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Looking to reduce the seat height of Kawasaki W800? Here’s how


Motorcycles with vintage aesthetics have that “something” that we love. It may be that it takes us back to the classic motorcycle era or that fusion of tradition and technology that makes them irresistible to many motorcycle enthusiasts. Among all the brands with models in this category, Kawasaki year after year launches very good examples […]

SUV motorcycle? Here’s how to get to the ground better on the Honda X-ADV


In this blog we do not usually review scooters as they could be considered a separate segment from conventional motorcycles (whether sport, trail, touring, etc.). Although to the novice eye they might look very similar, any purist or motorcycling connoisseur will tell you that they are worlds apart. In this entry we will present a […]

Oh là là! From France we present the review of a customer of Upbikers

We love to hear news of bikers trying Upbikers around the world and having a good experience. At the company, we are committed to bringing the passion for motorcycling to many frontiers, regardless of the type of terrain and stature of the rider. From France, the blogger Petite Mais Motarde (something like “Petite Mais Motarde”) […]

Want better ground clearance on the CFMoto 800MT Touring? Here we tell you about it!

The world of motorcycling is inherently linked to speed, adventure and thrills. But just as in cycling not everything is mountain biking or pirouettes, as there are also touring bikes and to go quietly, there are those who prefer a more relaxing hobby of motorcycles. In our review today we will talk about a bike […]

Hungry for adventure? We tell you how to get to the ground better on the BMW F 850 GS Adventure 2023.

At Upbikers we are still looking for adventure. Just last week we did a roundup of the best accessories for the best accessories if you ride off-road motorcycles and now we will present the review of a bike worthy of long rides and lots of action. If you’re a fan of long hauls and rough […]