Retro design is appealing, but let’s be honest: who wants a dull incandescent lamp, an old weak engine, and an antiquated suspension setup in 2022? The time has finally arrived for neo-retro motorcycles to take over. They preserve the old-school aesthetics, but add bright LEDs to light the road, modern mills to rumble, and advanced electronics to ensure rider safety. We will prove to you that the new generation of vintage is worth every penny by exhibiting the hottest models from the class today!
|Latest bikes||Price in (USD)|
|1.Scrambler Ducati Tribute Pro||$13,995|
|2. Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR||$20,950|
|3. Kawasaki Z650RS||$8,999|
|4. Yamaha XSR900||$9,999|
|5. Honda CB1000R Black Edition||$12,999|
|6. Indian FTR||$12,999|
|7. Moto Guzzi V7||$8,999|
|8. Triumph Trident 660||$8,095|
|9. Suzuki Katana||$14,000|
|10. BMW R nineT Urban G/S 40 Years||$15,995|
1. Scrambler Ducati Tribute Pro
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Ducati’s first air-cooled twin cylinder engine, and to commemorate the occasion, the company is introducing the 2022 Scrambler Ducati Tribute Pro.
2. Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR
The new 2022 Triumph Speed Triple 1200 RR is the highest specification Speed Triple on the market, and it builds on the previously released 1200 RS. The main difference is a more sophisticated suspension setup, which includes an Ohlins fully adjustable 43mm fork and a piggyback reservoir shock.
3. Kawasaki Z650RS
2022 Kawasaki Z650RS offers a classic look, clearly inspired by the 1970s Z1. It especially stands out when the bike is wearing the available Candy Emerald Green body color.
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4. Yamaha XSR900
Originally introduced as a follow up to the MT-09 naked in 2016, Yamaha XSR900 is now being reborn as a second-generation model.
5. Honda CB1000R Black Edition
The Honda CB1000R Black Edition is a blacked-out version of the brand’s flagship neo-sport cafe roadster. Except for a few machined aluminium details on the wheels and engine covers, the bike’s entire exterior is dark, with graphite tank covers and a rear pillion.
6. Indian FTR
We may all remember the FTR1200 as Indian Motorcycles’ assault on the scramblers class, but in 2022 the American brand will shift the model’s philosophy to a more street-oriented Naked class.
7. Moto Guzzi V7
In 2021 Motoguzzi celebrated a centennial and to mark the occasion they gave their longest running nameplate a significant makeover. The V7 has been around for more than 50 years, so Italians do not mess too much with its iconic DNA and classic styling.
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8. Triumph Trident 660
Triumph isn’t exactly known for affordability, but the Trident 660 that underprices seasoned neo retro nakeds from Honda, Kawasaki and Yamaha, completely flips the script.
9. Suzuki Katana
The 2022 Suzuki Katana features improved styling and more advanced electronic controls. The bike has gold fork tubes, a grey shock spring, a two-tone seat, distinctive wheel colouring, and two new paints: Metallic Matte Stellar Blue and Solid Iron Grayeme.
10. BMW R nineT Urban G/S 40 Years
BMW R nineT Urban G/S 40 Years commemorates the 40th anniversary of the brand’s GS bike series. The model features eye-catching black and yellow paintwork that pays homage to the 1980s R100 GS nicknamed Bumblebee.