CHECK THIS footage of the world's first electric road legal supermoto, courtesy of Zero Motorcycles.If you want to know more about this 100kg, 60mph machine then click on the link below for the full story.
A GREAT video for you here: Check out this pair of racer aces, David Checa and Dani Ribalta mucking around on Supermotos, doing things like backing it in and getting their elbow down - stuff that we'd all spend the rest of our lives trying to learn
SOME NIFTY footage of KTM's 2010 Freeride ebike in action, both on dirt on on road.Leaked pictures of the lightweight supermoto and dirtbike were revealed by Visordown earlier this week.It's estimated the new machines will cost around £9500 when
WE'VE ALREADY brought you pics and fulls specs for the 2011 Aprilia Dorsoduro and now here's a video of the 1200cc V-twin supermoto in action.With a claimed 130bhp and traction control from the company's RSV4 superbike, the 2011 super-duper moto
USING RIDING techniques better suited to a supermoto than a 300kg, 2300cc cruiser, Triumph appear to be attempting to create a whole new market for their Rocket III Roadster in this new promotional video, released yesterday.In a no expense spared
JUST WHEN we thought two-stroke motorcycles were fast approaching extinction along comes Swedish manufacturer Husaberg with the company's first-ever smokers for 2011.Husaberg, made famous by their breed of race-ready four-stroke off
control and crash.Down in London, they use KTM supermotos and get away. Up in Northampton, they choose Vespa and don't.
habitat. I'll report back tomorrow afternoon.In the meantime, enjoy the video. And in Gary Mason's defence (that's him on the ZX-6R), he was testing a new prototype tyre that didn't leave him with much confidence... sorry for the supermoto style block
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