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First launched back in 1998, Suzuki has announced that it is updating its venerable Burgman 400 with a heavily revised engine to meet the latest Euro5 emissions regulations and improve performance and fuel economy.
Japan’s big four motorcycle manufacturers (Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha) have announced that they have reached an agreement on the standardisation of swappable batteries for future generations of electric motorcycles.
Triumph Motorcycles, the biggest UK owned motorbike manufacturer, has announced that it has reached the halfway point of its electrification project
After more than three months off, MotoGP has reset and is due to kick off again in Qatar this weekend. It looks like being another intriguing year, and here are the 10 things we’re going to be looking out for.
Aprilia built its reputation on producing sporty 125 learner bikes and, for 2021, they are bringing out revamped versions of its two off-road styled A1 machines.
It’s been years in the making, but Harley-Davidson’s new Pan America 1250 adventure bike will be in showrooms in the next few months.
Triumph has taken the opportunity to use the incoming Euro5 emissions regulations to sharpen up its Modern Classic range, adding power and reducing weight to improve performance and handling of its most venerable models.
All-new British motorcycle firm Langen has revealed pictures and information about the development of the its new 250cc V-twin two-stroke road bike.
Premium Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV Agusta has announced a raft of updates to its three cylinder, 800cc, naked bikes – the Brutale 800 RR and Dragster RR for 2021.