Many people treat motorcycle not only as means of transportation, but also as reflections of their character and personal style. For this reason, models with strict classic designs seem to never go out of style and even manage to convert new riders into their zealous fans. In this episode we will be covering the latest introductions to the market that possess beautiful retro looks, but at the same time take advantage of modern developments of the industry.
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Some of the best beginner motorcycles to buy today (A2 license): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTLblF3-yVI
Upcoming streetfighter motorcycles you have to see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w658m-71hqE
All models that were mentioned in this #ATmotorcycles video:
Harley-Davidson Bronx: harley-davidson.com/us/en/motorcycles/future-vehicles/bronx.html
2020 Harley-Davidson Bronx is a high-power and torque middle-weigh streetfighter, that is powered by a 975cc version of the liquid cooled Revolution Max 60-degree V-Twin mill. It motorcycles receives plenty of exclusive components, developed in partnership with Brembo and Michelin.
Triumph Bobber TFC: triumphmotorcycles.com/motorcycles/tfc
Launched in 2017, 2020 Triumph Bobber is getting reworked by the Triumph Factory Custom division, joining the previously released Thruxton and Rocket 3. It will be limited to 50 numbered and specially badged units.
Triumph Bud Ekins Bonneville T120 and T100 Special Editions: triumph-mediakits.com/en/motorcycles/modern-classics/2020-bud-ekins-bonneville-t120-and-t100-special-editions.html
To honor what would have been the 90th birthday of the legendary stuntman and motorcycle race Bu Elkins, Triumph is releasing two special edition models, based on the stock Bonneville T120 and T100 motorbikes.
Kawasaki W800: kawasaki.com/Products/2020-W800
The original W Series was based on the British BSA A7 and manufactured between 1965 and 1973 at the Meguro plant. This is the third time the model is being reintroduced to the market featuring familiar looks with a single round LED cyclops headlight.
Benelli Leoncino 800: presskit.benelli.com/presskit/leoncino800.html
2020 Benelli Leoncino 800 is the largest displacement bike in the Leoncino range, that gets a 754-cc liquid-cooled parallel twin with 82 horsepower and 49 pound-feet of torque.
Triumph Thruxton RS: triumph-mediakits.com/en/motorcycles/modern-classics/2020-thruxton-rs.html
Lighter, faster, and with more revving than ever, 2020 Triumph Thruxton RS arrives with an upgraded engine, improved handling and slightly more contemporary styling.
BMW R18/2: press.bmwgroup.com/global/article/detail/T0302256EN/one-engine-two-characters-%e2%80%93-a-multitude-of-possibilities:-the-bmw-motorrad-concept-bikes-r-18-and-r-18-/2
Build around the same platform and engine as the R18 concept, the 2020 BMW R18/2 cruiser aims to demonstrate their customization potential and reinterpret BMW’s heritage in different styling.
Indian Scout Bobber Sixty: indianmotorcycle.media/indian-motorcycles-new-scout-bobber-sixty-makes-mean-old-school-styling-more-accessible-and-affordable-than-ever-134619/
2020 Indian Scout Bobber Sixty is a new entry level model, in the Scout Bobber range that features a slightly smaller a 999-cc parallel twin engine, becomes significantly lighter and gets a more affordable pricetag, starting from $8,999 without ABS.
Harley Davidson Low Rider S: harley-davidson.com/us/en/motorcycles/low-rider-s.html
After the departure of the Dyna family, the Softail platform becomes the new underpinnings for the Harley Davidson Low Rider S. The looks are as classic as they used to be, but the engine is all-new.
Harley Davidson Fat Boy 30th Anniversary: h-dmediakit.com/us/bdp/?flfbsanv
The Fat Boy has been Harley’s bread and butter for the past 30 years, so the company appropriately celebrates its anniversary with a limited-edition version. All of the changes and tweaks are cosmetical in nature and focus on boosting the levels of raw badassery.
Honda CB1100 RS 5Four Limited Edition: www.hondaengineroom.co.uk/bikes/5four/
The world witnessed the arrival of the 4-cylinder CB750 in 1969 when it laid the foundation for the superbike blueprint that is still relevant today. Fast forward half a century, when the Japanese manufacturer is acknowledging its legacy by introducing a limited run of 54 Hondas CB1100 RS.