Just in time for your holiday break, the January 2015 issue of Inside Motorcycles is currently arriving in mailboxes, on newsstands and online!
As our cover indicates, the lead story in our January issue (Vol. 17, Issue 09) is about all of the hottest new bikes being introduced for the 2015 model year. We took all of the new 2015 models and listed our top picks in eight different categories. Which are our faves? Pick up the latest issue to find out!
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Also in the January 2015 issue, we put two top notch motorcycles to the test – the BMW R1200RT and the Suzuki V-Strom 1000. The R1200RT is a fantastic sport touring machine that’s sophisticated and classy, upgraded in 2014 with the new liquid-cooled, 125 hp version of BMW’s boxer engine. The V-Strom 1000, meanwhile, rejoined the Suzuki lineup in 2014 after a five-year hiatus and comes back strong and consistent, at a price point that makes it incredibly tempting. Read our impressions in the latest issue of Inside Motorcycles.
As a bonus, the January issue also includes our 10th annual Holiday Buyers’ Guide, which highlights a vast array of amazing products, Canadian dealerships and businesses across Canada and the US. Whether you’re in need of gift ideas or just want to treat yourself in the new year, you’re sure to find something in this special insert. Plus, our popular Wish Lists are back! Read the free flipbook version online now by clicking here!
On the touring front, guest contributor Trevor Denis takes us on a trip to the Adirondacks in New York where an unmaintained tire becomes the protagonist in a Thanksgiving weekend tale. Inside Tech author John Sharrard talks about the cons of avoiding winter storage prep, while Andrew Trevitt pens an article about variable valve timing technology. Former Editor John Hopkins profiles two of the most talented teenage racers in all of Canada, 2014 championship teammates Stacey Nesbitt and Tomas Casas, while current Editor Graeme Jones takes us back to the VRRA Vintage Festival at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in August, where he immersed himself in the vintage racer lifestyle for three days and came back with a deeper respect for the club, its friendly participants and the fast, intense competition.
All of this and much, much more in the latest issue of Inside Motorcycles! Click here to subscribe now!