three hours. The i-Road's top speed is 28mph, but the announced 30-mile range is only achievable if the average is kept down to a mere 18mph. Production has not yet begun so details and prices are not forthcoming - but early signs are that Toyota wants
TRIUMPH has released details of its heavily-revised-for-2013 Tiger, now known as the Tiger Sport. Engineers have focused on improving power and handling: the chassis has been strengthened and suspension upgraded for sharper cornering, while the 1050
with twin gold coach lines.The Triumph Rocket III 2013 will be avaliable in UK dealerships from March and will be priced at £12,899 for the Roadster and £13,899 for the Touring.
PS (around 29bhp).Despite some interest, Honda has never sold the latest style VTR250 in Europe, and it’s unlikely to bring the F version here either. Part of the problem is price, as in Japan it’s a clear 30% more expensive than the better looking
sent across from the firm’s existing plants. By assembling the bikes in India the firm will skirt the punitive import duties that would otherwise push their prices too high. Later, the plan is to start building the highly-anticipated 250cc single
minimise your vulnerability to rain and wind.And last but not the least, we set a price cap of £200, which we think is a fair balance between investing in quality and not having to live on baked beans for the fortnight after purchase. If you feel like you
-cut to reduce transmission noise.Indian claims there have been more than a million test miles put on the motor already, along with over 2,000 hours on the dyno.The first production bike with the new motor should appear later this year. No prices yet
-spec remote-reservoir rear shocks. In the States, prices start at $7990 for the base model and rise to $8290 for the R-Spec, with sales starting next month. At the moment, there’s no sign of the bike coming to Europe, but that could all change by the time we
control and while you can switch it off, you can't switch off the price it adds to the bike. More expensive bikes arguably means less people getting into, or carrying on with, motorcycling. Then along came power modes, which in most cases are about
, it really is a sterling piece of kit. Comfortable, reassuring and very reasonably priced for a potential life saver.Knox Aegis back protector RRP: £99.99 Watch this space for an update on the Knox Aegis.
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