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2016 BMW R1200RS

2016 BMW R1200RS
2016 BMW R1200RS

2016 BMW R1200RS

2016 BMW R1200RS. This model heralds the return of the RS designation to a BMW motorcycle after 16 years. It represents an industry sport touring standard first established by BMW in 1978 with the original R100RS. That meant that this new RS had to reach a pretty high mark,. This bike succeeds in reestablishing that standard. At 520 lbs.,, 125+ horsepower and 87 foot-pounds of torque, it is a well-balanced partner in the twisties and a smooth operator on the interstate. This is the premium version with electronic suspension adjustments cornering ABS, sophisticated dynamic traction control, heated grips, cruise control, and luggage if desired. A great day ride or excellent long-distance companion. Seat is comfortable two-up as well.

2007 BMW G650X Challenge

2007 BMW G650X Challenge
2007 BMW G650X Challenge L

2007 BMW G650X Challenge

2007 BMW G650X Challenge. This is pretty much the most serious dual-sport 650 single BMW has ever made. At 345 lbs wet, it is 50 lbs lighter than the F650 series, and has 6 more horsepower, at 53. It has less gas capacity stock but we can add 1 more accessory gallon to it’s present 2.5 gallon stock capacity at 55 mpg. Ohlins suspension front and rear, combined with Brembo brakes adds assurance that this machine will handle most anything you throw at it. It is a very capable companion off-road, a fun ride.

2008 Harley Davidson Softail Deluxe

Harley Davidson Softail Deluxe

2008 Harley Davidson Softail Deluxe

Some people might ride a Harley Davidson for the “bad guy” appeal, but rather than being threatening, the Deluxe is inviting, right down to the fat white-walled tires. Seat height works well for shorter riders. A good 2-up choice, this bike has the best clutch and braking on a stock Harley ever. The bike practically drives itself.

2009 Harley XR1200

2009 Harley XR 1200

2009 Harley XR1200

The sportiest bike ever to wear the Harley name on its tank. This is a torque monster. At 90HP and 73Ft/Lbs of Torque, it has a respectable amount of power. At 550lbs, it is relatively light, but the first thing you notice is how slender the machine is. This feels very unusual for those used to the wider engines and tanks of Japanese and European manufacturers. It has a very solid, planted feel to it, that is certain.

Check out this video on the Harley Davidson XR1200

Honda CBR650F

Honda CBR650F
Rent this Honda CBR650F from MotoFantasy

Honda CBR650F

A steel frame is strong, but not too rigid for the needs of the everyday rider. With a 57.1-inch wheelbase, the CBR650F is also quick and responsive—just what a machine in this class should be.

1982 Honda CBX

1982 Honda CBX

1982 Honda CBX

CBX….three letters that say much to real MotoHeads.  Like Elvis, this 1982 model’s GT styling made folks pay attention when it was “in the building”, so to speak.  Also like Elvis in his day, and ever since, its Iconic six exhaust header pipe line-up across the front has evoked awe, and respect, along with its unique sound.  Even if you have never heard its unearthly wail near it 9500 RPM redline, you can imagine it looking at those pipes, and the jet-like purr at idle doesn’t give away this cat’s voice at its upper reaches.  So, like Elvis, this thing can still sing.  At 100Hp and 83 Ft/lbs of Torque, it was a king in its day though it wouldn’t make the top 30 now.

Check out this video on the Honda CBX

2007 Moto Guzzi Norge

2007 Moto Guzzi Norge
2007 Moto Guzzi Norge R

2007 Moto Guzzi Norge

2007 Moto Guzzi Norge. This air-cooled 1200 called “The other Italian V-twin is a very capable tourer or day ride, with or without luggage, that is comfortable single or two-up.  It handles well and the shaft final drive is low maintenance and quiet.  With ABS, 95hp, and 80 ft lbs of torque, it is a great all day ride.

2015 Norton Commando 961 SE

2015 Norton Commando

2015 Norton Commando 961 SE

The Norton Commando name is iconic in Motorcycling history. Any motorcycle enthusiast that is worth their salt knows this Marque and model of motorcycle. 2015 is a momentous year. MotoFantasy took delivery on June 13, 2015, and now has one of the first 50 new Norton Commandos coming into the US, and as far as we can tell, the only Commando 961 for rent anywhere in the world. We had a reservation and deposit on this baby for over 4+yrs. After 35 years, there really is a new Norton Commando! As is appropriate, it is a performance machine, not simply a carrier of a dead name. With South Bay Norton performance exhaust kit, it puts out 90HP and dry weighs at 414lbs. It embodies the spirit of Norton’s heritage in that it is a truly competitive motorcycle in its segment, which is air-cooled sport twins such as the Ducati Monster & 1000GT & the Triumph Bonneville Thruxton. However, it will also likely compete with machines such as the BMW F800 series, and the new 800 Triumph series. In short, it is a serious motorcycle worthy of the Norton name, and it looks the part as well, while being solidly rooted in modernity. Oregon has a unique connection to this machine. Kenny Dreer, former Oregon resident and long-time lover and re-builder of old Nortons, after many years of rebuilding these classic machines, developed an evolutionary version of the machine which he tried to get funded under the rights he had purchased to use the Norton name in the US. Unfortunately, he could not bring that into complete reality. Nevertheless, he produced a prototype machine that was used extensively in the process of creating the new Commando SE. This motorcycle has Norton DNA laced all the way through it. His name should rightfullly be heralded as a developer of this machine. Cycle World said it quite well recently: “…a production Norton that feels as good as a Ducati Monster 1100S, a bike I love, is incredible. The new Commando impresses within the first mile. It balances a feeling of modernity with the character and X-Factor a bike like this needs. There are enough vibrations to make you connect with the machinery but not too many to make things uncomfortable. I immediately feel comfortable. Nothing is alien or quirky. No familiarization period is needed.”

Check out this video on the 2011 Norton Commando

2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000F

2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000F
2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000F

2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000F

2016 Suzuki GSX-S1000F. This is the sane Gixxer, with a real world seating position, full coverage fairing, excellent handling, 145hp and great torque, ABS Brembo brakes, and traction control. It is a comfortable single-up sport or sport touring machine, and gorgeous as well.

2013 Yamaha FZ-6

2013 Yamaha FZ-6
2013 Yamaha FZ-6 L

2013 Yamaha FZ-6

2013 Yamaha FZ-6. This 600cc four is an awesome friendly companion for a day ride, or slap on the expandable luggage, and head out for a weekend or more. With 78hp, a nimble chassis and excellent ergonomics, you will find it a great all round street bike.

Honda VT 500 Ascot

Honda VT 500 Ascot

An unusual machine, for sure.  It came out the same year as the Shadow 500, the first Honda cruiser model which was the main machine destined for the 500CC V-Twin motor.  A shaft drive, self-adjusting valve, fuel-injected motorcycle, the Ascot model was sport-oriented.  Too bad it did not sell.  This thing handled well, had adequate power, and you literally had to only put gas and oil in it, and go for a ride.  A more user-friendly bike could not be had. It’s only drawback being a quite short 110-mile range (with reserve).  Still, it was like riding a mini-Sportster, and kind of looked like one too.  Hmm, with the same gas capacity too, guess it was similar in more ways than one.  It’s just a dang fun little scoot.

2007 Buell Ulysses

2007 Buel Ullyses

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This was Buell’s answer to the “Adventure Bike”, and to those who wanted a more practical Buell, and it definitely is.  Except for the tall 33 inch seat height, this bike is an easy to manage road companion, and very comfortable for two-up riding, with a small (if uncomfortable) back rest, and cavernous panniers that can easily carry a weekend’s worth of gear for two.  Don’t let its looks fool you either.  This is a sport bike too.  It is responsive and agile, with a friendly personality and a truckload of low end grunt, producing 88 ft lbs of torque and 103 Hp, with a 57 in wheelbase and 460 lbs wet.

Wait a minute.  Let me get this straight.  This is a Made-In-America 100+Hp bike that handles like crazy, works around town, or one-up or two-up touring, and if you shoe it with more bite it will do some duty on unpaved roads?  Geez, this sounds like the perfect Motorcycle.

Too bad it ain’t around anymore, but you can ride it here at MotoFantasy.  Try this bike, and you may find its power and it’s compatible handling characteristics very addictive.