This year’s DR650S is the definition of a living classic. Dating back to the 1900s, the compact and powerful model includes a 644cc, air-cooled single-engine, and 44 horsepower.
It is the largest in Suzuki’s dual-sport collection and has the appearance of a dirt bike — fitting since it does better off-road than on. It is still capable of riding smoothly down the highway and moving through traffic as needed. Unlike most of the other bikes on our list so far, the DR650S only comes available in one color, Iron Grey.
Norton Atlas Ranger
The Atlas Ranger is a newer model from the British company. Its body style suggests it’s influenced by bikes of the past. Built to be handled mainly off-road, it’s perfect for those looking for an adventurer.
It comes equipped with a liquid-cooled, 650cc parallel-twin engine that provides 84 hp. If you want a stylish ride that you can take on any type of terrain, this is a great option. But with a price tag of $15,650, it’s definitely a bit more expensive than some others on our list.
BMW R Nine T Pure Racer
No one expects a low-price tag along with a BMW, but the early asking price of nearly $12,000 for the Racer seemed a bit much a few years back.
Luckily, they decided to drop the price for the 2020 version, making it more affordable to other riders. It's a lot more affordable than some of the similar BMW machines, which sit at over $15,000. This is the perfect bike for those who plan to do a lot of their own customization, and don’t want to pay for parts they’ll end up removing anyway.
Indian Scouter 100th Anniversary
Talk about retro! The 100th-anniversary version of the Indian Scouter nods at the original, which first appeared on the scene back in 1920. While the handlebar bend is the same, there have been quite a few upgrades: longer-travel rear suspension, sportier tires, and a raised handlebar.
If you’re looking for the perfect bike to ride around the city, look no further than the 2020 Scouter! Get your hands on the machine for $15,999.
Moto Guzzi V7 III Special
Moto Guzzi comes in for the win with the 2020 V7 III Special. With a price tag of less than $9000, this elegant and classic ride is probably closest to the original model out of all the V7s.
This fine creation was inspired by an expert designer in the late 1960s, by the name of Giulio Cesare Carcano. And it is definitely aptly named because it certainly is special. With spoked wheel rims and plenty of chrome details, it comes available in two colors.