We look back at the two-wheel titan that turns 25 this year, yet seems to remain timeless.
The brand has just announced the price of its first zero-emissions machine at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The British company that produced the actor’s 1966 desert-sled is building 300 exact replicas.
Along with more than 227 hp, the two-wheeler also rolls with a paint that repairs its own (minor) scratches.
The brand’s plans include the Livewire electric motorcycle and 16 middleweight bikes based on a new liquid-cooled V-twin.
Dressed to impress, the 121 hp naked bike behaves brilliantly across the board.
It’s probably the oldest motorcycle manufacturer of which you’ve never heard – unless your motorised enthusiasms extend to mowing and sewing. And yet Sweden’s Husqvarna has claimed more than 70 world championships in its 115 years of continuous motorcycle production. Husqvarna traces its origins to the 17th century, when an already long-established iron foundry in […]