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2017 November

30

Nov

Honda Recalls Certain CBR1000RR and CBR1000RR SP Sportbikes For Faulty Fuel Tank Cap Seal

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THE RECALL: Honda (American Honda Motor Co.) is recalling certain 2017 Honda CBR1000RR and CBR1000RR SP motorcycles. There may be a gap between the fuel tank cap seal and the fuel filler neck which can allow water to enter the fuel tank.

Source: www.motorcyclistonline.com

Do you have a #CBR1000RR? You may need to send it back… #Honda Recall

29

Nov

Five Of Our Favorite Motorcycles Of 2017 That Just Missed The Ten Best

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If only! True, you can buy this one for about $50K, and it is a killer middleweight, but it’s not a Best Middleweight Streetbike. Best Standard? Superbike? Pretty super, but not quite appropriate. Still, this is one of the best-performing, compact, lightweight motor­cycles ever made. It also dominated its first season racing in American Flat Track Twins class with a crushing championship victory in the capable hands of Jared Mees. Indian, we and the rest of your fans are dreaming of lights and a license plate.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Which #motorcycle is your favourite?

28

Nov

Reviewing Arch Motorcycle’s 2015 KRGT-1—From The Cockpit

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Reviewing the Arch KRGT-1 from the cockpit for more than 1,000 miles on this epic $78,000 V-twin motorcycle.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Interesting review. #ArchMotorcycle

27

Nov

The 2018 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R SE Reads The Road Faster Than You Can

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Electronic suspension with manual adjustability makes the 2018 ZX-10R SE one of the hottest superbikes that will hit showrooms.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Wow…. 

26

Nov

Honda Teases CB4 Interceptor Concept

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Dear Honda, why do you tease us so? First you go ballistic on the Africa Twin, endowing it with more off-road capability and a retro paint scheme, now you give us this: the CB4 Interceptor. Honda, just when we think you’ve let the Accord designers take over the drawing board, you remind us why we fell in love with you in the first place.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Thoughts on this concept? #Honda 

24

Nov

Yamaha’s 2018 Tracer 900 GT Is The FJ-09 We’ve Always Wanted

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The 2018 Yamaha Tracer 900 GT gets higher-spec components and touring-minded accessories.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Thoughts on this motorcycle? #Yamaha #Tracer900GT

23

Nov

2018 Yamaha XSR700 First Ride Review

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For 2018, Yamaha has dressed up the MT-07 in vintage-style clothing to create XSR700.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Thumbs up or Thumbs down? #YamahaXSR700

23

Nov

Indian Unveils Street-Legal FTR1200 Custom Race-Ready Flat-Tracker With A Plate

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Indian Motorcycle has just unveiled a street-legal “custom,” combining its winning chrome-moly flat-track chassis with the 100-plus-horsepower 1,133cc Scout motor. It’s the bike many of us have been begging Indian for, and now—while we have no word of any production model coming down the pike—the Minnesota manufacturer has just given us hope that we might someday see this beast become a reality.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Wow! #Indian #FTR1200 

22

Nov

The 2018 KTM 790 Duke Is Finally Here To Destroy Any And All Pavement In Your Path

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KTM has been teasing us with glimpses of the new 790 Duke for the past year, but the wait is finally over. The Austrian street destroyer was just unveiled at the EICMA show in Milan, Italy; now ready for public (and tire) consumption.

The KTM 790 Duke is built around an all-new and ultra-compact LC8c parallel-twin engine, which KTM claims produces 103 hp at 9,000 rpm and 63.6 pound-feet of torque at 8,000 rpm. That 100 hp and a claimed dry weight of 372 pounds (probably 415 or so full of fuel) make KTM’s claims that this new bike is “the ultimate street weapon” seem pretty spot-on.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

How tempting… #KTM790Duke

21

Nov

The World’s Best Sportbikes Updated For 2018 To Get Even Better

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Yamaha’s R1 1,000cc-class sportbike has been our favorite literbike since it received a massive overhaul for the 2015 model year. But that doesn’t mean Yamaha is resting on its laurels, instead revising the R1 and R1M with just a few minor tweaks that will bring about big improvements for 2018.

Source: www.cycleworld.com

Which #Superbike will you be riding in #2018?