Eight 2023 models, including sport, standard, adventure, dual sport and cruiser categories, are represented.
Purpose-built for serious fun on the street and in the dirt.
The KLR650 S receives lowered front and rear suspension with dedicated settings that help enhance the rider’s reach to the ground.
The seven-strong lineup of 2-stroke and 4-stroke machines boasts a host of innovations, delivering light and manageable machines without rival in conquering all types of terrain.
The two entry-level bikes into the Aprilia world have now been revamped in design, features and engine, with the goal of providing greater riding satisfaction for the person gripping the handlebar.
The new Buell Motorcycles will launch 10 performance models by the 2024 model year.
Honda announced a host of upgrades to its smallest dual-sport models, which are newly named the CRF300L and CRF300L Rally, thanks to a 15% increase in engine displacement.
Powered by a 500cc parallel twin engine with dual overhead cams and fuel injection, the Leoncino Trail puts out a steady flow of smooth power.
The CRF300L’s fresh, sharp-edged bodywork features a slimmer 7.8L fuel tank and seat, and new, easy-to-read positive LCD instrument display.
The updated product line is headlined by the reintroduction of the transformational SR/S, released earlier this year.
The performance-driven DNA of Suzuki is alive and well in all of its first release 2021 powersports models, including race-ready Suzuki GSX-R sportbikes and DR-Z dual sport motorcycles.
The Canyon Dual Sport Saddle is designed to maximize comfort and usability while providing a custom look and longer riding range.