The Italian motorcycle-maker’s latest triple comes with the best manners in MV’s three-cylinder history.
Peugeot’s inexpensive Kisbee 50 takes on the similarly-sized but slightly posher Vespa and acquits itself well.
In just a few years soldiers will fly Hoverbikes over treacherous terrain while consumers could glide around their backyards.
Classic bike enthusiasts may cringe when they see what James Currie delivers at Grand National Rod and Custom Show.
A look at British 350 and 500 single cylinder bikes from a time before Japanese multi-cylinder machines arrived on the scene.
Ticking the personalising boxes on a new motorcycle’s spec sheet is not easy.
Neil Manchester plans to keep his fully restored 1955 16MCS AJS competition trial model motorcycle until he dies.
Better looks and additional security improve the Sprint 150.
Honda's sumptuous CTX1300 is amazingly over-equipped.
Allegations of ''hysteria'' and sabotage are flying as the Island Bay cycleway dispute heats up.
Bob Weber's simple plan to design a safer helmet for dirt bike riders has shaken up the industry.
There wasn’t much wrong with the parallel-twin-powered Kawasaki Versys 650 that a few extra ponies couldn’t fix.
The NZ Classic Motorcycle Collection in Nelson has grown by 12, including the first of John Britten's revolutionary racers.
In a bid to improve workplace safety, the Department of Conservation plans to phase out all quad bikes by the end of the year.
Honda enters street legal superbike race with a race replica retailing for an eye-popping NZ$263,000.
BMW's twin also has a more exciting personality and an improved riding dynamic.
It's a trike Jim, but not as we know it.
Market target novices find plenty of fun and favour in Yamaha's odd-but-practical Tricity.
Looking the part, Ducati's new Scrambler brings agile handling and a heap of torque to the retro bike set.
KTM’s edgy commuter single looks as if its ready for the track, says PAUL OWEN.
Goodwood Festival of Speed will host the global public debut of the astonishing Bienville Legacy.
By making it cooler to look-at, Honda made its VFR800X the bike it should always have been.
The Radikal Chopper started life as a Ducati 2015 Scrambler won in a design challenge.
The iconic Britten No.1 motorcycle was stripped "naked" for a world-first public display of its private parts in Nelson.
Yamaha’s new MT-09 expunges previous misgivings and becomes the best of its type in terms of bangs-for-the-buck.
You could say that US custom motorcycle builder Larry Moore is on a roll with his latest creation.
For all its size, the Honda Valkyrie proves to be an easy-riding power cruiser.
Jobless ex-Top Gear presenters net NZ$154,500 in selling off a dozen classic motorcycles at auction.
Restored Suzuki GS 650 motorbike may not be practical but it is fun to ride.
Ducati's newest bike is a feel-good machine designed to attract newcomers to the famous brand.