Petrina Gentile tries out some hot superbikes Add to ... Featuring video from CTVNews.ca Published Tuesday, Apr. 03, 2012 10:59AM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Apr. 03, 2012 11:09AM EDT The Globe Drive columnist explains that superbikes offer boomers a fun, economical second vehicle that still packs some power. Watch More Video: The four ugliest and weirdest cars at the Detroit auto show The three stand-out cars at the Detroit auto show Trump shadow looms over Detroit auto show Kia unveils sleek sleek sedan in Detroit to compete with BMW The 11 cars worth waiting for in 2017 The three biggest stories that changed the auto industry in 2016 Wagons are 'out' – and that's a shame considering this new VW The best BMW M car built in a decade: We drive the new M2 Take a drive in a 108-year-old manually controlled elevator The cities of the future: No traffic, parking or lights Canadian universities developing self-driving cars for bad weather The most extreme ways car companies are testing self-driving technology The stepping stones toward a self-driving future, features already in cars How autopilot works and how it has changed flying The Porsche-baiting Ford Focus RS is loud, irresponsible and so much fun Don’t expect an easy drive: The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider is a pure sports car We drive Jaguar's most affordable car, which hopes to take bite out of BMW, Mercedes Uber rolls out self-driving cars in Pittsburgh The three-wheeled Polaris Slingshot is as fun as it is impractical We drive Benz' biggest SUV, but it has a major drawback Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Raw video: Two trucks plunge off cliff in Norway Raw Video: Holy traffic tickets, Batman!