Well, it’s Sunday, so it is time to relax and view some motorcycle tests.

Let’s start with the most funny (and honest) review.

An Honest Review of The Triumph Bonneville

The Bonnie is a neat bike – but it’s not as amazing as many gushing reviews online make out. I thought I’d take a little more of realistic look at what it’s like to own and ride the Triumph Bonneville”

Norton Commando v Triumph Thruxton v Hyde Harrier v Enfield Clubman
The arrival of Norton’s new version of its 961 Commando, coinciding with the emergence of the likes of Royal Enfield’s Clubman and a raft of specials based on Triumph’s Thruxton, has helped create a whole new cult of the Café Racer. We take the Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer, Ace 904 Thruxton Special, Hyde Harrier Jubilee and Royal Enfield Clubman on a ton-up trip to the coast to find out what they’re all about…

Norton Cafe Racer SP vs. Triumph Thruxton
One of the undoubted stars of Carole Nash Live at the NEC just before Christmas, standing out like a lump of coal in freshly-fallen snow, was the unveiling of a special, all-black, ‘blinged-up’ version of Norton’s 961 Commando Café Racer

Norton Commando v Triumph Bonneville
This week MCN reunites the two most legendary names in British motorcycling for the first time in three decades. In the 60s and 70s, against a backdrop of glam rock and the three-day-week, both the Triumph Bonneville and Norton Commando succumbed to ever-strengthening Japanese competition.

We hope you like these motorcycles tests. The most of the are from MCN as you may have seen, but we all know their tone of voice, so this makes it easier to compare!

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