The riding season isn’t over yet, but 2018 has been a good year for adventure motorcycles.
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.
What’s the Best Way to Learn How to Ride Off-Road? Start Slow and Simple
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 Introduces a Day-Trip Adventure Motorcycle Built on High Performance
Honda jumps into the middleweight dual-sport category with a bike born from a purpose-built race bike.
BMW Overhauled Its Most Successful Adventure Motorcycle For 2019
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.
A New Adventure Motorcycle With Classic Italian Flair
Images of what looks like a production-ready Moto Guzzi V85 adventure bike have surfaced.
MSR Hubba Tour 2 Review: The Definitive Adventure Motorcycle Tent
Designed for motorcyclists, by the motorcyclists at MSR, the Hubba Tour 2 was meant for two-wheeled adventures.
You Need to Clear Space in Your Garage for This $15,000 Multi-Tool
The British mid-sized adventure motorcycle, through refinement and performance alone, relegates anything bigger to irrelevance.
Honda’s New Africa Twin Will Change Your Perception of Off-Road Riding
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.
Big Adventure Motorcycles Will Soon Die Off, And For Good Reason
It’s safe to assume KTM has a hit on its hands with the 790 Adventure R, but it might be a sign bigger ADV bikes are on the way out.