The latest bike reviews from our team

2013 Kawasaki Z800 naked Review 3 years ago

Kawasaki Z800 Sports Tourer (2012 - ) review

The Kawasaki Z800 is one of the surprising stars of the middleweight roadster class, being stylish, smooth yet pokey, beautifully balanced, refined and, above all, fun.
2014 Triumph Tiger Sport Review 3 years ago

Triumph Tiger Adventure (2006 - ) review

Updated ‘adventure sports’ may still feel old and basic but Triumph’s Tiger Sport is also charismatic, versatile, entertaining and decent value.
2014 Honda CBR1000RR Review 3 years ago

Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade CBR1000RR (2004 - ) review

The Honda CBR1000RR, or Fireblade as it’s more commonly known, may have fallen slightly behind the very latest electronics-equipped MotoGP replicas, but is still a super-refined, classy superbike.
Ducati Multistrada (2015 - ) expert review Review 3 years ago

Ducati Multistrada Adventure (2003 - ) review

The original Multistrada 1200 was a revolutionary gem of an all-rounder back in 2010. The all-new 2015 version, now with variable valve technology and more, is even better yet.
Review 3 years ago

Harley-Davidson 1200 Custom Cruiser review

The Harley-Davidson 1200 Sportster is the larger capacity brother to the 883 Sportster family. Identical in virtually every way and performance boost costs a premium – but for the most part, it’s worth it.
Yamaha Tricity (2014 - ) expert review Review 3 years ago

Yamaha Tricity Three Wheeler (2014 - ) review

The Yamaha Tricity is an excellent addition to the three-wheeler class, it's nimble, agile and economical. The only downside is that it can't be ridden on a car licence
Yamaha MT-07 (2014 - ) expert review Review 3 years ago

Yamaha MT-07 Naked (2014 - ) review

The Yamaha MT-07 is quite simply one of the best bikes on sale today. It combines fun, value and performance on a scale never seen before.
Yamaha YZF-R1 (2015 - ) expert review Review 3 years ago

Yamaha YZF-R1 Super Sports (2015 - ) review

The Yamaha YZF-R1 (2015 - ) is a fabulous sports bike. Focussed, furiously fast, great-to-ride, but not intimidating, it puts Yamaha right at the head of the super sports class