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2018 Aprilia Dorsoduro 900 First Ride Review

I asked around at the launch of the Dorsoduro (and Shiver) 900, why was this bike named “Dorsoduro”? I know what the Dorsoduro is and have visited the district

2018 Kawasaki KLX250 First Ride Review

In the 1960s and early ’70s, small dual-sport bikes were a common and affordable way for new riders to enter into the world of motorcycling.

Here’s How Ford Justifies Its New $100,000 Truck

$100,000: It’s the amount of money the Red Sox sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees for. It’s a sum big enough to name a candy

2018 Aprilia Shiver 900 First Ride Review

When Aprilia invited Motorcycle.com to the press introduction for the 2018 Shiver 900 first ride, I thought, hadn’t that model been announced at EICMA 2016 as an upcoming 2017

2018 Honda CB650F First Ride Review

Tuesday I wrote about the CBR650F; today it’s the new 2018 CB650F. It loses an “R,” its fairing and clip-on handlebars – and gains a nice aluminum handlebar and

Huawei Band 2 Pro review : Huawei’s new tracker is packed to the gills

The Band 2 Pro is an affordable, feature-packed fitness tracker that delivers great GPS performance. The design is generic and uninspiring, and the heart rate

2018 Harley-Davidson Low Rider Review – First Ride : Same profile, different heart

I’ll go ahead and start with this: I’ve never been a fan of the Low Rider. Clearly that puts me at odds with tons of

2018 Honda CBR650F First Ride Review

Once upon a time there was the Honda CBR600F, or Hurricane as it was called in the U.S. The magazines tripped all over themselves and

Swimming with Apple Watch Series 3 and Fitbit Ionic

We give the two new swim-friendly fitness smartwatches the pool test With the Fitbit Ionic and Apple Watch Series 3 now available and battling it

2016-2018 Yamaha Bolt Review

As Yamaha’s “Made in the U.S.” cruiser line, Star shows its stuff with the 2018 lineup. The Bolt continues with that classic “bobber” style — high tank and short wheelbase — folks

2016-2017 Yamaha Smax Review

Building scooters is a somewhat funny business. You have overseas licensing conventions that force engine sizes into certain size brackets, and the displacement usually eases right up

Apple Watch watchOS 4 review: Apple’s smartwatch gets more intuitive with the new update

With watchOS 4, the Apple Watch is slicker and more enjoyable to use than ever. Apple has found new ways to reduce the time you

2018 Benelli TnT135 Preview

We were intrigued when Honda introduced its Grom for the 2014 model year, as the little 125cc street-legal playbike looked to be a fun and accessible way

2018 Benelli 302R Preview

An Italian is joining the small-displacement fun with the other kids, bringing to the U.S. market the 2018 Benelli 302R. The 302R carries the same

2018 Harley-Davidson Deluxe Review – First Ride

By now, most motorcyclists have learned of the big changes in the Harley-Davidson Softail line, how it has swallowed its Dyna siblings, added the Milwaukee-Eight engine, and

Fitbit Ionic review : Meet Fitbit’s smartwatch riposte to the Apple Watch

There’s a lot that we really like about Fitbit’s first smartwatch, but ultimately the software niggles make it difficult to put it in the same

2018 Polaris RZR Dynamix First Drive Review : Off-road witchcraft

For those unacquainted with the experience of offroading in a Polaris RZR, allow me a few brief words to familiarize you with the sensations. Dusty.

watchOS 4: The best new features coming to the Apple Watch

Apple first showed off its watchOS 4 operating system update back in June, with an expected release in the autumn. Now, as we near its

2016-2018 Honda Fury/ Stateline Review

The Honda designers targeted the outlaw chopper culture of the ’60s and ’70s, and managed to turn out a fairly faithful interpretation in the Fury, which is carried

2015-2018 Honda CB300F Review

New from 2015 and going strong in 2018, the CB300F from Honda is all about naked sportbike styling at an entry-level price and demeanor. A little bit lighter and with a

Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro guide: What you need to know about the new tracker

Meet the fitness tracker that’s going big on swimming Thanks to numerous leaks over the past couple of months, including some on Samsung’s own website,

Honda Civic Type R vs Ford Focus RS vs BMW M140i vs Seat Leon Cupra 300 review

Honda has, in recent years, developed a bit of a reputation for mucking about. Just look at the state of its Formula 1 engine programme, or

Campagna T-Rex 16SP Review

Okay, so it’s got a steering wheel and bucket seats, but it’s classified as a motorcycle in many states, and we weren’t going to turn

2018 Harley-Davidson CVO Street Glide Review – First Ride

In all the hoorah over the new Softail line, many riders may have missed the announcement of the Harley-Davidsontouring lineup for 2018. Although there weren’t many

2018 Suzuki GSX250R Review

New for the 2018 model year, Suzuki has released its quarter-liter sportbike, the GSX250R. Some may say Suzuki is a bit late to the game and ask: Why

Best Garmin watch 2017 : Choosing the right device for your needs

Whether it’s running, cycling or swimming we help your pick the perfect GPS partner The number of Garmin running watches continues to grow, making the task of

2018 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob 114 Review – First Ride

On August 22, 2017, Harley-Davidson turned the motorcycling world on its ear by announcing that it had scrapped the entire Dyna line of motorcycles and rolled it into a

Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro Hand-on Review

Key Features 1.5-inch curved Super AMOLED display Tizen OS Dual Core CPU 34g (large) 33g (small) 200 mAh battery Works with Android and iOS Samsung

Samsung Gear Sport vs Apple Watch 2: The battle of the fitness smartwatches

Samsung Gear Sport vs Apple Watch Series 2: Samsung’s shrunken down Gear Sport goes toe-to-toe with Apple’s fitness-focused smartwatch – but which should you buy? The original Samsung

2018 Polaris Slingshot SLR Review

Remember when the Slingshot first debuted and motorcyclists poo-poo’d the contraption as a waste of money that nobody would want? Well, it’s three years later and our