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While 2020 has not been a good year for many of us, it has proven to be a fantastic year for biking enthusiasts, with the rollout of a series of new and innovative models for the new decade.
Whether you’re an established afficionado of all things motorbike, or are eagerly exploring the sector looking for your first purchase, here’s our roundup of the best new bikes for 2020:
Moto Guzzi V7 III Racer
This bike is ideally weighted for true biking enthusiasts, giving you a chance to experience real luxury. If you can, we strongly recommend organising a test ride before you purchase, as the difference in handling compared to many bikes on the market is quite striking.
The V7 is a well-weighted piece of kit, with great aesthetics sure to appeal to anyone planning a trip on the wide open road.
Triumph Daytona Moto2 765
One of the best bikes to be released in years, the Triumph reboots the Daytona with a strong engine and impressed onlookers when it was unveiled. However, this excitement has also been accompanied by the knowledge that the model was never intended for a wide mainstream release, something which will disappoint many who had pinned their hopes on the brand and the design.
It still remains to be seen whether things could change – 2020 has been a year of unpredictability, after all. For the moment, enthusiasts will simply need to watch this space.
Indian Chieftan Dark Horse
If Americana had only one motorbike, this would be it. The Indian Chieftan Dark Horse 2020 provides a viable alternative for Harley Davidson fans, and it comes complete with a powerful engine for extended travel. The bike is as much about style as it is substance, which also makes for a refreshing change from some of the motors on the market which seem incapable of balancing both.
Triumph Rocket 3
This bike provides a massive step up in the world for the Triumph brand, which has taken a hit in recent years. However from looking at the Triumph Rocket 3, you’d never be able to guess – this piece of kit is the result of listening to customer feedback and building a bike around these unique needs and wants.
Launched in November 2019, the bike has been the subject of plenty of discussion and will continue to spark interest for anyone bold enough to make a purchase.