SAN FRANCISCO based firm Lit Motors think they have the answer to bike safety.In the form of a self-righting gyroscopic bike that, according to the creators, would require a 'baby elephant' to knock it over (we're not sure if a baby elephant
VICTORY is to reveal a limited-edition bike on January 18 to celebrate the firm's 15th anniversary.No details yet, but it's likely to be a paint-scheme-and-trinkets special rather than a truly new model. At the moment, parent firm Polaris has its
production some time before the end of 2013.Even in 2010, the Mojo wasn't totally new, having its roots in an earlier concept bike by Italian firm Malaguti – the two-stroke MR250. Although Mahindra tweaked the styling and added a four-stroke single, it
None of these end very well but to be fair, at least a few bikes actually make it on to the back of a truck.
ONE day before the start of the official MotoGP test in Sepang, seven-time world champion Valentino Rossi's 2013 Yamaha YZR-M1 has been revealed. Oddly, the pictures were leaked via the Twitter account @YamahaYellow46, the bike's very 'own
– mainly cars but with a smattering of bikes thrown in. The Batcycle, which the RM Auctions catalogue says it can't verify as the original due to a lack of documentation, but which certainly looks like the one from the series, is sold as part of a lot
HERE’S a strange one. Honda looks like it’s scheduled to reveal some sort of sports bike - at least to its American dealers – before the end of this month. But there’s no word on what it might be.The news comes via the enlightening blog of Honda
to find buyers, but the firm has still opted to offer a free Bike Trak system to all buyers between now and 30 April 2013. As well as providing peace of mind, the anti-theft system also entitles owners to a 25% insurance discount through Ducati Insurance
, and appeared in superhero form in 2010, patrolling the streets on a bike (his Facebook pictures show a Bajaj Pulsar) armed only with pepper spray and handcuffs while wearing a fetching blue superhero outfit.
on their bikes, opting for their squad cars instead.According to the police union, within just a year and a half of use, the helmet shell had begun to flake. Officers were told that it was not detrimental to safety, but subsequently the situation has worsened
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