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MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: Harley-Davidsons Top-of-the-Line Customs, Part One

Look what happened to the Springer Softail and Road King! Harley put these bikes through its Custom Vehicle Operations assembly line creating some amazingly beautiful and powerful motorcycles. Find out what WRN contributor Diane Ortiz has to say about them.

MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: Harley-Davidsons Top-of-the-Line Customs, Part One

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: QLINK Legacy 250: An Automatic Motorcycle with Multiple Personalities

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: The Simple Pleasures of the Honda 599

MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: Harley-Davidsons Exciting Dyna Models

Harley-Davidsons Dyna models are some of the smoothest and most comfortable motorcycles in the Motor Companys lineup. Why? The engine is rubber mounted to the frame. This drastically reduces vibration. The Dynas are also extremely ergonomically friendly for the average female rider.

MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: Harley-Davidsons Exciting Dyna Models

MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: 2006 Honda Shadow Aero

If youre looking for the amenities and handling of a big bike without a big price tag, then you owe it to yourself to check out the 2006 Honda Shadow Aero. Its retro-styling, extremely low seat height and big-bike handling make this 750cc motorcycle appealing for a wide range of riders.

MOTORCYCLE REVIEW: 2006 Honda Shadow Aero

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