The riding season here in Canada is coming to an end but the stories just keep on flooding in so we’ve filled the November 2016 issue to the brim.
This month we’re bringing you tests on three of the most exciting bikes on the market. First up and featured on our cover is the new Moto Guzzi MGX-21 Flying Fortress; the first attempt by this stylish Italian manufacturer at conquering the bagger segment. Then it’s time to open the throttle and hang onto the world’s fastest production motorcycle, the Kawasaki Ninja H2 as we put on a ton of miles and find out what it’s like to live with this beast. Next up is the first Canadian test ride of the new CCM GP450 Adventure, a British-made, lightweight adventure bike that will take you anywhere you’re brave enough to point the front wheel.
In the world of travel, Jeff Davison treats us to more fantastic images and commentary from his recent trip to Colorado’s high country.
This month’s Legends series takes us to Newfoundland and Labrador for an introduction to the Newfound Riders, a group dedicated to helping children in need. Jessica Kline takes us along for the 10th anniversary of International Female Ride Day and shares her empowering account of the event. Editor in Chief, Glenn Roberts connects with his inner gearhead as he attends the Deeley Motorcycle Exhibition’s Cycles & Cinema exhibit. We’re also happy to welcome back Emily Roberts, who’s latest story reminds us to keep challenging our perceptions of motorcycling and our abilities.
All this and much more can be found in the November 2016 issue of Motorcycle Mojo.