MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: QLINK Legacy 250: An Automatic Motorcycle with Multiple Personalities

The newest, neatest motorcycle to hit the entry-level market is the Legacy 250 from QLINK. QLINK is the U.S. importer for CF MOTO, a Chinese manufacturer of primarily scooters thats been around for several decades. QLINK is aggressively going after women knowing they are the fastest growing group among new riders.

MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: The Simple Pleasures of the Honda 599

Before intricately painted, slammed and raked, high pricetag choppers, before heated grips, clothing and seats, there existed a time when motorcycling must have seemed, well simple. Hondas updated-for-2006 599 model hearkens to those simpler days. Check out what WRN contributor Pamela Collins thinks of the new bike.

MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: Kawasakis Latest Fun-Seeker, the Ninja 650R

If youve never given any thought to riding a sportbike, then this just might be the motorcycle to change that. Kawasaki recently introduced the Ninja 650R, the companys latest two-wheeled fun-seeker. With a seat height of just 30 inches (thats low in the sportbike category), and a dry weight of 392 pounds (thats very light in any category), the Ninja 650R is sure to appeal to a variety of riders from beginner to expert.

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