Fall is here, and with it comes football, falling leaves, pumpkin-flavored-everything, rain and cold weather. Now, us riders are a tad more concerned with those last two, as the wet and the cold seem to hit us out of nowhere year after year. This time around, we want to change all that. We want to get you prepared for fall, and riding longer into the rainy seasons; after all, who doesn’t want more seat time?
Suzuki started a revolution back in 1984 with the first Superbike ever, the GSX-R 750. We take you through 30 years of history of one of the most iconic bikes ever built.
No matter how prepared you are or how much you try to avoid riding in it, in the end: Rain happens. You need not fear it, or run for cover at the first sight of little dark clouds. But you should respect how rain changes the game and adjust your riding accordingly.
Four-season tires need to be great at three things: Mileage, sporty handling, and wet surface grip. If you’re a sport touring rider, or even sport bike rider who rides year-round, tires are as important as any component on the motorcycle and essential to a full season of riding. We consulted our tire experts to give you five of the best sport and sport touring four-season tires.