Triumph gives us a few more peeks at the soon-to-be-released big bore Scrambler.
Here’s another, sportier, take on Guzzi’s V9 Bobber platform, available in Canada this January.
Here’s what the next Beemer superbike will look like. Expect it this fall.
Indian released details of next year’s pricing, bodywork changes, dozens of photos, and stereo upgrades today.
More power comes to all models, along with improved quickshifter and other upgrades.
Indian includes riding modes, rear cylinder deactivation and better stereos on new bikes.
ABS is now standard on all Scout, Scout Sixty and Scout Bobber machines, except for models with Thunder Black paint.
Harley-Davidson also announces revised options for other models, including CVO line, Trike and Touring models.
At 230 hp, is this the most powerful street-legal production motorcycle available today?
Some of these upgrades probably won’t be available in Canada.