Lambo-inspired motorcycle, concocted by talented Romanian designer Laurentiu Trifescu. Dubbed the 'Caramelo', the bike supposedly takes heavy styling cues from Ducati's 1198. But instead of using a V-twin motor to power the angular-looking sportsbike
Segway scooter uses Stirling engine technology SEGWAY the company known for their innovative approach to alternative-fuel two-wheelers have come up with a new idea for a hybrid electric scooter. Segway's latest idea uses a Stirling engine
tank and a will retail at $14,495. Sadly, the bike will only be available in the USA.What do you think of that paintjob then?
SWEDISH COMPANY Husaberg have unveiled three new bikes which will feature in the company's 2010 line-up.The FE 390, FX 450 off-roaders and FS 570 Supermoto are all-new machines from Husaberg featuring the company's new 70-degree single cylinder
PIAGGIO CHAIRMAN Roberto Colaninno yesterday unveiled the corporation's business strategy for the next three years, with plans for Aprilia to develop a number of middleweight sportsbikes. In Europe Colaninno said the company will focus on accentuating the different brand name mis...
Martini Ducati 1098S ... looks freshMARTINI paints jobs always go down good. Much better than the drink itself, that's for sure.Check out this one-off Ducati 1098S by North California Ducati dealers Hattar Motorsports. The first official Martini Racing paintjob was in 1968, when ...
Existing GSX-R750 motor will power new GSR - © Photomontage Jérôme Vannesson A 750CC version of Suzuki's popular GSR600 naked is to hit our shores in 2010 - and this is what our friends on the continent think it may look like.It's rumoured the GSR
Could this be BMW's first electric machine? BMW ARE rumoured to have an electric-powered scooter in the pipeline for 2011 and here's what design guru Oberdan Bezzi thinks it may look like.Piaggio recently unveiled their new hybrid MP3 - a plug
Photomontage Jérôme Vannesson - MotoRevue THERE'S AN ALL-NEW version of Kawasaki's popular Z1000 rumoured to be released next year and this is what it might look like, according to the guys at French mag MotoRevue.Sources say the new machine
Yamaha have relased images of the 2010 V-Max and the only difference is that it's available in red. Oh, that and we expect there's going to be a hike in price - although we've had no official word from Yamaha UK - the V-Max has been selling well and with the good old pound not be...
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