The £189.99 Nitro Evo Carbon FF is the latest from the helmet maker to receive a five star rating from SHARP.As implied by the name, the shell of Carbon Evo FF is constructed from carbon fibre and is lightweight at only 1150 grams.Other features
-bearing carbon-fibre frame, swingarm, and matching carbon-fibre fuel tank, a GPS dash from GET Electronic Systems that provides all the usual data, plus lap times. There's also a GPS-driven 2-D track map with enough storage for up to 100 of your fave racing
IF THE standard 180bhp BMW S1000RR isn't enough to get your juices flowing, then how about this Carbon Limited Edition version?For the Dutch market only, the Carbon S1000RR features a carbon fibre fairing, traction control, ABS, alarm, rearsets
Evolzione engine from the company's new 1098 engine. Forged aluminium wheels, Brembo radial brakes, a structural tail unit similar to the Tesi 3D in carbon fibre and a complete carbon fibre fairing, result is a dry weight of less than 170kg.
ACERBIS - suppliers of motorcycle race products - have developed a new seat, which will be exclusively used by Team Scot and rider Gabor Talmacsi, on the satellite MotoGP Honda.The X-Seat GP, as it's known, is made in one piece carbon fibre
Top of the range kit from Ducati Corse. New for this year is the updated Corse badge, made of real carbon fibre. Everything from practical to just bling. For more info check out your local dealer or visit www.ducatiuk.com.
Oh yes, she will be mine...DUCATI RACING have unveiled their 2009 MotoGP racer: the Ducati GP9 complete with revised electronics and carbon fibre frame.The company claims the latest Desmosedici will be a less aggressive machine than the bikes we
, features a wealth of hand-prepped carbon fibre parts, as well as top-notch suspension, uprated brakes and a carbon Termignoni end can. Radical have also tweaked the standard bike's by using the headlight set-up from Yamaha's MT-03. Other mods include: new
CHECK THIS bad boy: the Confederate P120 Fighter Combat. Confederate's new jaw-dropper features a billet chassis, double wishbone front suspension system, carbon fibre wheels, Brembo brakes biting on carbon/ceramic discs and a 1,966cc V-twin motor
THIS IS the Thrive motorbike concept from designer Michael Luzar - a computer-generated hybrid that will run on either battery or petrol-powered engines.The bike's single seat design, with bodywork made from aluminum and carbon fibre is planned
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