Welcome to August edition of Cycle Torque.
The SuperSport is Ducati’s answer to sports-touring, and it’s so confident that the marque is calling the SuperSport a ‘Road Sport’ bike. We hit the road and track to find out just how ‘Road Sport’ it really is…
Take the road less travelled with Royal Enfield’s Himalayan, as the Indian manufacturer brings its olde world charm to adventure. It won’t get you there the quickest, but boy it allows you to have a lot of fun in the process.
BMW is fashionably late to the learner segment with its G 310 R roadster. Its take offers something different, plenty of attitude and halves the minimum age requirement to buy into the propeller shaft badge. Best of all, it’s cost-effective fun!
Also featured in the issue is a report on Metzeler’s MC360 mid-soft and mid-hard enduro/MX tyre. Metzeler has been at pains to make its off-road tyre more versatile, and it’s succeeded, because the competition-level tyres are street-legal too.