Scooter trash, take notice! Check out the new machines for 2012.
All the signs point to Suzuki’s exit.
Big Red gives their sport tourer traction cont, tweaks optional dual-clutch transmission.
Hot on the heals of their ever so successful CBR250R, Honda have given us a sneak peak at their new CRF250L dual sport based on the same 22 bhp, 223 cc liquid cooled single motor.
Manufacturer says all-titanium valves are a first on production bike.
Kymco breaks away from scooters to build us another motorcycle.
New battery bike concept is all about high-tech retro styling.
Moto Guzzi has updated their transverse V-twin powerplant, and installed it in a couple new versions of the V7.
If you’re a Yamaha fan then you may be wondering if they’re planning on doing anything new for 2012. Well, don’t write them off yet as they’ve just put up a web page with some of the new stuff that they’ll be showing at the upcoming Tokyo Motorcycle Show.
Perhaps creating a new scooter category, Piaggio introduces the X10 luxury maxi-scooter.