Yamaha's latest motorcycle pairs the FZ-09's quick-revving and torque-heavy character with neo-retro styling, creating a stunning bike that's as fun to ride around city traffic as it is to race in a flat track on the weekends.
Forget sexy, Yamaha's latest motorcycle is ugly, brutish, and exactly what they were going for -- an industrial-looking beast with aggressive styling, plenty of power, and vicious maneuvering abilities.
Combining the features of an electric bicycle, a scooter, and an ATV, this offroad-capable, street-legal e-bike offers one of the most fun-looking way to get around town, all while providing enough riding chops to keep things interesting on the trail.
Lowering the barrier to outdoor living, this camper trailer weighs just 100 pounds, allowing it to be towed on a small bicycle, all while seating up to four people and sleeping up to two. Just don't climb steep hills and you should be fine.
Commuter bicycles may not be as exciting as more adventure-focused models, but comfort-focused and low-maintenance bikes like this are exactly what you want to be riding when spending an entire day pedaling around the city.
If you ever dreamed of wrapping your legs around a modern 1,000cc behemoth at a price point that will make your accountant squirm the least, this-entry level superbike from Yamaha's R1 Series just might be what makes the dream come true.
A proper gravel bike, this two-wheel steed combines the toughness of a mountain bike, the geometry of a road bike, and all the clearance you need to equip it with a big tire for riding through torturously rugged terrains.
For $53,000, Mazda will sell you this track-ready roadster, which comes with an eight-point roll cage, a racing suspension, and all the necessary modifications to qualify for racing in the Global MX-5 Cup, as well as events from the Sports Car Club of America and the National Auto Sport Association.
A luxury sedan fit for secret agents, this car can resist armor-piercing assault rifle rounds, survive hand-grenade explosions, and even put out fires all on its own, all while looking indistinguishable from the standard version of the Audi A8 L.
An electric car that can ride rough terrains, haul 5,000 pounds of cargo, and fit seven people is impressive enough. When it can clear a 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds and wow onlookers with falcon wing doors, too, it just inspires a whole other level of yearning.
Getting more serious about off-road cycling usually means upgrading from the cheap rig you first picked up when you were starting out. If you're not quite up for the highest-end of the adventure bike market, the Heller Bloodhound should be a suitable next-level upgrade.
Can-Am's side-by-sides have been synonymous with off-road sport and adventure riding since they came out. Serious work? Not so much. That could change soon with the Defender, a work-focused UTV that can carry over 3,000 pounds of cargo in a single trip.