FortNine makes some of the absolute best motorcycle reviews on YouTube. Ryan Kluftinger AKA RyanF9 is responsible for the videos and he does a superb job. The channel has over 400,000 subscribers right now and features reviews on the most popular bikes and riding gear.

On FortNine’s website, Ryan describes himself as a fiction and non-fiction writer from Montreal, QC who is passionate about powersports, physics, art history and outdoor adventuring. FortNine motorcycle review videos are top notch and it’s all thanks to Ryan’s creativity. The electric bike video he recently put out is totally silent. It’s a unique take on how quiet electric bikes are. His Yamaha SCR950 review is almost a movie about playing cards, but it’s also a motorcycle review.

So if you are thinking about purchasing a new bike or riding gear, check out FortNine on YouTube! Ryan probably has a review on what you are looking for.

Here are some of our favorite FortNine motorcycle reviews:


Top 5 Motorcycle Life Hacks

Using just a few things laying around your house RyanF9 shares with us his Top 5 Motorcycle Life Hacks.

Why Electric? Zero FX Motorcycle Review 2018

We’d given electric motorcycles the silent treatment till now and thought we’d continue the theme here. The Zero FX is modern, all-electric, and heaps of fun but is it worth the money? Or the compromise? We find out in this elaborate ploy to hide the fact that SOMEONE misplaced Ryan’s microphone.

5 Telltale Signs of a Bad Used Motorcycle

Buying a used bike, or a lemon? Here are 5 methods to Sherlock your way into a good buy. Mechanical, electrical, psychological – it’s all elementary, my dear Watson.

Yamaha XSR900 Review

The retro craze takes hold of Yamaha’s new motorcycle. But does 1960s styling belong on a 2016 sportbike? Or is the hipster XSR900 simply lost in time? RyanF9 revs Yamaha’s latest “Sport Heritage” to find out.

Yamaha SCR950 Review

Place your bets. We’re going all in on this review.

$400 Motorcycle – 400km Adventure

A dollar per kilometre? Big whoop – even Uber can handle that soft challenge. Instead we put our cheap motorcycle through an epic off-road adventure with jumps, hill climbs, trails and rivers. The 1970 Suzuki TC-90 is up to the task… if we can get it running first.