The Yamaha T7 Concept is for everyone who likes touring off the boring 4-lane highways has dreamt of having a machine that they can take off the tarmac more confidently. And if you were young and impressionable in the 80s and 90s, the words Africa Twin and Tenere would be etched in your minds. This concept is a tribute to the original Tenere XT600Z’s spirit. Enjoy the pictures and the bonus video at the end. Continue reading 9 Photos of Yamaha T7 Concept
ThunderDuck v5 was to transform to into a Royal Enfield Bobber. This motorcycle started off as a stock Royal Enfield ThunderBird, about 12 years ago. I have wanted to make one of these for a while now. ThunderDuck had been lying idle at home for about 18 months. It had to go away or become something else that I could build as a project. Continue reading Royal Enfield Bobber – ThunderDuck v5
These are my first thoughts review of Royal Enfield Himalayan. Pre-ride of course. Photos and videos included. Go here for my initial thoughts and Specifications of Royal Enfield Himalayan.
Adventure touring in India has never needed (not wanted) high-end dual sports motorcycles. People who have actually toured properly, know that most times it is easier on a simpler vehicle that attracts lesser attention. Which is why Royal Enfield is pretty much the goto motorcycle for this. Decent torque, common enough, cheap enough. Now, RE is headed to the small dual-sport route with their Himalayan. What do I think? Continue reading Review of Royal Enfield Himalayan (Pre-ride)
Straight mooch off of the details of the Yamaha MT-10. Edgy design has me on the edge. Yamaha, good job!
El Solitario has created the Yard Built Yamaha Custom XJR1300 ‘Big Bad Wolf’. I do not like too many customs, but this one has turned out pretty well.
Yamaha Custom XJR1300 ‘Big Bad Wolf’
Read on for details on the build.