2012 Suzuki DR-Z 400 S Review

2012 Suzuki DR-Z 400 S Review Take the DR-Z400S down a twisty forest trail and its off-road performance will get your heart pounding. Its lightweight, compact design provides crisp handling everywhere from tight trails to wide-open fire roads. Its advanced suspension front and rear soaks up tough terrain with ease. And it's liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine boasts strong low RPM torque and a crisp throttle response, allowing you to blast out of corners and accelerate hard down the trail.

Suzuki has been selling the DR-Z400 since 2000, and since then has developed a huge network of loyal customers. With the ultra-popular DR350 as a predecessor, the 400 has built on that success and continues to this day as a simple, effective dual-sport machine. The last time we tested a DR-Z400 was back in 2003, and the company was still offering a kickstart-only model. These days, Suzuki only offers the 400S (dual-sport) and 400SM (motard/DS), neither of which come with a foot-operated starter.

Off-road or on the street, the DR-Z400S provides strong torque across the powerband and amazing throttle response. And it features remarkably smooth performance, complemented by conveniences such as electric starting and a compact, easy-to-read instrument cluster.

On the street, the great little motor and willing gearbox easily propel those 317 pounds as though riding a ballerina around town. Firm suspension is even firmer on the road, and the seat feels like a loaf of frozen bread—neither of which would be so bad if the ground weren’t so far away. For me, every stop requires full perineal pronation. If you’re six feet tall and weigh about 160 with a well-padded butt, you might love the DR-Z. It’ll zot right up past 90 mph or so, and it cruises okay for short hops at 70.

2012 Suzuki DR-Z400S Specs:
• Bore X Stroke: 90.0 X 62.6 mm (3.543 X 2.465 in)
• Displacement: 398cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, single cylinder, DOHC
• Compression Ratio: 11.3 : 1
• Fuel System: MIKUNI BSR36, single
• Starter: Electric
• Lubrication System: Dry Sump
• Ignition: Electronic ignition (CDI)
• MPG: 65
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New 2012 The Road King Classic

New 2012 The Road King Classic model takes the nostalgic look and feel of the Road King a little further with extra details for this road-worthy touring bike, like leather-wrapped saddlebags, nostalgic chrome fuel tank console, tooled metal detailing on the fender, tank, seat and bags, and chrome laced wheels with wide whitewall tires. The innovative Harley-Davidson Touring chassis is based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame and a stout swingarm developed to withstand the demands of long-haul touring riders and today's powerful engines.

Over the years the Road King has seen its engine size grow every few years and now it comes standard with its biggest offering yet: the Twin Cam 103 V-Twin engine. The air/oil-cooled mill pumps out 1690cc’s of power and is mated to a six-speed transmission and a belt final drive. In stock configuration the engine belts out just over 86 lb-ft of peak torque at 3400 revs. This makes it easier to motor up steep grades without having to downshift and generally allows the rider more immediate passing power on the highway.

The Road King Classic has all of the premium Harley-Davidson standards, such as the Twin Cam 103 Engine and intuitive hand controls, as well as some model exclusive items like the tank mounted, chrome gauges and the leather wrapped saddlebags. Combine all of these with the giant six-gallon tank, and you’ve got an instant classic that you can ride in style for longer.

2012 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic
• ENGINE TYPE: Pushrod V-twin
• BORE x STROKE: 3.875" x 4.38"
• WHEELBASE: 63.5 inches
• RAKE: 26 degrees
• SEAT HEIGHT: 28.1 inches
• CURB WEIGHT: 810 pounds
• PRICE: $19,599
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Honda NC700X Concept

Honda NC700X Concept Honda have released the first official pics of the new NC700S and NC700X, which are due to be shown at the EICMA motorcycle show this week. Pitched as fun and affordable mid-sized machines, the NC700S and NC700X offer easy handling and are suitable for commuting and/or weekend use.

These three bikes also share the same 47 hp 643cc engine and the 17″ wheels, fitted with a 120 tyre on the front and a 160 on the rear. The NC700X also boasts a storage space for the helmet in place of the fuel tank, which has been positioned under the saddle. Here are the first pics taken live at the 2011 EICMA, check them out.

The NT700X which I rode is one of three machines to debut the parallel twin engine, the other two being the more conventionally road-styled NC700S and the Integra scooter. It’s not just the power unit which they share, but the rolling chassis too, or as Honda calls it, the platform.

The 2012 Honda NC700X is fitted with the same 670cc twin-cylinder engine as the 700S, but gets ‘crossover’ styling cues and some off-road capabilities. ‘The NC700X crossover offers the long-travel suspension, agility and commanding riding position of an off-road bike in an overall package with high standards of stability, braking and engine performance. It promises a fun, engaging riding experience together with the practicality and ease of use that make it a machine eminently suitable for daily commuting,’ says a press note from honda
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2011 Ural Retro Review

2011 Ural Retro Review This motor is designed for having a tour or picnic with your family. This motor has three wheels. This motor can be ridden for three persons. This motor has powerful engine and nice suspensions. This motor has black color that make this motor looks so tough and gentle. The engine of this motor can make this motor can slide so fast in the road.

A retro is lower than other Ural sidecars. Has 18 inch wheels, and an expanded landing gear. This should benefit the performance on the road benefits, and neglecting the Ural typical off-road a bit. But passengers will receive a retro side-car a bit more luxury. Instead of bare sheet metal is the pulpit a trim and a slat in the foot.The olive-green version of the retro-trailer is built on proven Ural virtues knobby tires, rear rack instead of pillion seat, engine guards and first aid kit and spare wheel on the sidecar. The slightly militant impression is reinforced by matt black parts on the frame.

Spesification 2011 Ural Retro
MSRP: 13.999
Dimensions (WxDxH) mm / inch 2224 x 1630 x 1020 / 87.6 x 64.2 x 40.2
Seat height 750 mm / 29.5 inches
Ground clearance 125 mm / 4.9 inches
Dry weight 325 kg / 717 lbs
recommended maximum speed 105 kmh / 65 mph
OHV air-cooled engine, 4 stroke, the opposition of two
Bore-Stroke 78x78 mm
Compression ratio 8.6:1
Displacement 749cc
Rated HP @ 5600 rpm 40
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2012 Husaberg FE 390 Test Ride

2012 Husaberg FE 390 Test Ride is after only two years on the market already a household name in the Enduro community. It's the perfect compromise, in a good way. It has enough power for every riding situation and a very high level of traction, yet is not as demanding as a 450. It matches any 250 4-stroke in terms of easy handling, but with its way more bottom end power and torque and it s smooth power delivery it is one step ahead in terms of overall ride ability.

Especially light and made from high quality aluminum, ensuring that the silencer complies with all laws limit noise. Lightweight double-cradle design ensures the highest level of perimeter torsional stiffness and directional stability is assured. Very sleek low loop tube. Minimum overall width. Unbeatable ground clearance. High strength aluminum alloy Neken tapered handlebars ensure the highest level of rigidity and safety. Mountable in four different positions.

Positioned directly behind the tank cap, it is covered by the front part of the chair. The raised airbox position guarantees cold, neat intake air and maximum wading depth. Intake port in direct downdraught from the filter to the cylinder. The 8.5 litre capacity, slim fuel tank extends way under the chair, providing a favourable centre of gravity, and is equipped with a compact fuel pump and a reserve sensor. The transparent polyethylene also allows the fuel level to be determined from the outside.

2012 Husaberg FE 390 Spesification
Engine type Single cylinder, 4-stroke
Displacement 393.3 cc
Bore/Stroke 95/55.5 mm
Compression ratio 11.1:1
Starter/Battery Electric starter/12V 7Ah/12V 7Ah
Transmission 6 gears
Fuel system Keihin EFI
Control 4 V/OHC with rocker levers
Lubrication Pressure lubrication with 2 oil pumps
Engine Oil Motorex, SAE 10W-50
Primary ratio 33:76
Secondary drive 13:38 (13:52)
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New Feature Honda CB Dazzler Deluxe

New Feature Honda CB Dazzler Deluxe Honda Motorcycle in India, introduced a variant of CB Dazzler Deluxe 150cc sport. These variants in Indonesia known as the New Mega Pro, but have striping and different from those in Indonesia.

For now, the CB Dazzler still retains the tried and tested 149.1cc, SOHC 2 valve four stroke engine, much acclaimed for its butter like smoothness which some motorcyclists cringe at for being too smooth. Yes, people even complain about an engine that they feel is too smooth.CB Dazzler does feel rorty in the mid range, especially with the accompanying intake growl of the paper type air filter, which makes matters a little frisky cool. The engine produces 14 Bhp and 13.1Nm of torque to lug around the heavy 138 kilogram kerb weight.

Unique features like a two-tone seat, new design mirrors, handlebar weights, a 3D emblem, and standard equipment like a digital meter and front/rear disc brakes should make the Deluxe variant of the CB Unicorn Dazzler the preferred choice.On sale across Honda showrooms by the end of November 2011, the CB Unicorn Deluxe is priced at Rs 66,198 (ex-showroom, Delhi), a trifle higher than the standard variants.
Specifications :

- 149 CC Air cooled 4 stroke petrol engine
- Max power of 14.2 BHP
- Max Torque of 13 Nm
- ARAI tested mileage of 60 KMPL
- 5 speed transmission
- Length = 2037 mm
- Width = 754 mm
- Height = 1085 mm
- Fuel tank capacity of 12 litres
- Front and rear disk brakes
- Rear Monoshock suspension
- Front Hydraulic telescopic fork suspensions
- Rectangular Swing arm

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2012 Suzuki Hyosung Launch

2012 Suzuki Hyosung Launch The next year will see a new brand of motorcycles being launched by the Korean bike maker Hyosung. The new bike will be launched in the 250 cc category in the Indian market. It is being touted that the new bike from Hyosung will give a tough competition to the Honda CBR 250R. The bikes will be launched in the performance and cruiser bikes segment. And it is Hyosung GT250R to inaugurate the 250cc segment Hyosung machines out here.

Hyosung yesterday said that they will also enter the lower cubic capacity market specially the 250cc and the 400cc. Shrikant Patankar Company’s President said that “We will be launching three new models which may have engine capacity of 250 CC and 400 CC. This launch will happen next year.”Hyosung now plans to enter a race where the Kawasaki Ninja 250 and the Honda CBR 250 are already giving each other a cut throat competition. Where the Ninja is sold as a track focused performer and the Honda is sold as value for money product.

Garware Motors and S&T Motors have yet again bowled the Indian bike enthusiasts by introducing the lean and Sporty GT 650N. Garware Motors will open bookings for these bikes from October 13th, 2011 and will be available across Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Pune, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chennai, Goa, Cochin, Kolhapur, Indore & Chandigarh. The look’s of the bike matches up to the urban styling requirements for the Super Bikers today.

2012 Suzuki Hyosung Spesification

Chassis Type Liquid cooled DOHC 8-valve 90° V-twin
Displacement 647cc
Bore x Stroke 81.5 x 62
Compression Ratio 11.5 : 1
Fuel System Fuel injection
Lubrication Wet sump
Clutch Wet, Multiplate
Gear Constant mesh 5-Speed
Final Drive Belt
Overall Length 91.73 inches
Overall Height 45.28 inches
Overall Width 33.07 inches
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2012 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 Test Drive

2012 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 Test Drive The Suzuki V-Strom 1000 was first introduced in 2002; it got its V-Strom name by the “V” of its 996cc V-twin engine, and the German word “Strom” which translates roughly to power. The V-Strom 1000 has had a great deal of success in America, but it has not been sold here since 2009.

Currently the V-Strom comes in two variations: the Suzuki V-Strom 1000 and the Suzuki V-Strom 650, which differ only in the displacement of its engine. The V-Strom 1000 is powered by a 996cc V-Twin engine as used in the decommissioned Suzuki TL1000R sportbike and TL1000S street bike, while the V-Strom 650 shares the 645cc V-Twin from the SV650 and Gladius models. Both engines feature liquid-cooling and high efficiency 8-valve cylinder heads. Other similarities include six-speed transmissions, comfortable upright ergonomics, excellent wind protection and a large fuel tank making the V-Strom an excellent companion for extended motorcycle rides.

The suspension system is still comprised of a cartridge-style 43mm front fork with adjustable preload and a link-type rear suspension with adjustable rebound damping and preload. Both offer 6.3 inches of travel.Stopping power is provided by twin-piston calipers with a 310mm rotor up front and a single-piston caliper gripping a 260mm rotor at the rear. Unlike with the 650 version, the V-Strom 1000 models will not be offered with ABS.

2012 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 Specs:
• Bore Stroke: 98.0 mm (3.858 in) x 66.0 mm (2.598 in)
• Compression Ratio: 11.3 : 1
• Engine: 996 cc (60.8 cu. In), 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 90-degree V-twin 9
• Fuel System: Fuel injection
• Ignition: Electronic ignition (Transistorized)
• Lubrication: Wet sump
• Starter:Electric
• Brakes Front: Disc brake, twin
• Brakes Rear: Disc brake
• Curb Weight: 238 kg (525 lbs) (Adventure, TBD)
• Final Drive: RK525 SMOZ7, 112 link
• Fuel Tank Capacity: 22 L (5.8/4.8 US/Imp gal)
• Ground Clearance: 165 mm (6.5 in)
• Overall Length: 2295 mm (90.4 in)

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2012 BMW K 1300 S HP Quick Look

2012 BMW K 1300 S HP Quick Look New 2012 BMW K1300S HP Package will offers body color in new cool cover; brilliant Alpine White non-metal, non-mysterious night black metal and gleaming metallic blue Lupine is strong heart rhythm originating from the base model. This character is underlined by the solid paint Sports Alpine white/metallic blue Lupin/solid black in contrast to the night of carbon such as HP, airbox cover the front wheels, clutch, and a Chair.

The 2012 BMW K1300S with HP Package is, according to BMW, ‘the sportiest representative of the BMW Motorrad K Series, combining sporting character and riding dynamics with a high level of comfort, lightfooted handling with absolute riding stability, and superior performance with perfect everyday practicality.’ Of course, the K1300S also offers a higher level of weather protection compared with something like an S1000RR and the 2012 HP Package model bears a brushed aluminium special edition badge, solid Alpine White/metallic Lupin Blue/solid Night Black colours and assorted HP carbon parts.

Underneath the unique color scheme is everything that the K 1300 S is known for, but with some high-performance additions. The 1293cc, water-cooled inline four that produces 175 horsepower features many upgrades with the HP package, including an Akrapovic sports silencer, electronic suspension adjustment (ESA II), automatic stability control (ASC), tire pressure control (RDC), heated grips, and an onboard computer.

Spesification 2012 BMW K1300S HP
• Type Water-cooled 4-stroke in-line four-cylinder-engine, four valves per cylinder, two overhead camshafts, dry sump lubrication
• Bore x stroke 80 mm x 64,3 mm
• Capacity 1.293 ccm
• Rated output 129 kW (175 hp) at 9,250 rpm
• Max. torque 140 Nm at 8,250 rpm
• Compression ratio 13,0 : 1
• Mixture control / engine management Electronic intake pipe injection/digital engine management including knock sensor (BMS-K)
• Emission control Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-3
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2012 BMW S1000RR Spesification

2012 BMW S1000RR Spesification BMW’s significantly updated S1000RR is currently being tested at its world launch at Valencia, Spain. Senior Road Tester, Adam Child, is there on behalf of MCN and has just completed his third session. These are his first impressions.

The superbike returned in 2010 as a carry-over model, able to sustain these praise. Although a top machine in the literbike category, BMW totally revised the S1000RR for 2012, the superbike optimized based on the feedback from national super stock race data.

Even prior to the release of the original model in ’09, BMW was already hard at work testing and developing this second-generation S1000RR. Key areas that project manager Josef Mächler and his team wanted to address were creating a better handling chassis, refining the electronics and increasing punch on corner exits, all while maintaining the class-crushing power delivery that the RR has become famous for.

BMW’s optional Dynamic Traction Control (DTC) also received fresh programming. Most of the changes revolve around the functionality of wheelie control with the throttle butterfly valves opening more smoothly when a wheelie is detected. This was done to help avoid the abrupt and rather violent intervention experienced on the first generation bike. TC functionality in Race and Slick mode was also optimized based on the updated engine/throttle mapping. Lastly, a race data logger is available as an accessory and allows you to analyze the dynamics of the motorcycle at any point on track.

The S1000RR chassis has been slightly revised to optimize steering behavior and suspension action. The steering head angle has been changed from 66.1 to 66.0 degrees and fork offset has been reduced by 2.5mm to 29.5mm for quicker steering response. The wheelbase has been shortened 5mm as well.
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2012 Harley Nightster Concept

2012 Harley Nightster Concept The Harley-Davidson Nightster has been made in the black and gray color scheme from front to back with a contemptible attitude that grips the raw nature and freedom of being able to ride. The Nightster comes with a 1200cc engine that has is Air-cooled, Evolution.

Chopped front and rear fenders. Side-mounted license plate. Combined stop/turn/tail lights. Low 25.3-inch seat height. Old-school front fork gaiters. Raw-boned graphics and a unique finish on its V-Twin Evolution engine. And just for good measure, black throughout. With its gritty, no-nonsense look, the Nightster model is the motorcycle for those who want Sportster performance coupled with an attitude you don’t normally find on such a nimble machine.

All 2012 Sportster models are Michelin ScorcherTM with a sculpture designed, tested and style specifically for motorcycles Sportster to provide a perfect grip, even wear and longer life. Fifteen Sportster paint options include seven color options for 2012. The side panels are finished in Gloss Black or Black Denim to match the finish on the body of others. Forty EightTM model will have a new tank graphics.

2012 Harley-Davidson Nightster Spesification
• ENGINE TYPE: Pushrod V-twin
• BORE x STROKE: 3.5" x 3.812"
• WHEELBASE: 59.8 inches
• RAKE: 30.5 degrees
• SEAT HEIGHT: 26.9 inches
• CURB WEIGHT: 562 pounds
• PRICE: $9999
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2012 Harley Iron 883 Price

2012 Harley Iron 883 Price Harley-Davidson motorcycles are made in the United States are precisely located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin United States. Where is the Harley Davidson factory was founded in 1903 by James L. Ziemer, CEO. Here is a picture of Harley Davidson's creation for the first time.

Reflecting the style of riders who want a quality ride with no hassles, the blacked-out, back-alley bruiser is the “anti-chrome” Harley model. The Iron 883 is for those who want their first taste of that ride-hard-and-put-up-wet lifestyle. It’s for those who want to tear up asphalt and backroads instead of polishing paint and chrome.

Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycles like the Iron 883 have stood against the grain since their introduction in 1957, when the modern rebel culture was being bred from restless veterans and hot rod pioneers. Sportster motorcycles became the starting point for many legendary choppers of the 1960s, while also getting pumped up for championship dirt racing and dare devil stunt riding in the 1970s.

2012 Harley Iron 883 Quick Stats:
• ENGINE TYPE: Pushrod V-twin
• BORE x STROKE: 3" x 3.812"
• WHEELBASE: 59.8 inches
• RAKE: 30.5 degrees
• SEAT HEIGHT: 26.9 inches
• CURB WEIGHT: 565 pounds
• PRICE: $7999
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New Design Vespa Quarantasei

New Design Vespa Quarantasei Old is Gold and Vespa’s timeless beauty makes the same statement ! If you love Vespa and it’s Old design than it’s a pleasing news for you. On the eve of it’s 65th Birth day and Vespa celebrates with an edition dedicated to his milestone and designed new Vespa Quarantasei in the timeless styling of its 1945 MP6 scooter prototype in two version with four-stroke engine and the modern performance of a fuel-injected.

While its roots are vintage, Vespa developed a modern three-valve, four-stroke engine for the Quarantasei. Vespa’s parent company Piaggio says the three-valve timing “optimizes the load motion in the cylinder and the positioning of the spark plug, increasing combustion and helping keep components cool.” It comes in two sizes, a 125cc and 150cc version. The 125cc engine is claimed to put out 11.6 hp and 7.6 lb-ft of torque while the 150 is said to muster 13 hp at 8000 rpm and 9.3 lb-ft of torque at 6500 rpm. It is fed electronically while a three-way catalytic converter in the small pipe slung indiscreetly down the right side helps it meet Euro 3 standards.

The bars are swept clean of anything unnecessary and end in wing-shaped LED turn signals. Ergonomic grips feature hand-stitched leather and brake levers have no visible pivots, cables or hydraulic lines. The hanging seat is similar to last year’s Moto Guzzi concept bikes and looks great hovering over a wasp-like engine cover. Right where you would expect to find a small, traditional headlight is a huge projector. A nearly horizontal LED taillight on the engine cover surrounds what appears to be the gas cap and there’s no license plate mount in sight.

Vespas have never been more efficient and pleasant to ride than they are today. But Piaggio does not rest on its laurels. So, it revisited the current lineup to see what its most-productive evolutionary step might be.From the way the front shield is curved to form the footboard to the sharply pointed rear end, side ventilation louvers, floating seat and airfoil-shaped handlebar, the Quarantasei was clearly inspired by the original 98cc Vespa.
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2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer Concept

2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer Concept have a brand-new adventure touring bike in their 2012 line-up – the Tiger Explorer which is fitted with a new, 1215cc three-cylinder engine that produces 137 horsepower and 121Nm of torque. This is a high-tech machine, with ride-by-wire throttle control, switchable anti-lock brakes and traction control.

Unsurprisingly Triumph is keeping most of the details on the Tiger Explorer still under wraps, likely wanting to wait until EICMA to release full the technical specifications, but we do know that the 2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer will be shaft-driven, have ride-by-wire throttle control, and come standard with switchable ABS & traction control. The chassis is made of steel, while the wheels are cast aluminum (19″ up front, 17″ in the back).

Photos reveal dual headlamps and a hydraulic clutch. Exhaust exits the right side and the Tiger has a center stand, though it’s uncertain whether or not this is a standard feature. Triumph has prepared the launch of its new flagship adventure touring motorcycle with a host of accessories. These include hard and soft luggage along with high and low seat options. Heated grips and other electrical options are expected with a 950W generator providing plenty of power. That includes auxiliary lighting.

2012 Triumph Tiger Explorer Specs
• Type: Liquid-cooled, 12 valve, DOHC, in-line 3-cylinder
• Capacity: 1215cc
• Bore/Stroke: 85 x 71.4mm
• Fuel System: Ride by wire, fuel injection
• Exhaust: Stainless steel 3 into 1, side mounted stainless steel silencer
• Final Drive: Shaft
• Clutch: Wet, multi-plate
• Gearbox: 6-speed
• Oil Capacity: 4.0 litres (1.1 US gals)
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New 2012 Suzuki V-Strom DL650

New 2012 Suzuki V-Strom DL650 Two Brothers Racing has released new exhaust for the Suzuki DL650 V-Strom - the V.A.L.E. two-in-one 3/4 Race Systems. The Suzuki DL650 V-Strom combines the minimalist appeal of a naked street fighter with the supreme usability of Suzuki's rider friendly, low-maintenance 650cc twin engine that first saw service on the SV650 introduced in 1999. The end result is a ride that's all about riding.

We've already covered superb twin-powered machines like the SV650 and Kawasaki's Ninja 650R. But lately there's been an influx of more unconventional twins that an entry-level-or even "returning to the sport"-rider can choose from. These bikes have interestingly gone against the established norms that have been typical of the class for years.

In the twisty stuff, or on dirt, gravel and other unimproved roads, the DL650 V-Strom is even better than I expected it to be. It changes direction effortlessly, while maintaining good stability and inspiring a feeling of confidence. I was afraid that it might be a little flighty or twitchy, but even after riding the thing like a loon, my fears turned out to be entirely unfounded. On highways and interstates, the 650 offers good wind protection and the adjustable windscreen allowed me to create a cruising environment that was free from the annoying buffeting that often plagues faired bikes.

The advantage of the aftermarket mount is that it enables your windshield to be adjusted for 25 degrees of tilt angle as well as 3″ (76mm) of height. And you can do that without any special tools while you are seated on your motorcycle. Another big benefit of this bracket is that it allows the air to flow under the windshield as well as over it.
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2012 BMW R1200GS Rally Spesification

2012 BMW R1200GS Rally Spesification BMW has just released details of the new R1200GS Rallye for 2012. The model joins the rest of the best-selling GS range and follows the success of the R1200GS Triple Black from earlier this year.

The tank cover is finished in Alpine White, while the rear frame is in a powerful Magma Red - all in memory of the legendary and victorious Dakar GS machines. The overall sporty impression is rounded off by the cylinder head cover in Granite Grey metallic and the aluminium die-cast single-sided swing arm in Asphalt Grey metallic. Contrast is provided by the engine finished in black and the fork of the same colour, as well as the seat in black/off-white with red inlaid seams.

To create the 2012 R1200GS Rallye, BMW made a number of changes to include a custom graphics package, Enduro ESA (Electronic Suspension Adjustment) and an eye-catching black and red engine/frame combo that any BMW Motorrad Motorsport fan is sure to appreciate.

2012 BMW R1200GS Rallye Specs:
• Type: Air/oil-cooled flat twin Boxer 4-stroke engine, two camshafts and four radially aligned valves per cylinder, central balancer shaft
• Bore x Stroke:101 mm x 73 mm
• Capacity: 1170 cc
• Rated output: 110 horsepower @ 7750 rpm
• Max. torque 88 ft. lbs. @ 6000 rpm
• Compression ratio 12.0:1
• Engine management: Electronic intake pipe injection / BMS-K+ digital engine management with overrun fuel cut-off, twin spark ignition
• Fuel Tank Capacity: 20 Liters
• Emission control Closed-loop 3-way catalytic converter, emission standard EU-3
• Electrical system: Alternator three-phase alternator 720 W
• Clutch: Single dry plate clutch, hydraulically operated
• Transmission: Constant mesh 6-speed gearbox with helical gear teeth
• Drive: Shaft drive
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2012 Kawasaki Teryx4 Review

2012 Kawasaki Teryx4 Review Kawasaki has been churning out its popular Teryx Side-x-Side for about four years now. We’ve spent many hours behind the wheel of the Teryx, including a memorable two-day trip from Big Bear, Calif. to Las Vegas, Nev. For 2012 Kawasaki is looking to take the Teryx to another level by adding two more seats and a host of changes to create the Teryx4 750.

Kawasaki has been working on this project for a long time and our very own Team Green Reid Nordin has been a driving force in its devolpment which means a REAL UTV guy giving REAL input and feedback. This has forced engineers to change things more than few times to really dial the Teryx 4 in

Like the frame, the Teryx4’s 749cc V-twin four-stroke engine is also new, offering 15 percent more power than the already stout unit in the two-seat Teryx, along with all the durability to deal with the rigors of spirited fun in challenging off-road environments. The V-twin design is revered for its stump-pulling power and easy-to-harness flexibility, which makes it the perfect powerplant for a machine like the Teryx4, which thrives on instantaneous and controllable low- and mid-range response partnered with eye-opening hauling ability

The engine breathes through a larger cartridge-style air filter with an intake chamber that is nearly three times as large as the two-seat Teryx (T2). Also, the intake has been repositioned from the console between the driver and passenger to underneath the front hood. The radiator is larger than the T2 with a bigger fan to push hot air. In addition, an extra fan has been installed on the underside of the chassis to help blow cool air across the mid-mounted engine itself. The secondary fan kicks on whenever the radiator fan is activated. There’s a blower warning light on the dash but we never saw it light up, nor heard the radiator fan kick on during an entire day of driving. Obviously the oversized radiator does a good job.
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2012 KTM 350 EXC-F 350 Concept

2012 KTM 350 EXC-F 350 Concept KTM is to apply the recipe for success in the World Championship Enduro MX 2010 WC. The new 350 EXC-F combines ultra-easy handling of a 250 with the powerful performance of a 450. The result is the best chance of victory for business and fun factor for the fans. Very wide speed range and performance of the powerful high-tech DOHC four-stroke effective driveability of the new 350 EXC-F set the tone for enduro features previously unattainable.

The new 350 EXC-F's lightweight cast aluminium swingarm accommodates the WP shock absorber almost centrally, in order to load the swing arms more evenly. The PDS shock absorber with adjustable rebound and high/low-speed compression damping works with high progression, in spite of the direct linking.

It’s the bike that Toby Price has already been riding and winning on all year in the Australian Off Road Championship, a bike that could prove a game changer yet again in the world of off-road trail riding and enduro.KTM introduced a 350cc four-stroke in its SX-F range for 2011 and has seen considerable success with that model to date, but the EXC version could prove even more popular as the mid-sized bikes are really beginning to shine in the bush.
2012 KTM 350 EXC-F Specs
• Type: single cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4-Valve, Liquid Cooled \
• Displacement: 349.7cc
• Bore/Stroke: 88/57.5mm
• Compression Ratio: 12.3:1
• Starter: Kick starter/ electric starter
• Transmission: 6-speed wide-ratio
• Carburetor Keihin: 42mm throttle body EFI
• Exhaust Control: Two Exhaust Valves
• Engine Lubrication Method: Pressure lubrication with 2 Eaton pumps
• Engine Lubrication: 1.2 l Motorex Top Speed 10W50
• Primary ratio: 24:73
• Drive chain: 520 X-ring chain 5/8 x 1/4"
• Cooling: liquid cooled
• Clutch: wet multi-disc clutch, operated hydraulically
• Ignition: Kokusan digital

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New Model 2011 Yamaha TT-R230

New Model 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 The 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 has a push button electric starter, powerful four-stroke engine, competition-style flat seat/tank junction, long travel suspension, and 11.6 inches of ground clearance. The 2011 Yamaha TT-R230 is a serious trail bike that is also accessible to a wide range of riders.

The bike also has a simple engine set-up that features a stout 223cc air-cooled, SOHC four-stroke engine that produces predictable, broadband power, making it the perfect choice for both beginner and intermediate riders. The Yamaha TT-R230 features big YZ styling, but is perfect for novice to intermediate riders. The compact wheelbase, a low seat and super convenient electric starting are part of it’s user-friendly appeal.Whether you’ll be booting around at the cottage, or trekking out the back forty on the trails, the TT-R230 is up to the challenge.

Climb aboard and be a part of the YZ legacy: the styling and awesome lightweight handling of the TT-R230 are directly inspired by our competition bikes. The rugged, air-cooled 4-stroke engine with its convenient electric start pumps out plenty of predictable power. And the off road suspension is guaranteed to make short work of rough terrain. Little wonder you’ll want to ride all day.

ENGINE Type223cc air-cooled SOHC 4-stroke, 2 valves Bore x Stroke70.0mm x 58.0mm Compression Ratio9.5:1 Fuel DeliveryY26P IgnitionDC-CDI TransmissionConstant-mesh 6-speed; multiplate wet clutch Final DriveChain
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2012 Star Royal Star Venture S Spesification

2012 Star Royal Star Venture S Spesification Long distance, open-road touring could be a hassle for just about anybody that doesn’t have the patience for it. That’s why it’s imperative to have a bike that can make you feel comfortable, no matter the distance.

The Royal Star Venture S, a classic touring bike that turns every head on the block with its sleek sophistication and classic good looks. Plus all the amenities and long distance comfort you would expect on a touring motorcycle. We've added plenty of chrome to create the Royal Star Venture S. It's got the eye-popping style and the smooth performance of a luxury touring bike, with two very appealing added features: a surprisingly low price tag and a 5-year, unlimited mileage warranty.

Powering the 2012 Star Royal Star Venture S is the 74-ci V-Four that creates 97 horsepower and 89 ft. lbs. of torque, providing enough power for easy highway passing even if loaded with luggage and riding two-up.

His bi-costal risk begins here. A super smooth 1298cc V-Four engine liquid cooled, wrapped in a framework of high strength steel designed to carry two people and a lot of speed in the comfort end of two wheels. When it comes to seeing North America in the details, there's no better way to do business with a Yamaha.

Engine Type – 79-cubic-inch (1294cc) liquid-cooled 70° V-four, DOHC, 4 valves/cylinder
Bore x Stroke – 79mm x 66mm
Compression Ratio – 10.0:1
Fuel Delivery – 32mm Mikuni® CV
Ignition – TCI (Transistor Controlled Ignition)
Transmission – 5-speed, wide-ratio with 5th-gear overdrive, hydraulic clutch
Final Drive – Shaft

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New Design Yamaha Y125 MOEGI

New Design Yamaha Y125 MOEGI The Tokyo Motor Show is a hotbed for strange and way-out-there conceptual vehicles, most of them destined to stay on the drawing board, but this one, the Yamaha Y125 MOEGI, could actually cause a splash in the market on this side of the Pacific Ocean.

This concept model is a fresh embodiment of Yamaha design philosophy that combines the familiar look and feel of a bicycle in a motorcycle. Mounting a world standard 125cc class engine on a slim, lightweight frame, this model is designed to offer good fuel economy with an easy and enjoyable ride. Besides its appeal as a personal vehicle for daily commuting, it sports an active image that will lure owners on longer jaunts on the weekends.

The usual suspects include the updated R1, Majesty 250 and T-Max , and the Worldcrosser version of their Super Tenere.But perhaps the most interesting are the concept bikes which include a very funky Lego-esque version of the XT250 dualie called the RYOKU and the 1950s bicycle-with-a-motor-wedged-into-it, Y125 MOEGI very Mad Bastardish.

This thing could be a serious competitor against the less attractive scooter offerings on the market right now, and at 125cc, it should sport the kind of power that a serious motorcyclist might find intriguing as an additional to the stable to ride for kicks or hand off to the kids.
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2012 harley fat boy Feature

2012 harley fat boy Feature The 2012 Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Boy FLSTF is one of the quintessential cruiser motorcycles. Hearkening to the 'hardtail' choppers of the '60s and '70s, the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle keeps that heritage alive more than forty years later. The FLSTF Fat Boy is the original 'fat custom' bike—laid-back and luxurious with an unmistakable profile on the road.

Big in all the right places. The 17-inch wheels of black, bullet-hole, disc-cast aluminum definitely make an impression especially with rubber 140mm wide in front and a beefy 200mm in back. And check out the chopsticks up front fat front fork behind the huge, gorgeous headlamp. The handlebars are wide, giant stainless steel with bare-knuckle satin chrome risers. It's a lot of fat in one tight bike. Definitely meaty. Wide. Big-boned. A bruiser.

Harley Davidson Fatboy Special 2011 When it comes to Harley Davidson Fatboy indication with discretionary ABS, “stopping power” has the stand in significance. The components of the ABS have been elegantly dark inside of the circle hub, so we still spin heads purify as well as superb design. More important, however, the correctness is performed in the chair meaningful that your bike will handle as needed. Offered as partial of the “security package” (including HD ® Smart Security System).

And added to the usual black-bullet hole wheels and denim black frame are some new controls; the 2012 Fat Boy Lo features a low-profile 1.25-inch internally-wired handlebar.Add anti-lock brakes and a 6-speed transmission and the idea of your typical boulevard cruiser just took on an entirely new meaning.

2012 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Spesification
• ENGINE TYPE: Pushrod V-twin
• BORE x STROKE: 3.875" x 4.38"
• WHEELBASE: 64.5 inches
• RAKE: 31 degrees
• SEAT HEIGHT: 27.1 inches
• CURB WEIGHT: 725 pounds
• PRICE: $16,349
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Honda RC-E Electric Concept

Honda RC-E Electric Concept Until today it seemed Honda was content to dabble in commuter electrics while smaller, more nimble companies tested the waters of electric motorcycle racing and nailed down the market for electric two wheelers.

Up to this point, most of the motorcycle OEMs (with the exception of KTM) have shown a casual disinterest for the most part in the burgeoning electric vehicle industry. The Honda RC-E may be a watershed of sorts in signaling that at least one of the major manufacturers is looking into a serious street-going electric motorcycle. Although with Honda—which has always prided itself on not only its technological prowess, but also its eco-friendly reputation among the manufacturers in both the automotive and motorcycle industries—this wasn’t an entirely surprising move.

Electricity isn't free and though standard outlets may already be plentiful, you'll need to find a friendly someone who will let you plug in, or a recharging station, and then you wait, perhaps for hours. Maybe bikes will have the ability to add some non rechargeable batteries, so you run into a hardware store to buy a few motorcycle Duracells or the like, to get you far enough down the road to where a real recharge is possible.

Last but not least would be the established dealer network that Honda already has in place. It would be difficult for the current start-up OEMs to offer similar levels of support which in turn could give Honda the benefit of jumping into the game now that the market is wide open. On the flip side, if Honda takes the RC-E concept into production it will help give legitimacy to a market segment currently dominated by young companies.
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2012 BMW F 800 R Frist Drive

2012 BMW F 800 R Frist Drive BMW motorcycles include the GS adventure touring motorcycles such as the R1200GS, F800GS and G650GS, S1000RR sportbike, R1200R street motorcycle, R1200RT sport tourer and six-cylinder K1600GT and K1600GTL touring motorcycles.

2011 BMW F 800 R is a naked version of BMW’s popular parallel lives, 800 S (which was discontinued). The new bike has developed a 4-time World Freestyle Champion Chris Pfeiffer with the development of a concentration of approximately 800 stripping down a bit ‘body and extras, focusing on handling. The resulting dry weight of 390 pounds makes a weight machine walking half naked ably the line between sport and suburban thug responsible. The F 800 R and could cause the center of the city riding on a sport in itself.

After its model revision, the F 800 R is just as sexy as it was before and the 798 cc 2 cylinder engine is as punchy as ever. The masculine design and minimalist lines offer highly attractive purism.The new radiator side trim, white turn indicators and a wheel cover in the respective body colour turn the roadster into a bike that everyone loves to ride. The new sports windshield - also in body colour highlights the bike's purist look.

Additionally, the rear spring strut is finished in red, highlighting the sporty character of the bike. The white direction indicators and the Sport windshield finished in body colour are now standard equipment, which is available in three colour combinations. The price in Germany is EUR 8,400 and the bike will be available to purchase from showrooms in December 2011.
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New Models 2012 KTM RC8R

New Models 2012 KTM RC8R has announced pricing for the company's absurdly sinister 2011 1190 RC8 R, and there's plenty to get excited about. The bike will now go for a full $3,500 cheaper than last year's model, which means that KTM has saddled the machine with an MSRP of $16,499. That number puts the 1190 RC8 R at the same price point as the more mortal 1190 RC8 (non-R), which KTM killed off for this year.
One of the weak points we experienced with this year’s bike was its gearbox.

Specifically the shift throw was long and we occasionally encountered mis-shifts on the racetrack at speed. Engineers addressed this by re-engineering the shift drum and fitting an updated gear shift linkage. Furthermore a sensor has been installed which automatically adjusts the level of engine braking depending on gear in lieu of a true slipper clutch.

The gearbox wasn’t ignored either when going over the RC8 R. Of note is a gearbox sensor that allows the ECU to help control engine braking depending on the current gear. This will help reduce rear-end chattering when diving deep on the brakes for a corner.

The set-up going on the KTM RC8 R is high, WP Suspension upside down fork to separate enough to the base of the spring and rebound damping and rebound from one country to climb difficult racing conditions. WP steering damper keeps the fork on the right track, even in extreme conditions. The RC8 R with the braking system is the highest quality Brembo components are working properly, sensitive and consistent. At the front, for example, two radially mounted four-piston calipers and two 320 mm (12.6 inches) and 5 mm (0.2 inch) thick, semi-floating discs provide massive delay.
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2012 KTM 990 SM T ABS Spesification

2012 KTM 990 SM T ABS Spesification The Europeans always get the unique motorcycles first, such as KTM's Supermoto T (SM T), a machine built around a Supermo

The ABS system, especially key feature for safety on our roads are not maintained as some circuits, it is therefore landed on the KTM 990 SM T thanks to the collaboration of KTM with Bosch in the development of the system. When MS T came out did not even among the optional ABS, a flaw that KTM has put even a little late.

Engine of KTM V-twin engine SMTIl 990 from 999 cm3 of 990 SMT is one of the lightest V2 categoria.La Keihin electronic fuel injection adjusts to optimize the behavior and make it more responsive to commands and the power to harmonize wild improving guidabilità.La power is 115 hp at 9,000 rpm distributed on a dry weight of 189 kg, making it one of the lightest and agile and fun in the segment, while torque is 97 Nm at 7,000 rpm . Cycling of the KTM 990 KTM 990 SMT SMTLa suspension department has a high quality, in support of the tires fitted as standard (Continental Sport Attack) and for a perfect absorption of the surface roughness of stradale.

As befits a motorcycle on the characteristics of sports and still vibrant, the calibration of the ABS was also maintained on the sport, so his involvement is limited only to situations of real danger. In addition, the adoption of phonic wheels in 48 teeth, The new ultra-compact sensors and relying on the greater speed of action of the present modulation valves, it was possible to minimize the pulsation of the brake lever, which is almost imperceptible.

The new ABS also incorporates a rollover strategy, which monitors the lifting of the driving wheel. Do not forget also that the KTM has introduced the possibility of exclude the ABSThrough a button, for when the driver wants to drive in complete freedom and autonomy. To adapt the bike to change cycling has been changed slightly suspension settings, which remain, of course WP multi-adjustable. The fork has seen a slight increase in the oil, to provide a more sustained response to the limit, while the damper has a spring a little harder, and to allow a more dynamic sports in the guide only, and to boosting possibility of regulating the use in pairs and with luggage.
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New Concept 2012 Honda CB1000 R

New Concept 2012 Honda CB1000 R has a 998cc engine that is situated on the bike toward the front. The CB1000R has more power that allows you to get into the turns and twists with ease and speed. It has a more comfortable riding stance, which can result in longer riding distances more comfortably. The Honda CB1000R has great handling and the power to get you there fast.

New matte-gray paint highlights the 2012 CB1000R naked bike, which will return to dealers in March 2012 otherwise unchanged. After a successful launch last year, the surprisingly popular CBR250R returns in February bearing three color schemes—black, red/white/blue and red/silver. The irrepressible Ruckus likewise gets new paint, a red/white scheme. And the Silver Wing big scooter whirrs into 2012 unchanged. Both scooters will hit showrooms in February.

Due to its popularity, Honda returns with the CB1000 R for 2012 with the only upgrade being a new matte gray metallic color. All else remains the same, which will likely please CB fans.The 2012 CB1000R has its roots in the 1969 Honda CB750 KO, which was the first mass-market inline four sportbike. The 2012 model arrives with fuel-injected four-cylinder 998cc powerplant tuned for torque, making acceleration a priority.

Spesification 2012 Honda CB1000 R

Engine: 998cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder
Bore x Stroke: 75mm x 56.5mm
Fueling: PGM-FI Fuel injection with automatic enrichment circuit and 36mm throttle bodies
Transmission: Close-ratio six-speed
Final Drive: #530 0-ring chain Brakes Front: Dual radial-mounted four-piston calipers with 310mm discs Rear: Single 256mm disc Tires Front: 120/70ZR-17 radial Rear: 180/55ZR-17 radial Wheelbase: 56.9 inches Rake (Caster Angle): 25.0° Trail: 99mm (3.9 inches) Seat Height: 32.1 inches Fuel Capacity: 4.5 gallons, including 1.0-gallon reserve Estimated Fuel Economy: 37 mpg Curb Weight*: 485 pounds
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2012 Honda VFR 1200 F Review

2012 Honda VFR 1200 F Review Honda redesigned the Honda VFR, bringing previous-800cc era up to 1200cc, the new model titled the VFR1200F.The machine was totally revamped using concepts from MotoGP and other cutting-edge motorcycle enviroments, from different fairings to a tweaked chassis to the power-hungry satisfying 1237cc V4.

New matte-gray paint highlights the 2012 CB1000R naked bike, which will return to dealers in March 2012 otherwise unchanged. After a successful launch last year, the surprisingly popular CBR250R returns in February bearing three color schemes—black, red/white/blue and red/silver. The irrepressible Ruckus likewise gets new paint, a red/white scheme. And the Silver Wing big scooter whirrs into 2012 unchanged. Both scooters will hit showrooms in February.

A second-generation dual clutch transmission now “intelligently optimizes shift points relative to the rider’s throttle inputs for more user-friendly operation.” Adding to the user-friendly nature of the VFR is an increase in torque between 2000-4000 rpm — where the majority of riders will spend their time. The gauge cluster LCD is now tweaked to include readouts that give instantaneous fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, remaining range and traction control activation. This to go along with the clock, ambient temperature and ABS indicator seen on the previous model.
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CRP Streetbike Prototype Feature

CRP Streetbike Prototype Feature At EICMA 2011, the famed TTXGP competitor CRP Racing unveiled its first electric streetbike prototype - Energica. This is a project of international importance, in which CRP, in addition to studying in detail the characteristics of this new electric streetbike, has used the experience gained race after race on the track.

This is a project of international importance that CRP was able to achieve by using their experience gained race after race on the track.The key word is Evolution. CRP’s challenge is to deliver green technology, not only on the track, but also on the street. CRP’s know-how is the result of 40 years of experience working alongside some of the best international motorsport teams.

The new electric street bike is formulated from the experience of eCRP, another company related to CRP Technology, active in the field of electric motorcycle racing. Among the testimonials there is the Italian company of clothing for men and women Yell! Industry that dresses for the occasion Shelina Moreda. The clothes are dedicated to people who live with dynamism and energy and are ready to the challenge just like the American rider and the strong character of the eCRP that thanks to the technical staff is on track to face all the contenders lap after lap until the end of the race.
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2012 The Honda Rune Concept

2012 The Honda Rune Concept is powered by a large 1,832c liquid-cooled overhead-cam, horizontally-opposed six-cylinder engine that was indeed built for a new GL1800 Gold Wing. Apparently, Honda engineers desired a powertrain so most they motionless to put it on a Rune too. That’s a unequivocally good thing since as one of a some-more considerable prohibited rods to ever be built by Honda, it had to come with considerable opening credentials.

Taking all the set-up characteristics of the two bikes and combining them to form one package, Honda essentially made the Rune one of the most important bikes of its line-up. Its cutting-edge design and expansive powertrain capabilities took the model into uncharted territory, establishing new directions that no other manufacturer had ever attempted.

The example most often cited by both sides of the issue is the Rune’s radiator. The designers found a radiator that looked right and fit the space they wanted to fill. The engineers found that radiator moved about 20% of the BTUs they needed it to handle. The engineers would have rearranged the surrounding parts, reshaped the front fender and stuffed a great big radiator in there.

Price: $25,499; $26,999 with chrome wheels
Standard colors: Black, blue, maroonEngine Type: Liquid-cooled horizontally -opposed six
Valve arrangement: SOHC; two valves per cylinder
Bore and Stroke, displacement: 74 x 71mm, 1832cc
Compression Ratio: 9.8:1
Carburetion: PGM-FI
Transmission: Five speeds
Final Drive: Shaft
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2012 MV Agusta Brutale RR 1090 Feature

2012 MV Agusta Brutale RR 1090 Feature name has become synonymous with utmost performance in the world of naked sportbikes. From the all-new 675 to the 920 and finally the 1090, the Brutale has proven its naked high-performance merit over and over again.

It also features revised engine mapping, a slipper clutch, and a hand-welded CroMo steel frame with adjustable steering geometry. The bike's front is suspended is by a 50mm Marzocchi USD fork, while the rear features a Sachs shock, adjustable for both high and low speed compression. Brembo Monoblock calipers grab 320mm discs to stop forged aluminum wheels that replace the current cast hoops and shed 1kg in unsprung weight. For added flare there's also a projector beam/LED headlight and LED turn signals

With the engine based on the Brutale 1090 R, the new found power increase comes from new camshafts, inlet tracts and larger throttle bodies from the F4 superbike. The engine also features a slipper clutch, revised engine mapping and 8-level traction control.

As with other high-end MV’s, the CroMo steel chassis is TIG welded and features adjustable steering geometry. Front suspension is by DLC-coated, 50mm Marzocchi USD forks; rear is a Sachs shock with both high and low speed compression adjustment. As you’d expect, there’s Brembo Monoblock calipers and 320mm discs. Those stop new forged aluminum wheels that shed 1kg in unsprung weight over the old cast items.
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The Lehman Trikes Sale

Sale The Lehman Trikes Inc. (LTI), Board of Directors is looking into various strategic alternatives to enhance shareholder value, including the possibility of selling the company.LTI announces that its Board has formed a committee of Directors to explore a range of options to improve the position of its shareholders, which could take the form of cost savings initiatives, the sale of the company, or a strategic business merger.

There is still time to pick options and make this one yours, pictured is a loaded independant suspension model that has matching chrome front & rear rims, full floorboards, whale tail spoiler, auxiliary fuel tank, trailer hitch, extra lower light bars, triple tree done for power steering, add your personal touches and make it yours.

The new International speed record for three wheeled motorcycles was earlier this week at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Piloted by renowned racer Bill Chambers out of Upland, CA, the specially prepared Lehman Renegade reached a top speed of 123.404 miles per hour. The certified two pass average over the course was 121.672, setting a new international record for the class.

The Storm has definitely earned its letterman jacket for desirable quality number two, athletic talent. At first blush, its 900cc motor might seem a tad on the wimpy side, but the Storm knows how to rush the road with the speed and grace of a football fastback. The liquid-cooled V-twin provides more than 58 foot-pounds of torque at a low 3500 rpm meaning it has plenty of get-up-and-go from a standstill and delivers more than ample power for a trike of this size.

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2012 Yamaha Raptor 700R S Review

2012 Yamaha Raptor 700R S Review Stunning Performance With Looks to MatchKey Features Raptor 700R Special Edition includes wave-style rear brake disc, dealer-installed GYTR front grab bar and heel guards, plus special graphics and colors.A 686cc Yamaha fuel-injected engine makes this the most powerful Yamaha sport ATV ever, with big torque right off idle, transitioning into a fat mid-range and monstrous top end. The Raptor 700R SE comes standard with a digital meter.

Powered by our most potent big-bore Raptor engine ever 686cc of liquid-cooled fuel-injected power this one will get your undivided attention. Maybe even more impressive is how sweet it is to ride: A thick comfortable seat, adjustable suspension, dual counterbalancers, electric starting and reverse keep things nice and civilized. The Raptor 700R Special Edition features all the same great characteristics as it's Raptor 700R brother, but comes with extras like Pro Armor Nerf Bars, Pro Armor Bumper, Pro Armor Radiator Cover , plus special graphics and colours. Big, broad power. Light weight. Precise handling. Yamaha reliability. That's the Yamaha advantage.

In terms of handling, the Raptor 700R S comes with a hybrid steel and aluminum frame with a Controlled-Fill aluminum subframe and cast aluminum swingarm, producing a super-strong structure and the lightest ATV in its class. The bike also has sport-tuned piggyback shocks that provide long stroke for excellent sport-riding comfort while also being fully adjustable with convenient adjustment knobs to fine-tune the ride.

Engine 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valves Displacement 686 cc Bore x Stroke 102 x 84 mm Compression Ratio 9.2:1 Carburetion Yamaha Fuel Injection (YFI), 44 mm Fuel Capacity 2.9 gal. Ignition 16-bit ECU Starting Electric Clutch Wet multi-plate Cooling Liquid with fan
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