The most significant trend in today’s motorcycle industry is the shifting of focus away from the aging baby-boomer crowd of wanna-be Hell’s Angel accountants and orthodontists who fueled the last Harley boom towards the young, trendy urbanites who will, hopefully, catch the 2-wheeled fire and fan its flames for the next 30-40 years of their […]
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This is Suzuki’s EXTrigger concept bike. A bike that’s been designed and built to go toe-to-toe with Honda’s hot-selling, genre-defying Grom 125 cc urban-assault bike with more aggressive styling, a more upright riding position, and an “automatic” twist-and-go riding experience. Suzuki went a even further than in raising the bar set by the little Grom […]
What’s the best motorcycle for new riders? In 2013, the answer has to be Honda’s new CTX700, a high MPG middleweight with an automatic transmission that hopes to attract riders from all walks of life with style, reliability, and a low pricetag.
While 2012 hasn’t been a great year for Fisker Automotive, the luxury hybrid car maker is still chugging along and looking forward. A new report suggests that Fisker is currently planning a third “entry level” model due to compete with the most successful plug-in hybrid on the market, the Chevy Volt. But will this affordable Fisker arrive in time?
After busting up Kawasaki’s US monopoly on sporting 250s with its own CBR250 model, Honda seems bent on conquering the 500 cc streetbike class – a niche that hasn’t seen many occupants since both Buell and Kawasaki cancelled their Blast! and Ninja 500 models, respectively. The evidence? Check out these photos of the new Honda […]