20/20 Hindsight

Why people still believe this BMW badge myth

It was a bit of a disappointment when we first learnt that the BMW badge, one of the most iconic corporate logos in history, is not the clever nod to the brand’s aircraft heritage...

70s motorcycles that tanked: Showroom Duds part three

Snag dons the flares to wander through the seventies bike showroom to see what was selling – and what was left standing. Close your eyes. It’s the 70s and motorcycling is at an all time high...

Before the Moto Guzzi V85 TT there was the Stelvio 1200: Snag’s Bargains

Is a used Moto Guzzi Stelvio a smart buy right now? Long known for long-legged big-bore road hardware, the smartians at Moto Guzzi were acutely aware that a significant opportunity for one of motorcycling’s relatively...

Snag’s Bargains: Triumph Scrambler 2006-2008

Triumph Motorcycles is set to unveil its new Scrambler models in April, but in the mean time, we look back at the 2006 bike that started the resurgence of the segment. Read on to...

Snag’s Bargains: Moto Guzzi California

The Moto Guzzi California has had the criticism of representing a marketing exercise designed to simply cash in on the success enjoyed by a certain brand from Milwaukee in the USA. But, that’s desperately...

Snag’s bargains: Yamaha FJR1300 2001-2010

Australians were demanding much more from makers, the market was buoyantly singing and Yamaha decided to build the bike that every serious sports tourer really wanted. Enter, the Yamaha FJR1300. The Yamaha FJR1300 arrived on...

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