A seller in New Hampshire has two examples of BMW’s “Last Edition” bikes from 1984. It was a model name that did not age well! Back in 1984, BMW sold a limited run of bikes which were supposed to signify the end of the 1,000cc boxer engine bikes in the US – this is back when BMW though the K-bike/Flying …
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Last month we saw some great bikes – but did they sell? And if so, for how much?
After months of teasing, Indian finally announced the FTR 1200 (and the up-spec FTR 1200 S) today at INTERMOT. When I reviewed the Indian Scout and the Scout Bobber, I mentioned that I desperately wanted Indian to make a standard bike with the Scout drivetrain, and many commenters agreed. Well, here it is. What do you think?
Congratulations to “Eff Emm”, who was the first to correctly answer this week’s “Guess That Bike” with the suggestion that Jeff M has just bought a KTM 1290 Super Duke GT to replace his Yamaha FJ-09!
It’s rare that I get a press release that truly captures my interest – most of the time it’s something similar to “here’s a bike that makes 2 more horsepower than the previous generation thanks to a new airbox design” and I’m yawning after the first sentence. But when I hear from the guys from Hugo Moto, I’m inclined to …
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This week I’ll be trying out the current lineup from Benelli motorcycles – if you read that post you’ll know that Benelli’s US importer is SSR Motorsports, and they’ve got their own bikes to sell you. Next week I’ll get a taste of their Buccaneer Cafe and Buccaneer Classic, two 250cc v-twin powered machines that SSR calls “authentic back to …