The Leoncino 500’s smaller brother
Beginner riders are more spoiled for choice than ever, as Benelli Philippines has now introduced the Leoncino 250, a quarter-liter-sized scrambler that essentially acts as a younger brother to the Leoncino 500.Similar to its 500cc sibling, the Leoncino 250
Limited to just 775 units worldwide
With almost every bike these days being updated to conform to Euro 5 standards, it comes as no surprise that British icon Triumph has also brought its range up to spec with current emissions regulations. The latest to get this upgrade is
Which scrambler makes your heart beat faster?
When buying your first bike, especially your first big bike, it pays to do your research. For that reason, we've decided to take a look at two promising beginner-friendly big bikes that not only look good, but also happen to
This is the HyperScrambler 2 from Juiced Bikes
We've lost count of all the stylish electric bicycles that we've come across since this whole COVID-19 situation started. Frankly, though, we don't mind.As a matter of fact, we've come across yet another electric bicycle that'
These rides are hot to trot
Riders usually frown at the sight of electric-powered motorbikes or e-bikes, which they deem as mere novelties that are miles away from the real rides. And it is true to some extent, given the kind of e-bikes that have
Appealing to both the old and the young
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.The Scrambler is Ducati's big success story. The Italian motorcycle maker came out with these retro-inspired machines that are selling like hotcakes
First batch sold out during the launch
When the Ducati Scrambler Icon was introduced in the Philippines in 2014, it rocked the local motorcycle market like a magnitude-10 earthquake. In a short span after it was launched, this entry-level, retro-style Italian breed became a big hit.
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