April 2016 Issue

IN this edition of Cycle Torque we have possibly the world-first test of the Harley- Davidson CVO Pro Street Breakout, Harley’s straight-line Screamin’ Eagle-powered Softail performance cruiser.

The fit and finish of this motorcycle is out of this world but the $42K question is does it live up to the hype? You bet it does. Make sure you check out the video, too.
Pickett tasted some of Triumph’s newest flavours at the press launch of the Street Twin, part of the new Bonneville range for 2016. He professes to be the furthest thing away from being a hipster but there is no denying these bikes have custom cool in spades and the torque to match.
We also test the Yamaha WR250R with more aftermarket adventure accessories than you can poke a stick at – hell, you could poke a whole rainforest at it. The WR250R is the little engine that would and with the accessories the bike will take you anywhere.
Kawasaki recently launched its 2016 agricultural lineup of Mule side-by-sides, Brute Force quads and the Stockman 250 ag bike. From everyone to primary producers to hobby farmers, the range has a solution for just about any application.
We got a great bunch of responses from Kate’s letter last month, too much to fit in the print edition, make sure you check out the letters to read the full range of opinions. The point is we love hearing your feedback. If you enjoyed a test, let us know. Is something grinding your gears? We’d love to hear about it too. Send them to feedback@cycletorque.com.au
There’s also great columns, products, news and more.
We hope you enjoy the issue!

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