Expect a to see the Venom on sale soonTHE PROTOTYPE KTM Venom was first shown in 2005, and according to foreign sources the outrageous motorcycle designed to take on the likes of Aprilia's Tuono and Triumph's Speed Triple is about to go on sale
THE Yamaha 250-based Batcycle from the 1960s series and movie is up for sale tomorrow in Palm Beach when the contents of the Cars of Dreams collection goes across the auction block.The collection, owned by John Staluppi, contains 116 vehicles
be floated on the stock market with a Hong Kong public listing at the end of 2011, but a sale to a rival or large car group is now more likely, claimed the FT.Investindustrial's chairman Andrea Bonomi told the paper: "Ducati is now a perfect company
A 48-CYLINDER Kawasaki-based special that stars in one of YouTube's most-watched motorcycle videos ever is up for grabs if you can muster a cool £1 million and hit the “buy it now” button.Created by Simon Whitelock of Red Dog Superbikes in Potters Bar, the 4200cc two-stroke holds...
Italy's moped sales show biggest increaseMOTORCYCLE, SCOOTER and moped sales in Italy rose by 4.9% in 2007, to just over 566,000 units.That said, ANCMA, Italy's association for the motorcycle industry, reports that although scooter and motorbike
STEVE McQueen's 1970 Husqvarna 400 Cross is coming up for sale at auction.The bike was owned by the Hollywood icon and comes with the original documents supporting its authenticity. The bike will be sold at the Bonhams Las Vegas auction on 10th
April 2006 issue. It’s a bit tired and dog-eared but we only want 20p for it. If no-one wants it, it'll be folded and put in the bin. Free postage to North Lincs.
IN A STRANGE twist of allegiance, Virgin Yamaha's newest recruit, Niall Mackenzie is the latest big-name star who will be at the Performance Centre in Verwood, Dorset, on Saturday 2nd December, to launch Crescent's biggest ever Xmas sale. Mackenzie
FOLLOWING YESTERDAY'S shock announcement that Harley-Davidson is to axe subsidiary company Buell, the Milwaukee-based manufacturer has announced plans to sell MV Agusta.Speaking on the move to sell the iconic Italian brand, Harley-Davidson President Matt Levatich said MV Agusta w...
THE UK market for motorcycles fell 3.2 per cent in November, in a year where growth has been more or less level. With total year-to-date (Jan-Nov) sales of 89,968 units, the market grew just 0.1 per cent over the same period last year. But November
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