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Resurrected European brand Husqvarna is continuing to develop its product range with a new model, called the Svartpilen 125, as it makes its first foray into the A1/learner bike market.
For many of us, Kawasaki’s KLR650 is a long forgotten relic of the 1980s.
Having teased us for over a year, Suzuki has announced a new version of its legendary Hayabusa – and it will be on sale in the UK from next month, at £16,499.
When it comes to hearing protection, not all riders hold earplugs in the same high regard as the rest of their essential kit. As this is Tinnitus Awareness Week, we’re explaining why you really should.
A new factory and headquarters for reborn British motorcycle company Norton is set to open by the end of March, creating over 50 new jobs at a dedicated facility in Solihull.
KTM has given its big bore adventure touring model, the 1290 Super Adventure, a high tech makeover for 2021, with the base ‘S’ level machine gaining new styling, better electronics and improved suspension.
Changes to CBT (Compulsory Basic Training) testing are needed to ensure thousands of key workers can remain on the road
BMW Motorrad has become the first major motorcycle manufacturer to pull out of the big international motorcycle shows – a move that could spur others on to do the same.
Triumph has announced an all-new version of its famous Speed Triple, with a brand spanking 1160cc three-cylinder