The 38th Tokyo Motorcycle Show, due to open Friday 25th March, has been cancelled.Rolling blackouts across the city, continued aftershocks and transport chaos make it impossible to continue show preparations, and the sensitive social situation has
's idea of a dependable partner for people who love motorcycles and the outdoor life.”Then there's the Y125 Moegi, which looks rather like a 1950s pushbike with a 125cc single shoehorned into the frame. According to Yamaha; “Besides its appeal as a
THIS IS THE movie used by Yamaha to open the Tokyo Motor Show.The theme seems to be dominated by the little eco bikes and things with pedals (urgh!) but there's the 2010 R1, V-Max and the odd glimpse of parts ot the Super Tenere concept in there
.The Tokyo Motor Show will take place at Tokyo Big Sight from Saturday 3 December to Sunday 11 December 2011.
A BIT OF a walk-around video for you from Yamaha's stand at this year's Tokyo Show, Japan.Some funky-looking, futuristic machines appear in the clip; it makes you wonder what some of us will be silently whistling around on in 3o years from now.Enjoy...
WE showed you leaked images of a new Honda Motocompo months ago and now Honda has confirmed that just such a bike is coming to the Tokyo show which opens on December 3.Weirdly, though, the concept pictures the firm has released don't match up
WHEN we saw Yamaha's pre-show releases – the XTW250 Ryoku and Y125 Moegi, plus a couple of electric mopeds – we guessed that the firm had something more spectacular up its sleeve that it was holding back to reveal at the show itself.We guessed wrong
WE'RE AT the Tokyo Motor Show and arguably one of the most achingly beautiful machines on display at this year's event isn't destined for UK shores.Honda's retro-cool CB1100 isn't earmarked for UK buyers, a company source told us at the show
HERE'S HONDA'S official video showing their new retro-cool CB1100 roadster.The bike went on official display for the first time at this year's Tokyo Motor show. Visordown was at the Japanese extravaganza and we were told, by a Honda official
HONDA'S main new production bike to debut at next month's Tokyo Show is this, the CRF250L.Forget the old air-cooled 223cc single that used to carry that name, this is a road-going enduro-style bike that carries the same 22bhp engine as the new CBR
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