We all have our favorite bikes, but there is a certain breed of models that are universally craved by riders of all strata. Each upgrade and new generation for these machines are eagerly anticipated by the entire rider’s community. Today we will be going over the loudest news and announcements within the motorbike world for the upcoming 2021 and 2022 model years.
Some other #AutomotiveTerritory releases that extensively covered motorcycling topics:
Most recent Italian motorcycles produced by Ducati:
New adventure motorcycle models presented for the 2021 model year:
List of all models that made it to this video of the #ATmotorcycles series:
Maintenance free operation iv vital for an adventure tourer, so the new flagship of the Multistrada family V4 arrives with record braking service intervals.
KTM 1290 Super Adventure S: ktm.com/en-nl/1290-super-adventure.html
For the 2021 model year, KTM 1290 Super Adventure S arrives to the European market with a host of functional improvements: a new tubular space frame, longer open-lattice swingarm, advanced WP APEX suspension with Semi-Active technology, and comfier ergonomics.
Harley Davidson Pan America: harley-davidson.com/us/en/products/bikes/future-vehicles/pan-america.html
First announced in 2018, the first adventure tourer by Harley was facing an uncertain future after a change within HD’s management. But it appears, the Harley Davidson Pan America was finally given green light for production during the current model year.
BMW M1000RR: bmwmotorcycles.com/en/models/sport/m1000rr.html
2021 BMW M1000RR is co-developed by BMW Motorrad in cooperation with BMW M performance division. Compared to the S 1000RR bike, the model has revised chassis geometry, a more powerful engine, and sportier design with M-specific components.
Aston Martin and Brough Superior AMB 001: astonmartin.com/en-us/our-world/partnerships/brough-superior
The upcoming AMB 001 by Aston Martin and Brough Superior is resurrecting the idea of turbocharged motorbikes that faded away in 1980s. The bike is powered by a 997cc 8-Valve 88-degree V-twin, enhanced with a modern low-inertia turbocharger and an intercooler.
Damon Hypersport: damon.com/hypersport
Most likely electric bikes are already in the production pipelines of all of the major motorcycle manufacturers, but the Damon Hypersport developed by the Canadian startup is definitely one of the most intriguing.
Upon entering its sixth generation in 2018, the Japanese touring flagship was completely reworked, both from the outside and under the bodywork. In 2021, Honda GL1800 Goldwing arrives with an enlarged top trunk, two times more powerful speakers and updated seating materials.
Italjet Dragster: italjet.com/en/p/dragster
2021 Italjet Dragster should get two engine options, 125 and ABS equipped 200 cc, peaking at 15 and 20 horsepower respectively. According to the latest reports, its production is set to begin in the first half of 2021.