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2020 Suzuki Katana: Retro Literbike Wins on Style

March/April 2020

2020 Suzuki Katana: Retro Literbike Wins on Style

I was predisposed to like this bike, as I fondly remember the edgy original Katana, a groundbreaking design that stunned the moto world in 1982. That first model is one of the most memorable motorcycles of the last four decades. There’s a reborn Katana for 2020, and there’s much to appreciate about this new one.
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2020 Indian Challenger: Building a Better Bagger!

March/April 2020

2020 Indian Challenger: Building a Better Bagger!

With its new Challenger models, Indian Motorcycle has definitely shown that it is a strong contender in the heavy cruiser-bagger category. The Challenger was designed to compete directly with Harley-Davidson’s Road Glide models, and this introduction can be considered a shot across H-D’s bow.
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2020 Indian Motorcycle Upgrades

January/February 2020

2020 Indian Motorcycle Upgrades

With the arrival of the Milwaukee-Eight motor from Harley-Davidson two years ago, boasting 107 and 114 cubic inches of displacement, Indian’s Thunder Stroke 111 suddenly wasn’t the baddest cruiser engine on the market. The balance of power shifts back to Indian with the arrival of the Thunder Stroke 116, now standard equipment in seven of Indian’s 2020 models.
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2020 Yamaha MT-03

January/February 2020

2020 Yamaha MT-03

Yamaha has released a stylish new naked sports motorcycle to appeal to junior riders. The MT-03 takes the bones of the YZF-R3 sportbike and repackages them into this sassy new model. Its aggressive, mass-forward appearance gives the MT-03 a leg up over some of its mundane-looking competition.  A centrally located LED headlamp and dual position lights give the MT-03 a dramatic face within the front cowl assembly, augmented by LED turn signals.
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Can-Am Refreshes Spyder RT for 2020

January/February 2020

Can-Am Refreshes Spyder RT for 2020

Can-Am has introduced an updated version of its Spyder RT, what it describes as the ultimate luxury-touring road-trip vehicle, which now offers enhanced comfort and additional convenience items.  In addition to its new contemporary appearance with LED headlights for enhanced visibility, the Spyder RT features a redesigned cockpit with a new 7.8-inch color LCD instrument panel and simpler controls.
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