New Motorcycle First Look: 2021 Triumph Trident

The new 660cc triple-cylinder streetbike from Triumph costs less than $8,000 and has the power and technology to be fun for new and intermediate riders. The Trident features traditional British styling for riders looking for a midsized roadster that offers a classic and contemporary look in an easy to ride package.

Do It Yourself Tech: Change Your Motorcycle’s Handlebars for an Easy Reach

The first thing to do when buying any motorcycle is make necessary ergonomic adjustments to the handlebars, levers, footpegs and foot controls, seat, and suspension so you can easily reach the grips with a relaxed bend in your elbows with feet and hands comfortably able to use all the controls. We show how we changed a Harley-Davidson Street 750 to better fit a short woman rider.

2020 Harley-Davidson Softail Standard First Look

Harley-Davidson is rolling out a new model for 2020, the Softail Standard and pricing it at an attainable entry point for a Harley-Davidson Big Twin at $13,599. Designed as a “minimalist” motorcycle, the bobber-style bike includes a short rear fender, mini-ape handlebars, solo seat, and an upright seating position with mid-places pegs.

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