Slipstream Bike and Kit Reviews.

If you have a review of your bike, any bike you may have taken out for a test ride, your best bit of kit or your latest bit of bling; please pass on your findings to other members. Send your review to slipstream@tvam.org with accompanying photographs for publication.

  

Riders Ride (March 17)

Riders Ride (March 17)

Welcome to Rider’s Rides! Each month we’ll feature a TVAM member and their bike, talk about why they chose that model, what they use it for, as well as what they like and dislike about it. Want to see your bike featured? Get in touch at pressofficer@slipstream.org    ...

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Riders Ride (February 17)

Riders Ride (February 17)

Introducing a new feature here in Slipstream: Rider’s Rides! Each month we’re going to feature a TVAM member and their bike, talk about why they chose that model, what they use it for, as well as what they like and dislike about it. Want to see your bike...

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Zero DSR Review

Zero DSR Review

It seems that the world is changing faster than we think. With technology in electric vehicles constantly getting better, owning an electric vehicle is becoming more viable by the day. On my daily commute, I see more and more fully electric cars. I first...

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Yamaha MT10 Review

Yamaha MT10 Review

In 2009, Yamaha broke from accepted form by equipping their range-topping litre bike with a cross-plane crank, delivering the sound and power delivery of a V4 in an inline four package. For bikers bored with more than a decade of howling exhaust notes it was a breath...

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Yamaha Tracer 700

Yamaha Tracer 700

In many ways, the development and subsequent announcement of this motorcycle was an inevitability. More and more manufacturers are embracing platform sharing as a way to reduce both the costs and risks of bringing an extended range of models to market. After the...

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Honda NC750X DCT Review

Honda NC750X DCT Review

I rode this bike’s predecessor, the NC700X, back when it first launched in the UK in 2012. There have been several minor changes since then, not least the engine growing 50cc and 7 horsepower. But this year Honda, dramatically restyled the whole 750 lineup, eschewing...

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