Image Image Image Image Image

2019 February

12

Feb

Triumph Daytona returns with 765 engine

  • By cannonball

Triumph have developed an all-new Daytona using the 765 engine first debuted in their Street Triple, an evolution of which will be used in Moto2 from this season onwards. While speculation has been rife that the Moto2 project would pave the way for the return of the Daytona, these pictures are the first proof that Triumph does have a road bike waiting in the wings.

Source: www.motorcyclenews.com

08

Feb

Triumph Reveal All-New Rocket TFC Factory Custom

  • By cannonball

riumph have confirmed that the second model in the new TFC range will be based on a Rocket. With no such model in the current range, as it was killed off two years ago by Euro4 emissions regulations, this also confirms MCN’s recent speculation that a new Triumph Rocket launch is on the horizon.

Source: www.motorcyclenews.com

Thoughts on this new Triumph?

07

Feb

MotoGP: Marquez silences injury doubts by topping Sepang test

  • By cannonball

Marc Marquez has silenced doubts about his fitness ahead of the 2019 MotoGP season by topping the first day of pre-season testing action at the Sepang circuit. The Repsol Honda rider has been battling to reach full fitness ahead of the start of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery in December, but showed his fitness with a lunchtime lap time to end the day a quarter of a second ahead of Alex Rins.

Source: www.motorcyclenews.com

06

Feb

First Look: 2019 KTM 690 SMC R 

  • By cannonball

It has been a while since KTM offered a supermoto motorcycle, so we are pleased to see the 2019 KTM 690 SMC R to go along with the all-new KTM 690 Enduro R dual-sport motorcycle. Let’s take a look at what KTM’s supermoto entry has to offer.

Source: ultimatemotorcycling.com

05

Feb

MotoGP: Monster sponsorship gives new look to Yamahas

  • By cannonball

The addition of Monster Energy as title sponsor to the 2019 Yamaha M1 has given the bike a radical new look for the season ahead, with black joining the blue as the Monster claw takes over from the old Movistar logo. The bikes were unveiled today by Valentino Rossi and Maverick Viñales in a ceremony in Indonesian capital Jakarta, just days before they’re set to take to track for the first time at Malaysia’s Sepang circuit for the first pre-season test of the year.

Source: www.motorcyclenews.com

What is your opinion on the new Yamaha M1? #MotoGP