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Just because you’re a young rider, it doesn’t mean that you need to be stuck with a boring motorcycle.
As with most aspects of life, 2020 was a strange old year for motorcycle racing. Coronavirus meant that all the main series started late, ran behind closed doors and packed a condensed season into little more than three months.
It’s fair to say that the Ducati Monster is an icon for the Italian brand.
Riding a motorbike is a very inclusive activity. Whether you ride as a cheap way to get to work, get your kicks on sports bikes at weekends or are a dyed in the wool biker, there’s something for almost everyone in the motorcycling world.
Ducati has teamed up with supercar manufacturer Lamborghini to create a limited run special edition of the Diavel power cruiser, inspired by the ultra-exclusive 218mph Siàn FKP 37 hypercar.
Kawasaki has revealed an innovative new fairing for its all-conquering ZX-10R Ninja, using the input of its factory superstars to help as Jonathan Rea aims for an unprecedented seventh consecutive world superbike title aboard the lime green missile.
BMW has announced a new S1000R for 2021, utilising an all-new chassis and the latest generation S1000RR engine, for a lighter and more powerful incarnation of its flagship naked bike.
For more than 20 years, Yamaha’s YZF-R6 has been a standard bearer for the 600cc sports bike class.