Honda’s First-Ever All-Electric Motocross Bike To Entice Young Riders
If you’re a motorcycle rider, there’s a high chance you’d want your kid to follow the same path and there’s no better way today than doing it in an eco-friendly way.
Meet the Honda CRF-E2 electric motocross bike which does exactly this.
Catered towards young motocross enthusiasts, this is a result of Honda’s partnership with Greenger Powersports who is responsible for the design, distribution, and manufacturing of the CRF-E2. Yet, the bike remains an official licensed Honda product, so no need to fret about quality and reliability. Let’s take a closer look.
It’s Official: Motorcycling Makes You A Better Person
Who Said Retro Can’t Be Modern? This Quirky Yamaha Proves Otherwise
The Yamaha Vino has been a popular scooter in the Japanese market since the late 1990s and has established itself as an easy-going city scooter for the masses. And to make this already likable package more delectable, Yamaha has updated it for 2022. Though the update is mainly visual, it is still a welcome update that adds to the scooter’s appeal.
The Aussies Finally Get Their Hands On The 2022 CFMoto 300SR & 300NK
The 250-300cc motorcycle segment has a plethora of options from all leading two-wheeler companies. And the only way to be successful in this tight space is by regularly updating the bikes.
This is exactly what Chinese bikemaker CFMoto has done for 2022, as both the fully-faired 300SR and the streetfighter 300NK have been updated with new color options and features.
Politics and Motorcycles: MV Agusta’s Russian Boss Condemns Putin
If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Ducati Multistrada V4 Tweaked For 2022
Pan America Helps Harley Davidson to Healthy Profits
Ducati Smashes Sales Record in 2021 Thanks To Multistrada V4
European Bike of the Year is a Ducati: Harley Pan America a Close Second
Harley Davidson Was The Most Improved Manufacturer in 2021
Would You Buy an Electric Motorbike That Cost $1300?
Electric bikes are inevitable but do they have to be so expensive? Not according to this Kenyan manufacturer, which is planning on transforming personal transport in Africa by making its product so affordable and practical. Could it find a market in the West?
Video: The Rise and Fall And Rise Of Harley Davidson
The story of Harley Davidson is one of a motorcycle that came to be as American as apple pie. But it’s not been an easy ride. This interesting video traces the incredible highs and plummeting lows of an American icon and points out the problems facing the company.
Norton: The Next Chapter Is Being Written As We Speak
2022 MotoGP Calendar Released: It’s the Longest Season Ever
New Study Shows Just How Beneficial Motorcycles Are to You, The Environment and the Economy
Will MotoGP Get A New Manufacturer In 2023?
At first glance, that headline could seem a bit confusing. GasGas is a Spanish manufacturer of enduro and MX bikes, so what would it be doing moving into MotoGP? Well, now it is part of the KTM group of companies, along with Husqvarna and with Husqvarna moving further into eco-friendly territory and with new acquisition GasGas needing an image boost in view of its move into road bikes, MotoGP could be the perfect platform.
Take a Look at the New Ducati V4 Granturismo Engine
Ducati progresses the fight for sportbike dominance with its new V4 Granturismo engine. Rather than pigeonholing the plant in just a narrow slice of bikes, Ducati built this engine to be a viable choice for use on street, track, and dirt. Electronics change the lump’s personality to suit a wide range of applications to give it a healthy dose of versatility. Plus, it comes in a compact package that is significantly shorter to allow for lower seat heights and further expand its candidacy throughout the factory’s range of platforms.
Triumph to Build MX and Enduro Bikes
Triumph has a long history of off-road competition success but that was a very long time ago. Since the company was resurrected by John Bloor 30 years ago, it has succeeded in every category of road and adventure bike it has entered. The only avenue left open to Triumph was true off-road Motocross and Enduro bikes and, while rumours have been swirling for a while, today it became official; Triumph will build proper off-road bikes. There are few details but Triumph has said that the bikes will be new from the ground up, which could be taken to mean there will be no outsourced engineering other than suspension, brakes and electronics.