Honda NC750X

No commuter offering better demonstrates practicality, ease of use and economy than the Honda NC750X. Being clutchless offers the ease and economy of a twist-and-go maxi scooter, plus clever storage – thanks to a re-located petrol tank – that creates enough space up front for a full size helmet. If you want a bike to go to work on, buy an NC.

“This kind of bike really feels like the future for urban commuters.”

David Burton

Runner-up: BMW C-Evolution

A pioneering first step into EV commuters from BMW, though high prices, limited range and a lack of infrastructure mean it’s only a credible alternative for early adopters.

Runner-up: Triumph Bonneville

Achingly cool and so rider-friendly, the Bonneville is an effortless, affordable and super-stylish way to get to work.

Category winners

Meet our panel of expert judges

Jon Quirk
Editor-in-Chief of Auto Trader, road rider, customiser and committed to helping everybody find their dream bike.
Rob Morphet
Launched Auto Trader Bikes in 1996, a key protagonist in its successful shift to digital and a passionate supermoto rider.
David Burton
Founding editor of independent motorcycle magazine Esses, road rider, prolific designer, tea drinker.
Phil West
One of the UK’s most authoritative, respected and long established motorcycling journalists. Now a senior road tester for Auto Trader Bikes.

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