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European sales contributed significantly to Ducati’s continued growth – with many markets reporting double digit growth – sales in Italy grew by 20%, by 38% in Spain, and by 8% in Germany. America is Ducati's number one market, where it sold 8,787 bikes last year. Source:...

Approaching the bike at first, it’s easy to think its allegiance falls along the same lines as BMW’s R1150GS. Looking much like something out of a Cagney space flick as penned by Hunter S Thompson whilst in the midst of a Jimson Weed escapade, the...

The “bang-for-the-buck” king is better than ever, with a host of upgrades that improve performance and rideability, and sharp, aggressive new styling befitting its sporting nature. Source: http://ridermagazine.com/2017/02/17/2017-yamaha-fz-09-first-ride-review/...

We're here for a lightning day out with Triumph's new naked sporty-roadster. Half a day on the Catalan mountain roads behind Barca, then a half-day supersaver trackday ticket for Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. And we're riding the top-spec RS version of the 2017 Street Triple: the...

With the H2R Kawasaki have unleashed their crazy 998cc supercharged inline four superbike to the world and we absolutely love it. Wrapped up in a trellis frame, single-sided swingarm and carbon-fibre Transformer styling it comes in two flavors but both feature a premium pricetag. We’d...

Power comes from a liquid-cooled 600cc single-cylinder engine that makes a claimed 55hp and 43lb/ft torque. The engine is housed in a hand-welded British T45 carbon steel frame, for which the team enlisted the skills of Ted Unwin, one of the original members of CCM...