The year was 1984. Frankie Goes to Hollywood were winding the establishment up by telling everyone to 'Relax', Margaret Thatcher was embroiled in a Mexican standoff with Arthur Scargill and his miners, and the humble halfpenny coin bade farewell
If you're struggling to understand how this bike finds so much grip, so quickly you've obviously never walked on a drag racing starting line before. It's a bit like being in a shit nightclub where your footwear stays stuck to the carpet.The start area is a thick layer of years an...
look at the stats for a minute. The Hayabusa has to shift a claimed 220kg using 190bhp. That’s 850bhp per tonne. The car on the other hand, has just 1.7kg to propel with a 2.6bhp motor that shrieks its way to a 33,000rpm redline and a top speed well
Weald Electric Vehicle Technology is claiming a new UK electric motorcycle drag-racing record with their custom built “Drag Racer” project. The prototype motorcycle hit 96.53mph in just 14.12 seconds over Santa Pod’s quarter-mile dragstrip
. The result? A 9.40s quarter-mile @ 155mph. If you're keen on getting your ZX-10R off the line faster, you had better get the notepad out..
KAWASAKI have released this video, pitching the ZZR1400 against the Suzuki Hayabusa.No surprise for guessing which ones comes out on top but it's clear that Kawasaki mean business with this new bike, not afraid to incite a retaliation from Suzuki
.3percent. Second quarter diluted earnings per share (EPS) were $0.95, a 16.7percent decrease compared to last year's $1.14."During the second quarter we shipped 80,326 Harley-Davidson(R)motorcycles to our dealers and distributors around the world. While
for the quarter was $186.1 million compared to $252.4 million, down 26.3 percent versus the fourth quarter of 2006. Fourth quarter diluted earnings per share were $0.78, a 19.6 percent decrease compared to $0.97 in the fourth quarter of last year. During
with analysts Thursday morning.Harley said its earnings for the quarter ended Sept. 28 dropped 37 percent to $166.5 million, or 71 cents per share, from $265 million, or $1.07 per share, in the same quarter last year. It was the company's fifth straight decline
gave rise to added investor confidence.Harley made a net loss of £29.6m for fourth quarter compared with a £137m loss during the same period last year. In 2010 Harley's global motorcycle sales fell 8.5% to 222,110 units. However, the volume
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