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Supermoto Comparison

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2013 Suzuki DR-Z400SM First Ride
The list of factory-equipped supermoto motorcycles in the US is short, real short. Really, one model doesn’t a list make; the Suzuki DR-Z400SM is the only option for those looking for fat-laced wheels, sticky meats and lowered suspension. Suzuki cut the SM from its line in 2009, but now it’s back…
Husqvarna Nuda 900R Street Bike First Look
…10% loss to the rear wheel, the Husky Twin still shows significant gains over the F800R we dyno’d for our 2011 2-3-4 Middleweight Street Bike Comparison (F800R rear wheel power stats: 81.07 horsepower / 57 lb-ft torque). This improved power pushes less weight, with Husqvarna listing dry weight of…
2009 KTM 690 Duke Comparison
…and you’ll start to think off-road. Then examine the front end with stacked projector light beams and its cockpit and you’ll believe its pure supermoto. If engineers could have just integrated the front turn signal stalks into the mirrors they would have achieved aesthetic perfection. Lift the 690…
2007 BMW G650 Xcountry Comparison
…says the 5-foot, 6-inch Dare. ""This bike seems to have been designed for us smaller dudes. BMW claims it's a dual-sport but it feels more like a supermoto to me."" There is no denying how compact feeling the Beemer is, but fortunately with the well thought out ergos even tall folk are comfortable on…
2006 BMW HP2 Bike Test
…this thing,"" says Editorial Director and person responsible for its safe return, Ken Hutchison. ""If it was mine, I would love to ride it like a supermoto, but since it was a test bike I had to hold my mullet instincts in check."" With an 1170 cubic centimeter engine at our disposal, we couldn't resist…
2009 KTM Duke 690 Project Bike Part 2
In the first phase of our KTM Duke 690 project bike, we were hell-bent and solely focused on boosting the performance of KTM’s unique supermoto-inspired machine. If you missed it, make sure to check out the KTM Duke 690 Project Bike: Part 1 and get up to speed. For Part 2, it’s all in the details…
2006 KTM 450 EXC Comparison
…any level in stock form. The bike was great in each setting that we tested in, and with six speeds it could easily branch into dual-sporting or supermoto. Not being able to test the bike against all the others was a setback for big Orange, but those of us who did get a chance to throw a leg over the…
2010 KTM 690 Enduro R Comparison
…straddling both the off-road and street markets. The basic package had been offered in everything from a track oriented SX model to canyon carving supermoto version. Perhaps the most loved of all was the beautiful rally styled adventurers, these still have a strong demand in the used bike market. After…
KTM 690 Duke Returns to U.S. for 2013
…Returns The 690 Duke returns to the U.S. lineup after a short absence. MotoUSA grew fond of previous incarnations of the little Duke, winning a 2009 comparison test agains the Aprilia Dorsoduro . In fact, one of our editors liked it so much, it became a personal ride featured as a long-term project bike…
2008 Buell Super TT vs Ducati Hypermotard
…handlebars and wide, comfortably-placed footpegs provide an aggressive attacking riding position true to their supermoto heritage. In fact, both bikes are well suited to riding supermoto-style with the leading foot forward and a peg grinding mercilessly into the asphalt or with a knee down or out while…
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