2016 Husqvarna Motocross Range

Husqvarna South Africa has recently unpacked their 2016 MX range of dirt weapons! The new bikes have been completely redesigned and their objectives have been achieved. Major factors behind the significant improvements include, weight...

Ride Review: Kawasaki Ninja ZX10R 30th Anniversary Edition

Kawasaki’s Ninja turns 30 in 2015, which means that the Ninja brand has been around for as long as what I have. Unlike me the Ninja has definitely become better looking with age…. Thanks to...

Ride Review: Ducati Diavel

Get one thing straight… There is nothing soft about Ducati’s Diavel. This is one serious high-tech piece of Italian exotica. The visual impact is extreme from every angle. The black anodized upside down front forks,...

Ride Review: Kawasaki Versys 650

The Kawasaki Versys has undergone a significant change for 2015. So much so that it would be doing the bike a serious injustice by speaking of the changes as a “facelift”. The changes are...

Ride Review: Suzuki Gixxer SF and 200 Burgman

Suzuki Gixxer SF As fuel prices tend ever upwards Suzuki have brought in two new models designed to keep you smiling at the pumps. The first bike to make a sheikh frown is the little...

The 2016 KTM SX Range

ZA Bikers recently attended the launch of the 2016 KTM SX range. The SX and SXF variants represent MX (Motocross) bikes within the extensive KTM range. These motorcycles are competition based and equipped with latest...

Ride Review: Triumph Trophy SE

The purpose of testing bikes at ZA Bikers is to give you, our readers, an accurate assessment of what the bikes we test are like to ride and more importantly own. Sometimes we are...

Ride Review: Triumph Tiger 800

There is something utterly intoxicating and addictive about the sonorous wail of a Triumph triple at full chat. When that triple is housed in the latest, WP suspended chassis of the 800 XCx, it...

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