ELECTRIC motorcycle racing has been known to produce futuristic and sometimes frankly weird looking motorcycles. However the Moto Electra is something different.It's based on a 1951 Norton Featherbed chassis but uses modern performance parts and of course, an electric motor.Origi...
IT'S so easy for custom bike builders to fall into the trap of building endless variations on the traditional chopper/cruiser/cafe race theme that when one does something really different it's worth sitting up and taking note.And this work
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Following the lead of the automotive industry is nothing new in motorcycling. Traction control and anti-locking brake systems are just two prime examples of how car technology filters down, so the latest developments in motorcycle airbag protection
and an accident would no longer be avoidable.'Another development of the idea actually incorporates technology into the bike, too: 'A second testing scenario with the left turn assistant shows the additional potential of equipping vehicles with this kind
Segway scooter uses Stirling engine technology SEGWAY the company known for their innovative approach to alternative-fuel two-wheelers have come up with a new idea for a hybrid electric scooter. Segway's latest idea uses a Stirling engine
the bike’s consistently contemporary styling. The racetrack is still the source and test environment for its technologies, while its all-round usability and ample smoothly delivered power have continued to lead its class.
be available in naked and semi-faired versions.The 399cc in-line four motor has been armed with variable valve technology, as seen on the VFR VTEC, with a view to boosting bottom and midrange power delivery, without sacrificing outright poke. Honda say
VESPA has unveiled two new scooters into the company's range: the College 50 and College 125. Priced on the continent at 2,350 euros for the two-stroke 50cc version and 3,360 euros for the electronically fuel-injected four-stroke College 125, the new model will appeal to many tha...
. Featuring an all-new 998cc engine whose design has been influenced by the championship winning M1, the new high-tech R1 powerplant is closely linked to thee company's MotoGP bike. The R1 engine has never benefited from so much MotoGP developed technology
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