MOTORCYCLE TRADER #299
What’s inside Motorcycle Trader this month?
BMW puts the sport into adventure touring with its sexy, leggy S1000XR for those who like it long and fast.
Chris Harris says the Aprilia Caponord is fast, fun, characterful and comfortable – with big brains behind the brawn.
Suzuki fires up the solution to your daily ride drama with the Address 110. With its low running costs, practicality and fuel efficiency, Grant Roff says everything about the 110 is designed to save you money.
Top 10 Classics: Ian Falloon’s Top 10 Golden Oldies
He’s written more than 40 books and circles the globe authenticating rare and exotic bikes. So what does Ian Falloon consider to be the top ten classics of all time?
Book review: Triumph Motorcycles 1937 – Today
Believe it or not, this is the first book available to combine the history of old Triumph with its Hinckley reincarnation. Who else would you get to write it but MT’s classics expert, Ian Falloon?
One of the challenging aspects of riding overseas is the battle to get everything organised. Guido takes us through it all.
Bike Detectives: Howall 750
Aussie ingenuity reached a peak in the 1980s. Motorcycle Trader sends the Bike Detectives out to dust off the cobwebs and investigate some shed tech.
Future Classic: Honda ST1100 & ST1300
Big, heavy and irrelevant in a market mad for sportsbikes, Honda’s ST1100/1300 became the thinking man’s tourer of choice. Greg Leech explains.
Collectable: Kawasaki H1 Mach III
Brave were the men who rode Kawasaki’s H1 Mach III in anger says Ian Falloon, and Kenny Blake was one of them.
Plus there’s more…
– Our bikes: Guido’s Yamaha SRX-6
– Sean Muir’s Adventure Ride
– Quick Fang: Harley-Davidson Street Glide CVO
– CLUB TALES: BMW Motorcycle Club of Victoria
– RACING: 2015 Australian MotoGP
– Spannerman, buyer’s guide for naked bikes, all the latest motorcycle gear and accessories and hundreds of motorcycles for sale.