1. DaveM

    Most Anticipated 2021 Motorcycles

    In a typical year, your friendly Motorcycle.com staff would have already attended several new bike introductions with others under embargo and secretly waiting on our calendar deep within the bowels of the MO Tower’s security center. (Look to the east of the Nakatomi Plaza, and there we are.)...
  2. DaveM

    Ducati Multistrada 950 S vs BMW F 900 XR vs Triumph Tiger 900 GT – Spec Comparison

    Ducati Multistrada 950 S vs BMW F 900 XR vs Triumph Tiger 900 GT The middle-weight touring motorcycle segment sees a fresh red hot offering, and it’s straight out of Bologna. Yes, we’re talking about a Ducati and it’s the new 2020 Multistrada 950 S. It’s safe to say that this segment is popping...
  3. DaveM

    2010 Triumph Street Triple R Vs. 2011 Ducati Monster 796 Shootout

    Ten years ago, there were no orange motorcycles from Austria to challenge the middleweight might of the British Empire, and so it was left to the Romans and their red ones to defend the realm against the Britons. Heck, ten years before that there weren’t any decent British middleweights either...
  4. DaveM

    Triumph and James Bond Pair Up in “No Time To Die”

    Two Models are Featured The new James Bond trailer recently dropped and there are Triumph motorcycles in the film. Two different models. There’s the all-new Tiger 900 and the Scrambler 1200 XE. In the film cars and motorcycles play a prominent role. There are the usual Aston Martin vehicles...
  5. DaveM

    World’s top 10 ugly motorcycles

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so a motorbike that one rider might consider beautiful could appear so ugly to others they veer off the road in disgust! Most motorcycles are more attractive than just about any of the cars on the road, especially modern models that seem to look more like...
  6. DaveM

    Whats Up With The Ducati Sixty2?

    Ask MO Anything: Why a 399cc Scrambler? Dear MOby, Has anybody noticed Ducati’s new 399cc motorcycle? I guess I missed it if it was in the news. Ducati’s Sixty2 Scrambler only runs 399cc, yet the MSRP is at a lofty $7,995. What gives? I know Ducati offers a premium product, but I’ve heard bad...


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