Motorcycles Brightest And Raddest Neon Motorcycles of the ’90s
10 of our favorite cars from the 2000s
Hagerty’s Tiger-swap meister Brad Phillips and auction guru Andrew Newton didn’t pick their favorite 2000s-era cars based on speed … but hey, who’s complaining? In a recent livestream, two of our resident automotive experts spent an hour discussing the strengths and weaknesses of their favorite five cars from this decade. Hagerty’s Tiger-swap meister Brad Phillips and auction guru Andrew Newton didn’t pick their favorite 2000s-era cars based on speed … but hey, who’s complaining? In a recent livestream, two of our resident automotive experts spent an hour discussing the strengths and weaknesses of their favorite five cars from this decade.
have always been a source of freedom and self-expression. As such, they move with the style of the times, and when those times were all about hot neon colors, well the results are pretty retro-fantastic. The decade of the 1990s was full-on neon and spawned some pretty funky, bright, and crazy motorcycles, both custom and regular production. From customs handcrafted by legendary builders to a few very cool Cycle World racebikes (and matching leathers!) to one of the loudest graphic packages ever to grace a bike, we take a look back at a selection of neon dreams from the CW archives.
Best Value Motorcycles 2020
We all want to get our money’s worth, especially when it comes time to make a bigger purchase. In terms of buying a new motorcycle, a good deal can mean extra money for gear upgrades, accessory add-ons, or simply the peace of mind that you haven’t exhausted your entire bank account on a new ride. Related: The Best Automatic Motorcycles 2020 But what makes a motorcycle a good deal? In my eyes, a good deal would mean you get a bike that remains enjoyable to ride for at least a few years, if not longer. It would be easy to upgrade with aftermarket accessories, it would be reliable, and it would be fairly priced for the amenities it offers.
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Brixton Crossfire 500 First Look
Brixton Crossfire 500 First LookFor one, Brixton Motorcycles has recently begun designing its own bikes thanks to parent company KSR Group’s new state-of-the-art design studio in Krems, Austria. Developed by the KSR Group design team, the Crossfires are the first results of the process, matching the EICMA concept bike in almost every way. That means a relatively trim, retro/tracker aesthetic packaged into a basic tube steel frame with a stubby tail, spoke wheels, round headlight and—what Brixton calls the design highlight—a uniquely X-formed fuel tank shape.
2021 Benelli TRK502 And TRK502X First Look Preview .
Midsize adventure-touring motorcycles at an attractive price from Benelli.Benelli is a historic name in motorcycling, with its Italian origins dating more than 100 years back, but since 2005, it has been part of the Qianjiang Group based in China. In 2015, SSR Motorsports signed a deal with Qianjiang to import the brand into the States, and in 2016, bikes started to arrive on our shores.