Indian’s newest FTR 1200, the FTR Rally, is coming to America, and we managed to score a quick ride on a preproduction model the day after the announcement.

A quick and loose rip on Indian’s just-announced scrambler-style FTR.

A quick and dirty spin on Indian’s just-released 2020 FTR Rally. Slightly different ergos and retro accessories distinguish it from the base FTR 1200.
More than just America: Having achieved a major emissions certification, the Arch KRGT-1 is now up for grabs in Europe too.

The monster motor is good to go for European sale.

Arch Motorcycle announces its KRGT-1 model has achieved Euro 4 certification and will be immediately available for sale in European markets.
Harley has rolled out its first 2020 mid-year model, the limited-edition Fat Boy 30th Anniversary motorcycle.

Limited edition model looks stealthier but retains 114 engine.

Harley is celebrating one of its most iconic models with the limited-production Fat Boy 114 featuring special styling and a bigger engine.
The Street Glide has been a chart-topper for years, but challengers to its throne are starting to stack up. Take a look at some other bagger options below.

BMW, Honda, and Moto Guzzi all make baggers not named Street or Road Glide.

Harley’s Street Glide and Road Glide get all the attention, but a new crew of baggers from BMW, Honda, Indian, Yamaha, and others deserve a close look too.
Winner, winner: The Good Design Award goes to the Ducati Diavel 1260 S.

The Italian power cruiser snags more recognition for its unique styling

Ducati’s unconventional power cruiser, the Diavel 1260 S, now has a new prize—the Good Design Award—to add to its long list of other accolades.
One of the biggest splashes of the past decade was Harley’s launch of the reinvented Softail line in 2018, with eight models coming online all at once.

From Hondas and Harleys to Guzzis and Indians, these bikes sum up the decade.

The bikes we feel hugely influenced the cruiser segment in the 2010s. Among the expected entries from Honda and Harley there are also some sleepers.
Moto Guzzi’s latest addition to the V7 series is the limited-edition 2020 V7 Stone S, announced at EICMA 2019.

With new additions, Guzzi’s 750cc family expands to six models for 2020.

Moto Guzzi released new versions of its V7 at last month’s EICMA 2019 show. We take a closer look at the Stone, the Stone S, and Stone Night Pack variations.
The latest KRGT-1 mixes roadster with touches of café racer, but at its heart is still that monster S&S 124ci V-twin motor that screams hot rod.

We ride the $85,000 model with Keanu Reeves right behind us. No pressure.

A spin on Arch Motorcycle’s new KRGT-1, which got major refinements for 2020. Even with Keanu Reeves watching, it’s a helluva lot of fun to ride.
Indian adds a new styling twist with the introduction of the 2020 FTR Rally, available in European and Asian markets only—for now. We can always hope, right?

A couple of retro add-ons give this Euro-only model a new attitude.

Indian rolled out a new 2020 FTR Rally model at EICMA, giving it slightly different ergos and retro accessories to distinguish it from the base FTR.
This boardtrack-inspired Indian Scout custom won top prize at the Project Scout Bobber contest. Many of the parts on “Hasty Flaming Buffalo” were handmade or one-offs, using modern building techniques.

The winner of Project Scout Bobber blends modern tech with classic lines.

An LM Creations custom Indian Scout, “Hasty Flaming Buffalo” won the Project Scout Bobber contest at the Bigtwin Bikeshow by mixing modern with classic.