Ducati Hypermotard 939 SP review + Video review
I’ve just come back from Barcelona and now I’m pissed off with Ducati. I’ve been trying my damned hardest to save up my cash this year for sensible things, and then they go and release a bike like the Hypermotard 939. A bike that has me written all over it. A bike that’s likely to convince me...
Ducati 959 Panigale Review (First Ride)
We head out to Valencia for the launch of the Ducati Panigale 959. We get the low-down from the horse's mouth on the exhaust that everybody's talking about. For every new bike we review we take a look at a used option. So, here's a slightly more affordable option, the 848.
2016 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin Review
We headed out to Valencia for our first ride of the new 2016 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin. Not sure about the helmet though!
Ducati Monster 1200R - Review
It's not everyday you get a chance to ride Ducati's brand new Monster 1200R, and it's certainly not everyday you get to do that at Ascari's private race track in Spain. Here we do both...
2015 Honda Fireblade
We wanted to see how the 2015 Honda Fireblade compares to the more modern superbikes.
2015 Yamaha R1 vs Upgraded R1 Review
Luke heads to Silverstone to test Yamaha’s new flagship superbike, the 2015 YZF-R1, and pits it up against a highly modified R1 with over £5,000 worth of goodies bolted on, including: an Akrapovic exhaust, Ohlins suspension and super sticky Pirelli Supercorsa tyres!
Suzuki GSX-S1000F First Ride
We head to the stunning Isle Of Man for the launch of the new Suzuki GSX-S1000F. It looks like a sports tourer, but is it!
Yamaha MT09 Review
At last, we get our hands on the MT09. Luke struggles to keep the front wheel down!
Yamaha NMAX review | 125cc scooter test
There are at least 2,000 reasons Yamaha built the new 125cc NMAX. That’s roughly how many Honda PCX scooters were sold in the UK last year putting them right at the top of the 2014 sales list, and unsurprisingly, Yamaha wants in.
Moto Guzzi Audace review
Let’s get one thing straight: the Audace looks the dog’s nuts. Muscular, fierce, finished in matt black, it has all the ingredients that make the Diavel such a great bike to look at. And like the Ducati, there’s a big V-twin cradled in that frame. Except instead of a fast-revving 1200cc...