HONDA INDIA has unveiled the company's new 2011 CB Unicorn 150 Dazzler.Priced at just Rs.62,900 (£971) the Dazzler comes with the latest 150cc emission-friendly engine and five-speed transmission. Honda India Motorcycle President and CEO Shinji Aoyama said the company would launc...
CALLING ALL teenagers: this is the 2011 Aprilia RS4 - a four-stroke, single cylinder 125cc race replica destined for UK shores next year.Boasting big-bike features, like a race-bred aluminium frame, 41mm upside down forks, asymmetric swingarm, four
Moriwaki's stunning MD 250HIT'S THE day for terrific race-oriented machines, and here's the first pictures of the Moriwaki MD 250H.A racebike built around a four-stroke motocross engine by the Japanese special bike builder.The bike is being put
MOTO3 REGS for the 125 replacement class were released at Valencia, with the GP Commission finalising technical regulations for the 250 single-cylinder four-strokes.The new series, due to start in 2012, restricts maximum bore size to 81 mm. Other
TWO-STROKES will be phased out of MotoGP and the new rules for the four-stroke class will be unveiled at the French MotoGP round this weekend.Early reports suggest that the new class will comprise of four-stroke 600cc machines, taking MotoGP even
17" rims complete with sticky road rubber.Expect 14bhp from the single cylinder four-stroke and a top speed slightly in excess of 70mph.
into the four-stroke category, their heritage in GP dictated that their interests lay in two-strokes, but what was more left-field than Aprilia's entry? The engine they chose to power it; a 990cc triple.Designed to offer the best blend of power and low weight
.Read’s 1974 500cc World Championship victory was the last year a four-stroke won the world title before the advent of the MotoGP class in 2002. Giacomo Agostini won the crown from Yamaha in 1975, followed by Suzuki-mounted Barry Sheene in '76 and '77.The
Since 1993, more than 100,000 RS 125 two stroke bikes have been manufactured around the world. Aprilia are still making this legendary learner legal for the foreseeable future, but with 2-strokes sadly dying a slow death they need a four stroke
BRITISH COMPANY FTR MOTO is to produce machinery for the new Moto2, four-stroke World Championship class andwill contest this year’s Spanish Championship as part of the development programme.The UK company, already a racing motorcycle constructor
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