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2012 Kawasaki Ninja 650 Comparison
…intermediate rider. The engine characteristics are what one might expect from an entry-level sportbike. It is not loud or overly exciting, but at the same time, you are able to ride along at highway speeds without any major vibration or disturbances. The Ninja’s drivetrain is totally compliant. It’s easy…
2014 Kawasaki Z1000 ABS Comparison
…which results in un-wanted rear wheel chatter during hasty stopping maneuvers. Acceleration testing demonstrates that the Z1000 had the slowest 0-60 time (3.73 seconds). It also took the longest to sprint though the quarter-mile, while carrying the lowest trap speed. But at the pump the Z’s engine…
2013 Supersport Shootout X Street
…estimate range. And during the track testing at Chuckwalla Raceway, Adam ran all eight bikes down the track’s airstrip to gather quarter-mile and 0-60 times. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, the 60-0 braking scores are not included this year. We also dropped the dB sound ratings from the…
2004 Harley-Davidson Road King Custom
…power and torque to gratify any cruiser enthusiast, short of wiley power-cruiser devotees who expect nothing less than low 11-second quarter-mile times. Dropping the clutch and grabbing a fist-full of throttle is enough to get adrenaline going, and rarely, if ever, were we looking for more power. Further…
'13 Sportster 883 Iron vs Star Bolt vs Bonneville
…the Harley down the strip. The Iron 883 Sportster chugged down the quarter-mile the slowest of the bunch with a time of 15.69 seconds at 85mph. In the 0-60 test, it also placed last at a time of 6.99 seconds. Even though the Sportster feels like the smallest bike of the bunch, it actually is the heaviest…
2008 Dual-Sport Comparo Decision
…hold its own when the going gets rough and with minor modifications you've got a bike that is capable of racing across the desert. But at the same time, it is the most dated design and a bit rough around the edges. There is no denying the Kawasaki's overall versatility. It does everything right and…
2015 Indian Chieftain v H-D Street Glide Special
…slouch itself at 91.69 @ 3800 rpm. Amazingly, after checking our numbers several times, each mill performed with identical efficiency, down to the hundredths, the Harley and Indian both getting 38.41 mpg, the first time that’s ever happened. We did a little performance testing too, both 0–60 mph…
2015 Harley Sportster 1200 Custom Comparison
…Custom from 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds compared to the Scout’s 4.9-second run. One of the contributing factors is the Sportster’s clutch engages very late in the release, causing a slight hesitation before launching. Throttle response on the Scout is immediate and urgent, and by the time the Sportster…
2011 Kawasaki Ninja 1000 Comparison
…boost for touring credo is the three-position adjustable windscreen. “I can’t express the importance of the adjustable windscreen when it comes time to log serious miles on this motorcycle,” says Ken. “The Ninja deserves a real plug for that little feature.” It bears repeating that the Ninja’s…
2011 Suzuki Burgman 650 Comparison
…and worth the 10K price tag. But truth be told the manual mode works far superior to just letting the CVT work, as in fully auto mode it has a hard time finding the right gear and feeling as if it’s continuously slipping the clutch. This is especially problematic when maintaining throttle mid-corner…
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