Indian Motorcycle’s Pursuit Limited luxury tourer is loaded with ride-enhancing features, a chassis-mounted fairing, and plush amenities to keep you comfortably in the saddle longer. Check out our long-term test results.
Harley-Davidson’s limited production tourers are the first to receive premium upgrades which make them lighter, faster, more comfortable, and easier to control. Long known to be among women touring riders’ favorite motorcycles, the Road Glide and Street Glide CVOs have been reworked from top to bottom making them better than ever.
America’s original motorcycle company presents its most powerful performance-oriented cruiser yet. With a host of technology and ride-comfort upgrades, the newest member in the Chief lineup offers premium components for a realistic price.
Buell Motorcycles unveils its new high performance cruiser concept design in collaboration with Roland Sands Design.
Celebrating 120 years of production, Harley-Davidson kicks off 2023 by introducing special colors, anniversary badging, new models, and news about the big party in Milwaukee.
Mature rider Cynthia Dunbar says the Honda Rebel 1100 is everything she wants in a motorcycle. Read about her modifications and find out why she traded her bigger bike for the 1100.
WRN Founder,Genevieve Schmitt test rides Harley-Davidson’s Sportster Nightster. As the new line’s entry level model, see how it compares to yesterday’s Sportsters.
Indian Motorcycle listens to its customers and takes cues from what they are already doing with their bikes. Following its 1100cc Indian Scout Bobber and 999cc Scout Bobber Sixty which women love, the Scout Rogue
Riders who want to tour comfortably without a bulky fairing or excess weight of Harley’s larger Road Glide or Street Glide will love the Heritage Softail Classic. Easier to manage than the 100-pound heavier Road King, the Heritage is the ride of choice for many touring women riders.