2006 GV650 Aquila – Hyosung’s Stirring Sport-Cruiser

The first thing that will strike you about the Hyosung GV 650 Aquila, before you sit on it, before you fire it up, is the look.  The styling is tautly fluid like a droplet shaped by surface tension with flowing curves.  It instantly invokes thoughts of a “V-Rod light”, but with a hint of Yamaha…

2006 Hyosung GT650 – Subtle Machinations

Nipping through the corners of the Autodrome St-Eustache, reminds me of how effectively wide naked bike bars can push a ride down into a corner.  The Hyosung GT650 complies promptly to such ministrations, making it an easier and quicker ride than the company’s fully faired offerings, which OWD sampled during our marathon track session.  The…

2006 Hyosung GT250 Comet – Inconspicuous Consumpt

The recipe for a beginner’s bike is pretty simple really.  It needs enough of an engine to get you up to highway speeds, handling that’s good enough to get you through the corners without trauma, and brakes that handle what traffic throws at you – like a bus – all sandwiched in by a capable…