Some of the highlights ahead of the 2011 Carole Nash Motorcycle Live
THE COUNTDOWN to the Carole Nash Motorcycle Live is ticking away and many of us will soon get a glimpse of the exciting new models for 2011.
Heading the bunch, in our uniformed opinion, is the delectable MV Agusta F3. The exotica supersport machine will be making its first appearance on the UK shores
The tiny MV F3 borrows the majority of it’s styling cues from it’s supermodel sister but unlike the F3 has instead opted for a narrow 675 triple engine that leads to the beautifully crafted triple exit exhaust, making it the most exclusive supersport bike…ever?
Showing off 2011, Kawasaki are bringing a trio of new bikes to Birmingham. The new ZX-10R has jumped in to the digital age but be prepared to squint to find the miniscule superbike. The returning modern classic style returns to the Big K with the relaunch of the larger capacity than before, W800 and the versatile new Z1000SX sports tourer. Read our reviews of the ZX-10R and Z1000SX.
The manufacturer that has opened the floodgates with eight new models is Honda. The standouts that will be appearing in the NEC show halls are lead by Honda’s genre defining Crossrunner. For the motorcycle newcomers, Honda has revamped the CBR125R in-line with the rest of the range and will be introducing the new CBR250R. The most popular bike of all-time, the CBR600F is returning in a modern guise.
Suzuki’s new models have shied away from the glitz and the glamour of the media but here at Visordown we are quietly excited by the new GSX-R600 and GSX-R750. On the other hand Triumph have been incredibly active in the market hype behind the all-new Tiger 800 and Speed Triple, both worth perusing at the show.
Glimpse in to the future with the new Ducati Diavel, a custom without being nauseatingly hipster. But for those sickened by the idea of Ducati’s attempt at muscle there will also be the 1198SP and 848 Evo to appease the sport fans.
Obviously that is scraping the surface. As there will be plenty of motorcycles to sit, pose and dream. For those that planning to go we’re curious which bike are you eager to see…
Posted: 24/11/2010 at 15:21
Triumph will be showing 2 completely new bikes, 1 major update and several other updates but gets not mention at all ? Why ?
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