On-Off Road Motorcycle Reviews
There are a variety of bikes in this category, often termed Dual-Sport or Dual-Purpose. They look similar in many ways to dirt or MX motorcycles but are built for use on streets and highways in addition to off-road. As public land becomes scarcer and riding areas are less accessible, the street-licensed dual-sport opens up more opportunity for riding locations. As with any machine that is built for disparate purposes, Dual-Sports are always a compromise between light-weight dirt performance and comfortable street abilities. There are also two sub-categories: Adventure-Tourers, which are large dual-sports that can be taken on long trips for riders who don’t want to stop riding when the pavement ends; and there are also Supermoto bikes that are hybrids built from a dirt bike platform for racing or riding on pavement. These hooligan machines make excellent city-goers and can dismantle a tight and twisty canyon quicker than pretty much anything out there.
Hats off to Conan and Ivanov for building something fast, fun and slightly crazy… and then riding it in a way not even an Austrian would consider
Yamaha revealed a new scrambler version of the Bolt with the new SCR950 joining the brand’s Sport Heritage family.
What the hell is this thing anyway? We were all so caffeinated about the new Africa Twin that when Honda
A 390 Adventure will provide competition to Royal Enfield’s Himalayan model
The Honda CRF250L looks just like a real MXer but it gets 60-plus mpg and you don’t need a ladder to climb on.
Indian manufacturer Royal Enfield revealed its much-awaited adventure bike, the Himalayan.
The 2016 Husqvarna 701 Enduro delivers the perfect combination of power, handling and suspension on or off the trail
When we tested the Zero SR, we wondered when its hot-rod motor and controller would appear on the DS.
The Adventure-Touring segment faces new challengers from Ducati, Honda and Triumph
The Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin proved to be a very capable off-roader whether aboard the standard or DCT model.
The Africa Twin is one of the most beloved Hondas
Benelli revealed a new scrambler called the Leoncino, or “lion cub” powered by a new 500cc parallel-Twin engine.
Honda is dipping its toe in the suddenly trendy scrambler waters, introducing the CB Six50 concept model.
Moto Guzzi reached into its past, reviving the name Stornello for its new scrambler.