Ducati’s best selling bike is the Multistrada, and for good reason – it’s powerful, sophisticated and packed full of electronic trickery. But there’s a new ‘Strada for 2015. We went to Lanzarote to see how the latest updates faired.
Honda told us a while ago that they would be bumping up their CBR250R to (close to) 300. It’s finally arrived and Costa gets a chance to ride it at Georgia’s Roebling Road track.
A few days ago we gave you a world scoop riding the new Yamaha R3. But how is it on the track? Costa and ‘Arris take it out for a few laps.
Not so long ago Europe was a divided continent between east and west. Not so now. Costa takes the tough assignment to sample the eastern countries, courtesy of Edelweiss Bike Travel.
“It wanted to shoot skyward when topping the crest going onto the front straight, it wanted to leave terra firma when cresting the hill on the back straight, it wanted to part company with the asphalt pretty much any time the throttle was opened hard exiting turns, especially turns that exited on a slope.” Costa rides the Panigale 1299S
Ducati are pushing its new Scrambler collection harder than ink through hairy skin. CMG’s Costa Mouzouris flies with the Hipster crowd through a Ducati extravaganza of a launch
BMW adds the new liquid-cooled heads boxer motor to its R1200R, along with a more aggressive redesign. We send Costa to Spain to check it out.
Costa tries out the reintroduced Harley-Davidson Road Glide, now with Project Rushmore shine.
Honda’s NM4 certainly seems to get a lot of reaction from its design, but how is it to ride? Costa gets the short straw.
Our test pilot even customizes the bike for fun; now, he’s trying to figure out how to scrape together a deposit.