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2015 Ducati prices announced

Ducati UK has announced the prices for its heavily revamped 2015 line-up – including the new Scrambler, 1299 Panigale and Multistrada as recently unveiled in Milan. They are: ScramblerSCRAMBLER - Red £6,895SCRAMBLER - Yellow £6,995SCRAMBLER - Classic £7,995SCRAMBLER - Urban Enduro £7,995SCRAMBLER - Full Throttle £7,995 MonsterMONSTER 821 Dark £8,795MONSTER 821 - Red £8,995MONSTER 821 - White £9,145MONSTER 821 - ...

  • Motorcycle News
  • New bikes
  • 20 November 2014

Indian Roadmaster (2014-current)

‘Full-dress’ version of the Chieftain tourer launched a year ago achieves what it set out to in out-luxo-ing and out-performing Harley’s Electra Glide. That said, Indians are relatively unproven and the latest Project Rushmore Harleys are a vast improvement, so it’s close.

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 14 November 2014

Hesketh 24 (2014-current)

Hesketh is the latest UK heritage motorcycle brand to be reborn and the ‘24’ is their first offering. As a mix of American hot rod power (the S&S engine) and semi-retro Brit style (the ‘24’ is a nod to James Hunt’s 1975 Hesketh F1 car) they don’t come much more bristly or brash and both classy and a little bit ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 13 November 2014

Honda NM4 Vultus (2014-current)

NC750 Integra scooter-based limited edition concept machine attempts to be half-scoot/half motorbike to tempt newcomers to two wheels and thanks to capable, DCT-equipped (Honda’s clevcer semi auto gearbox) NC750 platform and decent dynamics it largely works. So forget those DN01 jokes. ‘Alien-meets-stealth’ styling aside the Vultus is credible and commendable. Motorcycle instead of scooter roots give an alternative future for ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 13 November 2014

Honda VFR800F (2014-current)

In delivering refined versatility, class and understated quality and entertainment, this new VFR is a success. My only slight regrets are two-fold: this newcomer doesn’t (quite) have the clean sheet, no expense-spared ethos of the originals, it’s a tiny bit ‘parts-bin’. And, two, it’d have been better still if it’d been a VFR900F, say, with a full colour TPFT instrument ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 13 November 2014

Indian Scout (2014-current)

A year on from the now Polaris-owned brand’s return with its new Chief, Indian has done it again with another all-new bike – the Scout. The company’s quoted aim with the Scout was to build the ‘best in class, mid-size American motorcycle’, or, as company boss Steve Menneto more succinctly puts it: “It’s our answer to the Sportster.” In the ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 13 November 2014

Kymco CK1 (2014-current)

Like those Japanese rivals, the CK1 is a fairly stylish air-cooled, four-stroke single. Unlike them, it costs under two grand. All-new commuter aims to fill the gap between cheap and cheerful Chinese offerings and more proven, pricier, Japanese ones. It succeeds, too, being well-specced, stylish and well priced. Not perfect, it arguably delivers the best of both worlds.

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 13 November 2014

Honda CBR650F (2014-current)

Honda’s all-new, completely revitalised and reinvented CBR is a CBR worthy of the name. The original CBR was such as success simply because it was a good, affordable, all-round bike, with a touch of Honda class. Just as much is true of this newcomer. It’s not perfect – no bike is. The snob in me envies the adjustable forks of ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 13 November 2014

Honda CB650F (2014-current)

Value-packed roadster based on CBR650F running gear looks brilliant, is so well executed it wouldn’t look the poor relation parked next to a CB1000R or Blade, is simple and straightforward to ride and is also practical, versatile and great fun. In other words, it’s what motorcycling used to be all about before mega modes and silly prices. It’s one of ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 13 November 2014

Triumph America LT (2014-current)

Though by definition a ‘smaller bagger’ it’s not really a small bike. It’s manageable, yes, but is sufficiently full sized to carry two and luggage and tour hundreds of miles with ease. The LT also has enough style, comfort, performance and practicality and yet is still a doddle to get on with, as well. And, for the type of riders ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 12 November 2014

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