6. Harley-Davidson Street 750



If you want to know how good Harley’s Street 750 is, just ask John Burns. The Burns clan, including JB’s kid, Ryan, may have put more miles on a Street 750 than the remaining combined staff of MO. (Check out Ryan’s take here.) Somehow, the Street 750 has managed to cross the generational divide by endearing itself to both the old man and the millennial. Now, with markedly improved braking performance, the 2016 Street 750 is a much better motorcycle, but not quite good enough to defeat Triumph’s pricier ($8,700) new Street Twin in our Retro Roadster Gaiternational Shootout.