1992 Honda ST1100 ABS/TCS

2012 BMW K 1600 GT/GTL: “More than 30 new motorcycle models were introduced in the U.S. for 2012, but any way you look at it, this is the year of the K 1600. History will look back upon both the K 1600 GTL and GT as ground-breaking machines in the luxury- and sport-touring segments. They share an in-line 6-cylinder engine that out-guns anything in either class, and have unique features that are right out of the future, like a dynamic-leveling Xenon headlight and fingertip-close Multi-Controller for scrolling through the many menu-accessed functions. // Here at Rider we feel that—so far—the K 1600 platform makes the most sense parked under the GTL luxury tourer’s standard equipment. Stacked against its luxo competition, the GTL offers less weight, more power and capacity, and if the owner of one wants more of a sport-touring experience, the top trunk is easily removed (and it fits and is offered as an accessory for the GT). Comfort is equal to or better than anything in the luxury-touring class (although the stock seat needs a rethink), and the GTL steers, stops and handles like it weighs even less than it’s 776 pounds ready-to-ride.” (Rider, July 2012; photo by Bernhard Limberger)

2011 Triumph Tiger 800/XC
2013 Honda F6B

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