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Model Overview: 2016 Yamaha FZ-07 Review and Specs

by Jo Kelley

From luxury bikes to thrill rides, Yamaha Motorcycles has a knack for anticipating riders’ needs.   

Long-time riders know how much thought goes into each aspect of a motorcycle. Every O-ring, spark plug, and cylinder in place, every spoke occupying its rightful place on either wheel. It’s this keen attention to detail that bikers are so drawn to, and the 2016 Yamaha FZ-07 leaves no stone unturned.

Infographics, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

A Look at the 2015 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom

by Logan Reed

Kawasaki Vulcan 900: Top Speed, Cool Look, and Clean Ride.

What comes to mind when you see or hear the word smooth? Whatever your first thought may be, I’ll bet it pales in comparison to the 2015 Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Custom, whose silky smooth response and easy-to-control torque characteristics are enough to set your senses tingling. Still not convinced? Keep reading for my Kawasaki Vulcan 900 review.

Articles, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

2015 Honda CB300F Review and Specs

by Logan Reed

The 2015 Honda CB300F is a commuter in every sense of the word: lightweight, low-slung, fuel-efficient, powerful (enough)…you get the idea. But what makes this particular bike so commendable in terms of its model category, is the confidence it inspires in fledgling riders. Honda motorcycles have a strong cult following in the riding community, and CB300F enthusiasts can attest. 

Rider Diaries, Husqvarna

Nick van der Vegt's Husqvarna 701 // Filming Comes First

by Kelly Kawasaki

Do you currently own a motorcycle?

Believe it or not, I just purchased my first motorcycle this past Friday! I’m currently working on a reveal video which will go live later this week. Very excited to share! I purchased a 2018 Husqvarna 701 but please don’t announce yet!

Articles, Motorcycles, The Brain Bucket

Motorcycles for Women: Some of My Top Picks

by Cam

The Best Motorcycles for Women

The motorcycle industry is constantly growing and adapting to changes, and that’s part of the beauty of the ride. Its ability to keep chugging on in a market that can be difficult is something we women bikers have a lot of pride in.