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2018 Has Been a Wild Year For Adventure Motorcycles – Here’s a Recap So Far
This year saw a noticeable uptick of popularity and interest in adventure motorcycles. Between a slew of new bike launches, throwing a leg over a few ourselves and previews of what’s on the horizon, it’s been a nonstop ADV frenzy. There’s still more to come in 2018 as far as two-wheeled adventure riding goes, but this is a quick recap of ADV highlights.
I have a three-day, off-road 500-mile ride later this month, through New Jersey's 1.1 million acres worth of dense forest, but first I'm on the edge of Wharton State Forest ready to learn dirt-riding 101.
Honda jumps into the middleweight dual-sport category with a bike born from a purpose-built race bike.
If you're aiming to take on an intercontinental ride, spanning time zones with stretches of massively varying topography, it's hard to find a better way to conquer it than a BMW GS.
Images of what looks like a production-ready Moto Guzzi V85 adventure bike have surfaced.
Designed for motorcyclists, by the motorcyclists at MSR, the Hubba Tour 2 was meant for two-wheeled adventures.
The British mid-sized adventure motorcycle, through refinement and performance alone, relegates anything bigger to irrelevance.
The Adventure Sports is Honda’s new range-topping Africa Twin not only boasts a full suite of revised rider modes, but it gets some serious upgrades all-around.