The Enduro Pro is basically the same as the standard 1200 Enduro model, with the same chassis, engine, and electronics package, but there are a few updates.
A good-looking custom build is always interesting, but it’s even better when the end result appears to be functional as well.
The FS450 has goodies like traction control, launch control, and a slipper clutch.
With the V-Rod platform in decline, Harley-Davidson’s next factory dragster will be based on the Street platform.
Speedy Working Motorcycles models will be available this summer, imported by Motorsports Canada; the enduros will be here first, but street-legal bikes will follow.
The new CCM Spitfire Scrambler is a minimalist take on an old-school concept, but with modern suspension and brakes. Too bad they’re so pricey.
Yamaha has unveiled a massive V-twin tourer aimed directly at the North American cruiser market. Canadian MSRP is $31,999.
The rumoured timeline will see both bikes updated in 2019, so Gixxer fans will just have to wait another year.
Brit bike brand is set to triple production after bringing in money to hire more workers and buy tooling.
The Husqvarna street lineup seems to be headed in the neo-retro direction.