Honest, capable and affordable, this is the quintessential cheap ‘n’ cheery ride for troubled times.
Accessible Brit-cool for the working class.
BMW’s biggest engine yet arrives in Singapore to eat some Harley pie. Here are our first impressions of the Berlin-built “Big Boxer”.
Over a decade since electric motorcycles first hit modern city roads, Singapore has yet to embrace the electric revolution.
No panniers? Here’s how to store your gear without ruining your bike’s silhouette.
A motorcycle noob visualises data on motorcycle spending.
Can an old, 145kg dualsport hold its own in terrain ruled by lightweight dirtbikes? Armed with some mods, a hard enduro enthusiast accepts the challenge.
Small displacement machines that are confidence-inspiring and cost less to buy and maintain than some high-end bicycles. Best of all, you can get one with a beginner’s license.
Want to ride faster & stay safer? Get schooled in applying the habits of racing champions to the street.
BHH’s boss man, Rex Tan, drops some wisdom on being a better motorcyclist (hint: it’s more than just being able to go faster).
Want to sign up for a Track Day, but haven’t a clue what it involves? Here’s an account of a typical SBR Track Day.
When was the last time you tried a different border crossing from Bukit Kayu Hitam?