Honda Launch New Africa Twin Adventure Sport

There can be absolutely no doubt that the re-introduction of the Africa Twin has been a roaring success over the last two years. Honda’s original bike developed a real cult following, but the latest model has real universal appeal – bigger than some middleweight competitors, but smoother and less imposing off-road than some of the heavyweights. […]

Ari’s CB350 Triumphs At Sonoma

The American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association, or AHRMA for short, is the largest vintage motorcycle race club in the USA. When they announced a 2-day event at California’s Sonoma Raceway, bike journalist and classic race enthusiast couldn’t resist entering on his 1968 Honda CB350. Ari entered himself into the Sportsman 350 class, but soon found […]

ContiRoadAttack 3 Wet Test

In the brand new issue of RiDE Magazine, senior tester Bruce Dunn heads to Bruntingthorpe to test out the wet-weather credentials of the very latest sport touring tyres including the high performance ContiRoadAttack 3. With temperatures hitting just 6°C and the handling circuit covered in standing water, conditions were perfect for putting the Kawasaki Z1000SX […]

The World’s Fastest GS

Meet Trev Richter – adventure riding coach and serious thrill seeker. He’s currently building up to a world record at the famous Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, whilst also raising funds for the Motorcycle Relief Project which helps combat veterans to overcome the effects of PTSD. However it’s not just the speed that’s raising eyebrows, but […]

Husqvarna 701 Enduro Tested

Husqvarna’s 701 Enduro is seen as the less aggressive, more manageable cousin to KTM’s superb 690 Enduro R. Underneath, both bikes have quite a lot in common – like parent firm KTM’s very latest liquid-cooled, 690cc single-cylinder power plant. The Austrian firm’s engineers worked wonders when bring the engine into line with Euro 4 regulations, […]