but they’re well chosen, focussed effective and the result is bike’s significantly better.TWO spoke to owners of the outgoing ER-6n. They had three main gripes about their bikes. First was vibration from the parallel twin engine. Second was the poor finish
HERE'S THE first riding image of Kawasaki's 2009 Z750.As you can see the machine's had a top-to-toe makeover, with sharper styling, revised riding position and new paint schemes.More details to follow...
’s never going to head perpendicular to the line of flight. But what you lose in show you get in go. The new VMAX leaves darkies like no other beast on the road. Bang out the clutch in first, pin the throttle and leave huge black lines at will. It
-Kawasaki fashion from as low (in 600 terms) as 8,000rpm. In short it has mid-range, and loads of it. Is this what riders want? For the road I’m certain it will make the ZX-6R a far more pleasant bike to ride, and on track it’s still blisteringly quick, but does
Urry's even more confused after riding the 1125RCONFUSED. That's how I feel after riding Buell's water-cooled 1125R. I've giving it a serious going-over on both road and track and I admit it has left me in a total quandry.Just to clear things up let
Bimota's new DB7 ... powered by a Ducati 1098 lumpYOU'RE LOOKING at the new Bimota DB7 - a Ducati 1098-powered superbike, which the company hope will secure their future in the high-end sportsbike market.The liquid-cooled Testastretta Evoluzione engine fitted with a new injection...
their first big bike, through to seasoned despatch riders.The Gladius is the replacement for the naked SV650 and is set to run alongside the semi-faired SV650S, which will remain in Suzuki’s line-up for 2009. We can tell you, that after a day riding around
WELL THAT'S the first of our four sessions complete and first impressions of the new 848 are simply amazing. It's so different to any other motorcycle I've ridden it almost feels like I've forgotten to ride a bike! Let me explain:Almeria is a very
Gateway to heaven?Jesus this thing is a missile. This is honestly the first bike I have ever ridden that feels just like a race bike. It's so aggressive on the power delivery. Exiting the final corner onto the start/finish straight in second gear
's initial impressions of the Austrian manufacturer's new V-twin superbike.First impressions on the road“Having seen both bikes in the flesh I tell you, you wouldn’t even look at the orange paint scheme once you have seen the white one. It’s stunning
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