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
wheeled out last year's Super Tenere Worldcrosser concept once again, but compared to the concept bike fests that previous Tokyo shows have been, this year is a damp squib.
WE'VE already brought you the official studio images of Honda's concept bike offerings for the Tokyo show but these shots taken in the show halls themselves give a better perspective – particularly on the beautiful RC-E electric sports bike
NEXT month's Tokyo Motor Show only happens every other year and it's always been the traditional home of the wackiest of concept bikes from the big Japanese manufacturers.We're guessing Yamaha has got something up its sleeve, since it's just
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
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...
, giving a claimed a maximum power output of around 20bhp (is that all? -Ed).The video clearly shows how the HV-X uses battery power at low speeds, bringing the petrol-powered motor into the equation once underway.It's a clever idea that we reckon
IF YOU'VE never been to the Tokyo show before, let me tell you this: you’re missing nowt.‘You picked a bad year to come,’ said the Yamaha designer and he was spot on. Three halls of mainly Japanese car manufacturers and lots of empty spaces wasn
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
CB1100R - tasty or what...FEAST YOUR eyes on Honda's latest lineup of prototypes, pre release scheduled for display at the 40th Tokyo Motor Show, which runs from Saturday, October 27 to Sunday, November 11, 2007.Both the CB1100R and F models have a
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