James Bond. The fictional MI6 operative is known to be associated with many things. Things like Aston Martin, Omega watches, and Martini. But a motorcycle? Never. But there’s no stopping Triumph Motorcycles and EON Productions from wanting fans to get their hands on James Bond themed bike.
Ever wish you could take the Indian Motorcycle FTR 1200 on a backroad adventure? Well, you can’t, but the scrambler-inspired FTR1200 known as FTR Rally sure can. First announced at EICMA 2019 in Milan, the FTR Rally is now available in stateside with a starting price of $13,499.
Yamaha Motor is bringing a lot more than an unmanned autonomous vehicle to the 46th Tokyo Motor Show this year. All told, the Japanese motorcycle maker will be bringing 17 other models. Of the 17, 6 are world premiere models while 2 are Japan premiere models.
You’d be hard-pressed to find any off-road motorcycle that speaks both style and luxury. Traditionally, ‘scramblers’, as they are commonly referred to, conjures up an image of KTM or Yamaha. You know, stuff like raised front fender, narrow and tall form, and raised exhausts. As you can see, in traditional sense, they hardly qualifies as […]
Surfing and motorcycle are two things that almost always never associated together. Mostly because you can’t really transport a surfboard on a two-wheeler, but that doesn’t stop the bike arm of German luxury car maker, BMW Motorrad from collaborating with artist Ornamental Conifer and surfboard shaper Mason Dyer of Dyer Brand to design the BMW […]
Ducati having talking about off-road capable bikes for years and yesterday, the Italian motorcycle maker has finally pull the wraps off the Ducati Scrambler at Intermot 2014 in Cologne, Germany. it has announced not one, not two, but four models under its Scrambler Ducati namesake, and they are: Icon, Urban Enduro, Classic and Full Throttle. […]
there are custom two-wheelers and then there are those such as this stunning Steampunk Triumph Scrambler that makes you go ooh. it is more than just hardware; it is the folks behind it that makes this bike shines. this 2013 Triumph Scrambler is Sarah Lahalih’s handiwork but who the heck is Sarah Lahalih, you ask? […]
there is a new bike name in the market and no, we didn’t make a mistake; it is in fact the same British marque more notable for track cars, or more accurately put, open wheel cars that sometimes feel more like a motorcycle than a car. so i guess it is a natural progression for the folks at Caterham to turn out some two-wheelers too
who doesn’t love a good motorcycle conversion? you don’t? well perhaps that’s because you haven’t seen the Custom Triumph Bonneville Scrambler by French firm FCR. it was a love at first sight for us. just imagine this a classic like the Triumph Bonneville converted to a scrambler? this work of art by FCR comprises of