JUST A QUICK pic of the new Victory Cross Country. It's designed for touring and uses the same 106 cubic inch motor in the rest of the Victory range. It will be available in the UK in July, price to be confirmed.
TOURATECH have created the Nuda X-Cross, a modified Husqvarna Nuda 900R, developed for events like the Erzberg Rodeo.The bike is essentially a stock Nuda 900Rs that have had the Touratech catalog thrown at them. The Nuda X-Cross features engine
to update the model, which has been in circulation since 2005, with the new motor and upgraded suspension, six-pot brakes and a new R1-inspired face.Yamaha insiders have let slip that the bike won't be around for at least a year yet though, expect to see
AMERICA'S other bike firm – Victory – turns 15 on the fourth of July this year, and to celebrate, it has launched an anniversary edition of the Cross Country Tour model.Only 150 of the limited-edition machines will be made, all in 'Antates Red' over
VICTORY is following Harley-Davidson's lead and adding ever more variations to its existing models – along with the extended names to describe them.So for 2012 we have the Cross Country Tour, a touring version of the Cross Country which, confusingly
give us the answers, but Ducati presumably feels that with the entire adventure bike market on the up, a rising tide will lift all boats. In the meantime, let's look at the machine itself. It's powered by the new water-cooled, 821cc 'Testastretta 11
HERE are the first real pictures of the new GSR250 from Suzuki that's due to be shown for the first time later this year.The 30bhp, Liquid-cooled, DOHC fuel-injected bike is a cross between B-King and GSR600, gets a digital LCD screen, twin
with the launch of the Hypermotard 796, a larger capacity Monster could squeeze out the Monster 696 from Ducati's range.Fingers crossed. The Monster S2R 800 was a peach.
JON URRY has just ridden the 2010 Yamaha FZ8 and first thoughts are positive."As you'd expect, it's a cross between and FZ6 and an FZ1 but better than both in many respects."The engine pulls hard from 3000rpm - a welcome improvement over the gutless
TAKE ONE Yamaha parallel-twin adventure sports machine, add a plethora of expensive high-end bling and you've got yourself a Yamaha XT1200Z Cross Dresser, sorry, World Crosser.Joking aside, the World Crosser is a concept marketing exercise by Yamaha
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