Kawasaki Ninja 400
The Kawasaki Ninja 400, clad in sharp Ninja styling, the Ninja 400 delivers greater
performance than its predecessor due an engine and chassis that are more powerful and
significantly lighter. But like the Ninja 300 that preceded it, this Ninja 400
possesses much more than high performance. Not only does the Ninja 400
offer stunning, high-quality looks, its stronger engine performance,
light, predictable handling and relaxed, sporty riding position
make it both fun and easy to ride.
Triump Thruxton RS
All the iconic hallmarks, features and quality of Triumph’s celebrated Thruxton R, but now with range-topping RS specification, even more supreme cafe racing handling, more contemporary style, and incredible finish and detail.
Ducati Panigale V2
The twin-cylinder Panigale has been given a thorough makeover. Renamed the Panigale V2, it takes a totally new design, it features sophisticated electronics based on a 6-axis inertial platform and, thanks to a more comfortable rider seat and the suspension set-up, offers better yet safer sports performance while making road riding more enjoyable and user-friendly than ever. Top Motorcycles 2020
The name informs Ducati twin-cylinder enthusiasts that the bike is powered by the 955 cm³ Superquadro.
KTM 790 Adventure R
Developed from KTM’s offroad race DNA, the KTM 790 ADVENTURE R is a serious travel capable offroad motorcycle equipped for the most extreme escapes. With the hardcore adventurer in mind, it balances the power of a twin, with the lightness and agility of a single-cylinder offroad bike, to open up new riding possibilities. It offers an impressive fuel range without compromising agility, feeding a powerful yet compact, smooth and reliable engine. Access more extreme and distant offroad terrain thanks to easy-to-use rider aids and practical ergonomics.
Harley-Davidson Street Glide
The custom hot rod bagger look stops people in their tracks. Now powered up with the Milwaukee-Eight® 114 engine, you’ll leave them in your dust.
Inspired by cutting edge aerospace design, the new look of the SR/S is rooted in its all-new aerodynamic fairing. Like all things Zero Motorcycles, form follows function. When you lean into the cockpit and get behind the fairing you will be rewarded with a 13% improvement in highway efficiency and range with the SR/S versus its award-winning sibling, the SR/F. Sit up and you’ll discover a more upright and relaxed riding position that feels as good as it looks. Top Motorcycles 2020