models including the new YZF-R1S.
After two years absence, the Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra returns as a 2016 model.
If you’re lucky, you’ve got at least one friend like this guy. You know, the one who’s always the ring leader, the one
We can’t think of a better way to void a Freedom 106’s warranty.
An unsung hero, the Kawasaki Versys 650 gets significant upgrades and more versatility
The thrilling Yamaha FZ-09 gets friendlier and more versatile.
Moto Guzzi revealed three new California variants joining the returning Custom and Touring models.