Welcome to the February 2015 issue of Cycle Torque Magazine.
On the cover this month is the contemporary classic Scrambler by Ducati, we were invited to the launch in Palm Springs and bring you our first impressions. On the modern classic front, we have also ridden the Indian Chief Vintage from America’s reborn manufacturer, which is not only a tribute to the former, but an absolute beauty in its own right. Find out why Picko’ thinks the Harley-Davidson V-Rod Muscle is Harley’s true Sportster and Todd Reed checks out the new Yamaha YZ250FX, which closes the gap between a road legal WRF and competition YZF models.
Office Newbie Ryan Grubb has taken the Ducati Monster 659 long-term test bike to Byron Bay and back again, taking the LAMS beast through some of New South Wales’ serpentine roads. There’s part II of the BMW TS Safari, products tested, opinion, and lots more.
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If you missed the first series of Cycle Torque TV, check your local guide for channel 74 (64 in regional areas) – 4ME is repeating the first series over the summer. Even better, we have set up a playlist on YouTube so you can watch them when you want in 720p or 1080HD. Scroll to the bottom of the page to find the playlist.
Ducati Monster 659 Long-term Report
BMW TS Safari Part II
Falco Maxx boots
Zac Sprint R-3
Ultra Sil Day pack
Redd Dog ladies long-sleeve top
Motosprint MX Wheels
Kabuto Aeroblade III | YouTube
RAD Guard – Ducati Multistrada 1200 – CYCLE TORQUE READER SPECIAL
Used and Reviewed