NEW 2021 Motorcycles: EVERY new motorcycle being launched in 2021 | Part 1: Honda, Triumph, BMW…


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NEW 2021 Motorcycles: EVERY new motorcycle being launched in 2021 | Part 1: Honda, Triumph, BMW...



These are ALL the brand-new motorcycles coming your way in 2021, including the Ducati Monster, Honda CMX 1100 Rebel & much, much more.
Honda, BMW, Royal Enfield, Triumph, Energica, Bimota, Harley-Davidson…
Honda X-ADV, Honda CB1000R, BMW M 1000 R…

Intro (00:00)
Honda (1:32)
BMW (3:20)
Royal Enfield (4:30)
Bimota (5:03)
Triumph (5:53)
Harley-Davidson (6:30)
Moto Guzzi (7:56)
Energica (8:15)

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  1. Verbal dihoreah paired with strobed visuals, hasn't this year been torture enough? Hey man, what's the rush? It's not like any of us are going anywhere very far or very fast in 2021

  2. So while cars are pushing ahead with electrification motorcycles are stuck in the past for the most part.

    Still pushing out 1200cc bikes 1000cc bikes that will have a short life span due to new legislation steadily being brought in to stop the use of fossil fuel.

    And they wonder why the motorcycle industry is declining!

    The engines may be fast powerful and the bikes may look good, but they rely on being able to get petrol to run them, many fuel stations seem to be closing and though petrol will be around a long time to come, it may mean you will have to travel further a field to get it.

    They need to think about the future of motorcycling rather than harping back to the days when your choices were motorcycle or car, now the choices are expanding and the only thing holding them up are the outdated laws that keep them illegal.

  3. I've been motorcycling about 45 years. My best years were a long time ago, with quite a few at 10,000+ traveled. Bought several new, big Hondas. Sold the last one I had a few years ago. I currently ride a BMW R75/5, because it's just a gem.
    But, the only new bikes that interest me, and I hope to buy at least one of, would be a middle weight electric motorcycle. The closest I've seen to my criteria, if perhaps too light, is the Sondors Metacycle.
    That would make an interesting year.

  4. The engines on the newer models, other than the air/oil cooled Honda CB350 H'ness and the Royal Enfield Meteor, look so industrial, I don't like them. I'm older and like a motorcycle that looks like a motorcycle. So many of the new models are weird looking with squinty headlamps up from and the rear sticking up in the air like some sort of insect, some even have what looks like a stinger equipped with a tail lamp on the end of the stinger. I will never own such a stupid looking motorcycle, I'll give up riding first after a life time of riding. I started riding in the early 60's and plan to keep on riding for as long as I'm able, but not on something stupid looking!

  5. The Completely obnoxious Blue tint headlights Hopefully won't make Production and Completely distracting to all oncoming road users. WHITE headlight has been around from the beginning & Every other Goofy color Definitely Won't work in the End. Honda sucks this one for sure there hopping the Dumb color will Make a Sale & Honda dummies will be all over the Dumb Off color and illegal in Some Countries.

  6. Disappointed that you did not mention the changes to the 2021 Honda Goldwing. Honda have increased the volume of the rear trunk to help it accommodate two full face helmets. The lack of trunk space was something that Goldwing owners had criticised when the latest version of the bike was announced in 2018.

  7. The Moto Guzzi V7 stone has the new 850 motor from the 850 tt and a stronger shaft drive and tightened up frame in a classic blinged up chrome model and an understated V7 … 🙂

  8. At 66 years old and being a biker all my life where back since 1972……….. I can now proclaim officially that the UK is the most anti-bike country in the whole entire world………….. it has nothing but bloody garbage below 300cc………….. I have been looking for a 250 trail bike to pop around on down the country lanes where I live and a few green lanes………. cannot find one No! the perfect bike would be the Yamaha serow 250 easy engine to service, low seat height and a good range petrol tank, but Yamaha it its wisdom didn't import it into the UK…….. when I wrote to them they said because of latest emissions what stopped them when it was Euro 3/4.

    the Honda 250 or the new 300……. are not practical bikes. 1) seat height to high were not Giants in the UK. 2) ridiculous small fuel tank, 3) upside-down forks so you can't lower the fender so you get covered in crap if you use it in the rain and so does your engine. overcomplicated double overhead cam engine……….. the bike is not people friendly and to back me look around annual see these bikes low mileage for sale because you can't live with them in the real world. my mate had one he called it a van bike, you van it their, you ride it then you van it back home, that's why he sold it after nine months…………I'm stuck riding a 2009 Yamaha XT 125R with all of 9.6 brake horsepower……..the maximum brake horsepower for a 125 in the UK is 14.6 BHP, so why did Yamaha give their XT 125………9.6 BHP ?

    quite some years ago I put £6000 in my account to buy a brand-new 250 trail bike to write in my old age, there is nearly £10,000 in my bank now. why haven't I brought one because there isn't one, there is no such thing any more in the UK as a 250/ 400 cc dual-purpose motorcycle, they are either fully focus off road or they are fully focus on road, there is no in between in the 250 to 400 category, if I was in any other country I would be lost for choice. specially in America.

    many years ago in the early 70s I had the opportunity to move to America but I decided to stay in the UK because that's the country I was born in and I love. I wish I took up that opportunity. The UK is a dead country when it comes to buying motorbikes……. because the politicians are totally anti-bike.

  9. It won't be government legislation that kills off motorcycling as an economical, practicle, comfortable, and realistic transport option – it will be the industry's narrow-minded focus on motorcycles as a fashion and status symbol for cashed-up middle class attention seekers. These 'new' motorcycles are hideously repellent cat-walk models looking for a social image to inhabit.

  10. Could you puuulllleeeeeezzzzz don't do the flip-from-one-view-to-the-next-as-fast-as-you-can routine! Let us focus on each view so we can actually SEE the image!!