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2010 250 Dual Sport Motorcycle Shootout
…carry a reasonable price tag. They are called quarter-liter dual sports and we have four of them to compare against one another in this 2010 250 Dual Sport Shootout. Up first is Suzuki's DR200SE. This tried-and-true air-cooled dual sport machine has the distinction of being the veteran motorcycle in…
2010 Midsize Adventure Bike Comparison
…Suit Review. Recent Dirt Bike Reviews More Dirt Bike Reviews Related Articles 2008 Dual-Sport Comparo 2008 650 Dual-Sport Challenge 2009 Kawasaki KLX250S First Ride 2008 Suzuki DR-Z400S Bike Test MotoUSA Utah Dual-Sport Adventure "
2008 650 Dual-Sport Challenge
…our 2008 650 Dual-sport Comparo, we thought it only fair to give the DR650 a shot at the top dog. There are so many great dual-sporting opportunities at our disposal in the Northwest, but we wanted to go about this two-bike challenge properly. What better place to test a pair of dual-sport machines than…
2008 Dual-Sport Comparo
Sometimes a rider wants some dirt with their street, or vice versa. No bikes are better for the task than the three large thumpers in our 2008 Dual-Sport Comparo. The Dilemma Ever have one of those days when you just can't make up your mind? Pizza or burgers, beer or wine, blonde or brunette - you get…
Mammoth Dual-Sport and Motocross Adventure
…Motorcycle USA's Digital Media Producer, Ray Gauger, packed our van with as much sporting equipment as we could fit without hooking up a trailer. We began by carefully wedging four affordable street legal dual-sports from Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and Yamaha. Next we hung our mountain bikes and fishing…
Memorable Motorcycle: XT660Z Tenere
best-selling dual-sport bike in America? Let’s run through the Tenere’s resumé. Stone axe reliable; capable of dealing with serious off-road going; handles extremely well on the road; cruises at a real 80 mph all day; light on fuel; easy to fix and drop dead gorgeous – if you are into dual-sport
2013 Yamaha WR250R Comparison
Yamaha’s WR250R is a proven champ in the 250 dual sport segment. Can it hold onto its crown for another year? Tune into the 2013 Yamaha WR250R Comparison Video to find out. For those that value acceleration and handling, and aren’t afraid of paying for it, Yamaha’s WR250R ($6990) is a worthy choice…
Diamond Back Dual Sport Pannier Review
Our 2008 DR-Z400S needed some carrying capacity for a long-distance trip. The Score We do plenty of dual-sport riding during our lengthy two-wheel season. Sometimes, however, the trips themselves aren't quite as long. Any time we plan for an extended ride, aside from fuel stops our first concern is…
Best Dual Sport 2012: Kawasaki KLR650
…plenty of ADV/Dual-Sport tribes out there, but the KLR650 tribe is particularly strong and enthusiastic. For dual-sport riders who simply want to trek anywhere the map shows a squiggly line and the promise of a path... the KLR650 will get you there, and is our pick for Best Dual-Sport of 2012. Dirt Bike…
2012 Yamaha Super Tenere First Ride
…soil sometime in May 2011. This early release Adventure-Touring motorcycle from Japan is sure to make an impact. If you haven’t noticed, the dual sports seem to be taking over the world with OEMs from all walks of life jumping on the bandwagon. The stalwart BMW GS-series is no longer the only game…
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