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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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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

Norton Domiracer (2014)

New Nortons don’t come along very often, especially ones with featherbed frames and looks like this. That is in enough in itself for the Domiracer to be considered special. The fact that it's 83% British with much of it (frame, tank, pipes, engine and final assembly) all done on site at Donington, is another big plus. Then there’s the look ...

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  • 12 November 2014

Victory Magnum (2014-current)

Victory like to claim the Magnum is the ‘boldest production bagger ever to hit the road’ and they’re not wrong. Bags of style, decent practicality and production reassurance. The only downsides are a TBA price and the Victory brand which hasn’t (yet) got the cache or convenience of Harley   We like the proper Custom styling and detail, the mass-built ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 11 November 2014

Victory Hammer S LE (2014-current)

The base Hammer S remains an appealing package that’s enduring well, hardly showing any signs of its age. It’s a crisp, clean, grunty American musclebike and an appealing alternative to the ubiquitous Harley. Its blacked-out powertrain is as bad-ass as they come and is a pleasure to blast away from the lights. Its styling somehow reminds of the re-invented Chevy ...

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  • 11 November 2014

Yamaha MT-09 SR (2014-current)

There's not a lot wrong with the MT-09 in standard trim so this bike was always onto a bit of a winner.

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 10 November 2014

Bimota BB3 (2014-current)

One of the lightest and most powerful bikes ever. But on the track it comes up a little short. The tyres aren't great and it really isn't worth the extra £10,000 over the 2014 S1000RR it shares so many parts with. It's a brave attempt for Bimota and looks fantastic but there a few rough edcges that are hard to ...

  • Motorcycle Reviews
  • 03 November 2014


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