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2020 Kawasaki Versys-X 300 MC Commute Review
A small-bore adventure to the Motorcyclist office.Making use of the 296cc, DOHC, liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine originally developed in the previous Ninja 300 supersport machine, Kawasaki has given the Versys performance with a load of novice-friendly delivery. When strapped to our in-house Dynojet 250i dyno, the Versys produced a modest 32.3 hp at 11,400 rpm and 16.7 pound-feet of torque at 8,600 rpm, but with an ultra-linear power curve and an admirably flat torque delivery.
Since the days of the first motorcycles in the late 1800s, companies like O’Neal and Harley-Davidson have really revved-up motorcycle boot options. Designed to keep the rider’s legs, feet, and ankles safe, motorcycle boots range from short to tall styles. Only now our choices are crafted from sturdy, quality materials, have low-heels, and make safety a priority. And even if you don’t ride, there’s nothing to stop you from channeling your inner rock star when you don a pair of motorcycle boots.
The adjustable, long line of laces, and inside zipper make this boot easy to customize to properly fit – and protect – your foot and lower leg. This blue ink leather boot is just one of the 26 colors and styles including red, olive, and chocolate bronze leather, stunning white leather with black laces, Bordeaux leather with plaid, and even one black waterproof option. Each style cradles your feet with their Taos Soft Support Removable Footbed. The fashion-forward contrasting double stitching gives these Crave boots a luxurious look.
2021 BMW R 18
BMW’s American-style cruiser
understand the risks involved with their sport and don’t take chances with their protective gear. O’Neal is the pioneer of motocross and after decades years of racing, they’ve designed these women’s motocross and ATV boots for ultimate comfort and safety. The four snap-lock buckle closures keep the boots snug, and the injection-molded plastic plates protect your lower legs. The industry standard Goodyear welt sole is well-balanced and sturdy. And the removable metal shank adds reinforcement to the back of the boot while a metal toe-guard keeps your toes safe.
For more than 100 yearshas been synonymous with motorcycles. These boots have a Harley attitude, too. The short-style Amherst street boots are crafted with 100 percent full-grain leather and a fair amount of spunkiness. The platform sole is lightweight and attaches to the leather upper with cement construction, offering resilience and strength. These boots are classic fun.
2021 KTM 450 SMR Supermoto First Ride Review
A review of KTM’s well-honed and competition-spec 2021 450 SMR supermotoEditor’s note: Peruse the 2021 KTM 450 SMR Supermoto First Look Preview report to get up to speed on features and technical specifications. Also visit the 2019 Husqvarna FS 450 Supermoto First Ride Review to learn what the Husqvarna version is like to command. This article describes what it’s like to ride the SMR.
We love the traditional styling of these 10-inch tall black leather boots., these motorcycle boots combine minimalist lines with contrasting metal hardware. The design of the low platform and 1 3⁄4-inch heel on the rubber outsole, combined with the cushioned and flexible insole, means these motorcycle boots feel as good as they look. Durango also added leather to the interior of the shank for added comfort.
You really could just walk in full-grain leather boots. Butmade these boots for motorcycle riding. This boot captures the epitome of motorcycle style. The deep leather is a great backdrop to the shiny details like the custom metal grommets, the logo outline, and the metal O-rings, giving these boots just the right amount of attitude.
Super73-RX Electric Custom Goes to the Dark Side
RX-based build gets Star Wars treatment, complete with “lightsaber tech.”The bike is based on Super73′s top-of-the-line RX model, which isn’t a bad choice as far as foundations go, since that model rocks the company’s most powerful drive system and an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy frame supported by fully adjustable suspension front and rear (check out our review of the closely related S2 model here). A powerful brushless DC hub motor can crank out up to 2,000 watts of power and the whole thing rides on super-wide all-terrain BDGR tires (a whopping 5 inches wide).
2021 GasGas MC 250F .
A new addition to the 250 four-stroke motocross bike classAnother viable addition to the competitive 250 four-stroke market