-litresWet Weight224kg229kgRead our 2013 Kawasaki Z800 review here.
IT'S not often you see the word ‘mayhem’ in a manufacturer’s press kit, let alone in the introduction to an adventure bike but this is KTM and those orange fellas like to do things differently.Using the same 1195cc engine that powers the RC8R superbike, mayhem definitely sounds l...
clutch transmission, the CTX700N (naked) and part-faired CTX700 are going on sale in America first but are promised to be world-wide models in 2014.Here’s what Honda had to say about them:CHICAGO, Illinois, U.S.A., February 8, 2013 - Honda today unveiled
MV Agusta have revealed their new F3 World Supersport bike and isn't it gorgeous? My words can't add much to these pictures, sorry.However, with traction control and a wet weight of 168kg, it ought to go better than it looks...
and nearly-as-powerful single-cylinder CBR250R.The bike’s appearance comes just days after we revealed that Honda was planning a new sports bike launch in February 2013. Is this it? We don’t think so, as that mystery new bike rumour comes via Honda in America
THERE'S a small amount of confusion when it comes to the differences between KTM's 1190 Adventure and the 1190 Adventure R. It's not just a case of different graphics and slightly larger wheel sizes.There's a clue to the differences in KTM's own words: "With the new 1190 Adventur...
THIS is the Daytona 675 Triumph always wanted to build. It isn’t just a couple of tweaks and a facelift, it’s a totally new model - the front mud guard is about the only part that carries over from the old bike.According to the Daytona 675’s lead development rider, when Triumph s...
to pick the bike up, you notice the trade-off to a planted front-end is the mass you’re dealing with.Click here for 2013 Kawasaki Z800 review page 2/2
(dry) NKD promises to be a strong performer. The spec list is impressive, with a multifunctional digital dashboard, 41mm Paioli inverted forks, cast alloy swingarm and a 300mm Galfer wavy disc up front.Priced at £2,899, the NKD will offer premium
How could you not love Bimota's 500 Vdue. Launched in 1998 at a cost of £14,500 it didn't so much come with a list of optional extras, more a lottery list of factory-spec problems, longer than the accessories list on a 1200GS.To me, it sums up
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