Whether budget-minded or commanding big dollars, these machines are cool either way, but sadly, you probably won’t be able to buy one here anytime soon.
The Europeans are playing it cautious for now, but there are still plenty of tasty machines to see at the Milan show.
KTM also says it’s bringing the 1290 Super Adventure S to our market, and that will arrive for the 2018 season; the 790 Duke will be a 2019 model.
New BMW-branded jackets, gloves, gear, boots, etc., will be hitting the market in the next few months, keeping you dry, warm and safe while you ride.
For now, this model (called the CV3) is at the concept stage, but it looks like the engineers have figured out the basics of making it work.
Canadian website doesn’t mention the upgrades, so we might have to wait to see them show up on bikes sold here.
Want MotoGP-style winglets on your superbike? The Aprilia Racing Factory Works program has some aerodynamic bodywork just for you!
A couple of Vespa’s long-running models see minor updates, including special edition versions with TFT dash.
New brakes, updated engine, refined bodywork, more comfort: The Piaggio MP3 is seeing a lot of changes for 2018.
Moto Guzzi has added the Milano, the Carbon, and the Rough to its lineup of machines in the V7 III family. No word yet on which ones are coming to Canada.