The top motorcycle branded push bikes
You're here, on motorcyclenews.com, because you love motorcycles, right? But at this time of year it's not always the best idea to actually go riding. It's cold, slippy and generally pretty miserable.
Thankfully, some of the top motorcycle manufacturers also sell bicycles, which are a great way to get your two-wheeled kicks when you can't get out on your motorcycle.
Below is a list of some of the best push bikes built by motorcycle manufacturers.
Triumph XCX mountain bike
This mountain bike is brand new for 2018 and limited to just 500 examples, so if you want one you'll have to be quick. The XCX is made from aluminium and features a front fork with 100mm of travel.
Ducati Sport Disc
If there's one thing the Italians are good at, it's style, and this road bike built by Bianchi for Ducati looks great. The Sport Disc blends the sleek lines of a road bike with disc brakes for a bike that looks effortlessly cool and performs just as well.
KTM Fat Flea 20s
Push bikes with huge balloon tyres are apparently a thing now, so of course KTM make one. The Fat Flea sits on 26 inch wheels, with the oversize tyres acting as suspension over bumps. The fat tyres also mean the bike is rideable over soft terrain such as sand or snow.
BMW Turbo Levo FSR 6Fattie
As you might have guessed from the Turbo part of this bike's name, this example - built by Specialized - features an electric motor to help you up those big hills. The battery can be removed and charged wherever you like, so you don't have to bring a muddy bike in to the house.