Top 5 New Motorcycles We’re Dying to Ride in 2020

New year, new bike line-up. And we can’t wait. The new motorcycles of 2020 are sure to deliver no matter what you are looking for in a bike. We have increased speed thanks to lightweight designs and high-horsepower engines, we have better handling and the latest technology. Out with the old 2019 models and in with the new!

2021 Harley-Davidson Pan-America Adventure

Harley Davidson is launching its first adventure touring motorcycle with the new Pan America™ 1250cc in late 2020, and this is not your average Harley. It is not the classic cruiser that we know Harleys to be. This all-terrain travel bike is said to have more than 145 hp and 90 pound-feet of torque. Harley riders can now feel free to get off the paved roads and start making their own adventures with this bike.

2020 Ducati Streetfighter V4

If you are looking for speed, then the Ducati Streetfighter V4 is the bike for you. This bike is being called the stripped-down Panigale V4 for the streets, and it will be put to the test in The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb this coming year. Thanks to revised gear ratios, the torque in the lower rev range has been improved so you can gain speed at a steerable rpm.

2020 KTM 390 Adventure

Although the KTM 390 may seem to be just another adventure bike in the lineup, this one promises it has more to offer than the rest. The KTM 390 features a single-cylinder motor and a light-weight frame, which makes it stand out. The adjustable suspension and a TFT dash help bring substance to this new adventure bike.

2020 BMW S 1000 XR

This updated S 1000 adventure bike features a new four-cylinder ShiftCam motor along with a new frame and less weight. The torque has been improved for additional flexibility and drivability. Gear ratios have also been modified to be more fuel efficient. We hope this bike will be the perfect marriage of style and comfort on the road.

2020 Yamaha YZ125X

Here’s the bike we can’t wait to take out on the dirt track. This new Yamaha is lighter, more powerful, and has better handling. This bike is built to handle the tight turns and rocky routes of dirt tracks. The new engine features a lighter cylinder and the digital Power Tuner allows riders to make instant trackside engine mapping adjustments and monitor a range of data.

Stay safe out there!

When you take that power out on the road, it’s important to stay safe.

Be on the lookout for distracted drivers and learn how to properly share the road with all vehicles and pedestrians. Make sure you have the right safety gear for riding, and make yourself visible and seen while riding. Stay alert and aware of your surroundings, and keep educating yourself on how to be a better rider and better driver so you can make the most of your new ride.

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