Aprilia RS250 – Last of the Two Stroke GP Replicas

The Aprilia RS250 is a legendary V-twin two-stroke road going GP inspired motorcycle that satisfied riders needs for a truly excellent machine. Produced between 1994 and 2004 the Aprilia RS250 remains a modern classic today and continues to revel in the well-deserved hype that followed it from the models inception. It was 1991 when the … Read more

The Ducati Panigale 1199: A New Era In Superbikes

I don’t know about you, but when Ducati first introduced the Panigale 1199 in 2012, I immediately started crunching numbers to figure out how I could afford one.  I was still in college then, balancing a full-time career in logistics at night then going to classes in the morning. It was rough and I wasn’t … Read more

Ducati 1299 Panigale – Last of the L Twin Superbikes

The Ducati 1299 Panigale was introduced in 2014 at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan.  Production began in 2015 and it was built to replace the Ducati 1199.  The 1299 Panigale is Ducati’s most powerful twin cylinder ever produced.  In 2017 Ducati replaced the model with a limited edition run of the 1299 Panigale R … Read more

MV Agusta F4 1000 – Improving on Perfection

In late 2004 the world was introduced to the MV Agusta F4 1000, five years after the hugely successful F4 750S. The man behind the original MV Agusta 750 S was none other than Massimo Tamburini, the designer previously credited with the iconic Ducati 916.  With pressure on to build bigger and faster bikes regardless … Read more

Ducati 996 And The glory Years For The Italian Marque

The glory years for classic Ducati fans was between 1994 and 2004. The Ducati 996 followed on from the glorious 916 before being replaced by the much loved 998. In that decade Ducati produced motorcycles that have created a lasting legacy. They are equally loved now as they were upon their original release. Ducati have … Read more

Ducati 848 – Budget Bologna Sports Bike

Introduced late 2006 ready for the 2007 model year, the Ducati 848 replaced the 749.  The 848 had to carry the torch as Ducati’s middleweight as the smaller sibling to the flagship 1098.    The Ducati 749 had a short but good run and had been introduced by Ducati to re-enter Supersport World Championships in the … Read more