Dark brown paint is just plain wrong on any bikeIt's all in the detailing...apparentlyNAIL OF THE WEEK brings you a rather choice 1990 CBR1000 streetfighter, found once again on eBay.The bike's based on the all-enclosed CBR1000 sports tourer from
for exports to Europe and Southeast Asia.Production at the plant is mainly motorcycles with 100-150 cc engines, but Kawasaki Heavy plans to shift the production focus to entry-level sports models with engines up to 250 cc, the spokesman said.
Buell 1125R...sleek design and new Rotax engineUS BIKE manufacturer Buell has unveiled its new high-tech sport bike, the 2008 1125R, armed with an engine built by Rotax - not Harley-Davidson. The Buell 1125R Helicon engine is a new 1,125cc, double
sports bikes and treating the roads like a race track."
series called Adrenaline Junkie, where he takes part in extreme sports such as skydiving, rock climbing and bungee jumping.Is Ozzy right? Does riding a motorbike present a bigger danger than jumping out of an aeroplane?
the new developments of its 600cc cousin with the addition of a powerful digital engine management system, sporting a 32-bit processor.The GSX1300R Hayabusa takes on a new look with a 194bhp engine, complete with adjustable 3-way power altering system
respect to a great Australian sport and its achievements."Mick Doohan's Motocoaster takes riders from 0-72km/hr in a few short seconds by way of a hydraulic system that powers 46 rubber tyres along the launch track. It is the first motorcycle roller
and the ways in which riders can help minimise the effects of their sport on the wildlife, the landscape and other users."The free leaflet is available at petrol stations and cafes in the national park.
and Honda. Femmoto was started by Bonnie Strawser in 2002 as a sport bike event for experienced female riders, but the mix has broadened significantly to include other types of riding and experience levels."There are over a million female bikers in the US
, unclassified county roads and it sets out the legal issues involved and the ways in which riders can help minimise the effects of their sport.The leaflet can be obtained from some petrol stations and cafÃ©s in and around the National Park and on the website
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