Overland Journal evaluates the new KTM 1190 Adventure R
With adventure motorcycling becoming more popular than ever, we take a look back at one of it’s most iconic bikes
Suzuki delivers adventure with their V-Strom 650 ABS.
We ride the new Caponord 1200… and what a ride it was
Fun to ride, reliable, and good for any long trans-continental ride, the Dakar F650GS is a value bike that’s hard to beat.
Don’t have $25,000 to drop into an adventure bike? Neither do we! Fortunately, we found these five affordable options that are ready for the ride.
With more than 25,000 units sold last year, BMW’s R1200GS is taking the adventure motorcycle field by storm, and for good reason.
If that front fender were a name tag, it would read, “Hello, my name is Adventure Bike.” I’m not ready to say the new big V-Strom has since grown on me but the fact is–– okay, it has grown on me
My first introduction to Subaru was a rally-ready “bugeye” WRX I happened upon while visiting a Jeep dealership many years back. It looked like a blast to drive, but I was too wrapped up in the rock crawling thing to give it a second thought. Somehow, that bugeye stuck in the back of my mind,…
Looking for a serious adventure motorcycle without all the gizmos and gadgets in modern bikes? Check out this 1993 BMW GS with just 36,000 miles.
Will Ryan chronicles his transformation from riding a KLR650 to a KTM 990, in a build thread that represents a change in the bike as well as himself.
A Beautiful Honda? No longer an oxymoron. Or to put it another way: Finally, a Honda my mom wouldn’t buy!
After a long wait and much anticipation, the new R1200GS Adventure is finally here. Adventure riders rejoice.
Low miles, reasonable asking price, and a BMW badge was all it took to hook our Editor on this 650 Dakar
As usual, the U.S. misses out on some of the coolest motorcycles around. Check out what awesome rides will be out of your reach this year.
This is a seriously cool bike and with only 1,111 original miles its practically brand new
A new way to stay classic
For luxurious overlanding
Not available from the factory, but a potent exploration weapon nonetheless
KTM Zweiradcenter Bernhardt in Germany has performed an impressive conversion the to KTM 450 EXC, a factory dual-sport motorcycle with a considerably bias towards short-distance technical dirt travel. The interesting result of Zweiradcenter’s modifications is a motorcycle better suited to long distance, remote exploration, with expeditions into the Sahara, the Road of Bones and even the Trans-America Trail all coming to mind. The concept of this platform has considerable appeal, combining the athletic performance of the 450 with additional range and greater rider comfort. The brakes are bigger, a rally computer has been fitted, along with 37L of fuel. The complete modification list is impressive, but additional oil capacity or improvements to the service intervals seems to be absent from the line-up. I could easily see strapping a Giant Loop bag to the back and ripping up the Skeleton Coast. Zweiradcenter Website
The 2012 Ural Solo St (solo tourist)
From the Ural Mountains, the Solo sT might be the perfect adventure motorcycle.