How fitting that Suzuki chose Rome as the venue to launch the 2008 Hayabusa - after all, neither were built in a day. Suzuki have made us wait a full nine years for an update on the original 173bhp 194mph heavyweight hypertourer. Time, and the official test launch in September (w...
The new 2008 HayabusaHOW fitting Suzuki chose Rome as the venue to launch the 2008 Hayabusa - after all, neither were built in a day. Suzuki have made us wait a full nine years for an update on the original 173bhp 194mph heavyweight hypertourer. Time, and the official test launch...
in to the year releasing a selection of motorcycles that add a diverse range of bike genre to their line-up. Whereas most of the Japanese manufacturers have continued with their stable, Honda unveiled the new VFR tourer and somewhat unnecessary and gear (un
Consider this a technical spot-the-difference, but with the unveiling of the latest Desmosedici it appeared that new model hadn't changed drastically from the previous GP10. Ducati engineer Filippo Preziosi detailed the changes and now seeing
either.. The bike's styling came in for so much stick when it was unveiled in 1994 that it was taken back to the drawing board and re-designed twice over the next four years. But ugly is as ugly does and when it was unveiled again in 1996 and 1998
Reynolds...extensive testing on the new B-KingFORMER BSB champion, John Reynolds, was present at Suzuki's 2008 model launch in Rome, where the company unveiled the new Hayabusa and long-awaited B-King. The Nottinghamshire racer, who's still involved
. In 1999 he unveiled the F4 750. Many believe that if he hadn't left Ducati this would have been the next 916, rather than the 999.Click here for page two of Ducati 916 - the bike, the legend
with racing. It was used by the world's press to describe a revolutionary new bike unveiled by Honda at the end of the swinging Sixties.The Beatles were still together, Elvis wasn't fat yet and a new decade was looming which would lead to more fashion
the technology.In 1992 the GTS was announced and Yamaha deemed it so important it had two launches. Launch one... and our very own Grant Leonard is whisked to Hotel Don Carlos down in Marbella. Next is a four-day 'unveiling', involving a £100k laser show
after the Desmosedici RR was unveiled, and the major shareholding was transferred to Italian investment company Investindustrial. With an amazing new roadbike on its way and the company back in Italian hands, from the outside everything looked rosy
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