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Jun 11

AGV / GP-TECH Limited Edition Faces


Valentino Rossi had a nasty crash in FP2 on Mugello circuit in season 2010. Vale suffered a broken right tibia, and was off the race track for 4 Grand Prix’. And now, he wanted to thank everybody who helped him and stood his side in hard times. There are singers Jovanotti, Cesare Cremonini, and Vasco Rossi, soccer star Marco Materazzi, comedian Paolo Cevoli (who appears in many commercials), his father Graziano, team manager Davide Brivio, and old friend Uccio. But Valentino being one of the greatest, he didn’t put only the famous people on the helmet. On there are some virtually unknown people to everybody but Vale, his daily friends and workmates. We would certainly look for this helmet to become a part of our collection. Price is not important for something like this but we will mention it : $800 Continue reading →


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Jun 11

NEWS / 2012 Husqvarna Nuda 900R


This is the new 2012 Husqvarna Nuda 900R street bike that we’ve been waiting for a while. With it’s distinctive all we gotta do now is to wait and see how will it perform on the street. And the receipt for fun goes something like this. Husqvarna is connected to BMW, we all know that. The power plant was borrowed of the BMW F800GS (parallel-twin) and increased in displacement to 900cc making over 100hp! With 385 lbs of dry weight – this will be one big bad @ss huligan bike – to toss around the country B roads. Enjoy the full gallery after the jump. Continue reading →


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Jun 11

BMW K1600R Six-Cylinder Naked Bike Rumors


New rumors say that BMW is about to introduce a new naked bike based on the six-cylinder straight engine. The 1600cc inline six is currently residing in the 1600GT/GTL tourer, but we found it strange that the concept for the touring bike was a street naked bike. Six cylinder engine in K1600GT has 13hp less then the straight four in K1300R, but we are sure that BMW will squeeze some more juice out from the new lump. Continue reading →


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Jun 11

Pikes Peak / On-Board with Chip Yates’s


If you haven’t heard about Chip Yates so far, the story goes like this: Chip though and build one of the fastest electric bikes in the world. With 241HP, it was the most powerful motorcycle to participate in iconic Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. 12.42 miles and 156 turns later, Chip Yates finished the famous mountain course in 12 minutes 50.1 seconds. Pikes Peak will be completely paved for its 90th running in 2012, and this will allow Chip to go even faster. Click the jump button for the full coverage of this epic ride.  Continue reading →


27
Jun 11

Michael Jackson Hayabusa


Some personalities will always be around, and they will never leave us. Even two years after his death, the memory of one of the biggest pop icons in the world ever, is still alive in hearts of millions of fans. His music will stay for ever and his videos will be airing for years to come. One of the keen motorcyclists wanted to pay a homage to Michael Jackson by painting all of the highlights from Michaels carrier on Hayabusa’s fairing – and he didn’t missed a single spot. We are not sure if we would do the same – but we need to pay respect to this creative individual. Continue reading →


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Jun 11

Caution / Kawasaki Vulcan 900 Recall


If you are an owner of the 2011 Kawasaki Vulcan 900, please go and visit your local diller. There is a possibility that the inner tire tube is pinched while installed, causing a possible damage, tire puncture and the tire air pressure loss. The loss of the air pressure can result in crash. 436 units have been affected so far. Ride Safe. Continue reading →


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Jun 11

Photo of the Day / 2012 Ducati Superbike 1199 / Headlights


This in not the prototype or a disguised test models. No, it’s not the graphical interpretation either. It’s the real thing. Meet the (headlights for now) of a new Ducati 1199, the biggest technological breakthrough in the last two decades of Ducati’s history. Let’s put things in perspective: new revolutionary frame (not trellis anymore), new suspension, clutch and much more. It will be 20lbs (8kg) lighter than a 1198 model and it will have 20HP more!. If you would ask us – we would call it “SuperQuadrata” as we think it’s a kick @ss name – but Ducati is thinking to call it Xtreme. NO, Ducati…don’t Continue reading →


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Jun 11

Apparel / Triumph Cruiser New Collection


If you want to have that “Brit-rocker Attitude” then you shouldn’t miss the latest Triumph Cruiser collection. Heavily influenced by the British Rock from the 60′s and 70′s – it creates just the right amount of style that can be appealing to everybody. Whether you will wear it is just for a quick spin around the block, or for a summer cruise, Triumph Cruiser Collection will make you feel everytime special. Continue reading →


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Jun 11

Ben Spies first for the first time / Assen TT / MotoGP


Is this going to boost Ben’s confidence??? Are we going the get one more rider worthy of the top position!??
Texan Ben Spies chose to kick off Yamaha’s 50th Anniversary of Grand Prix Racing in style today, delivering a flawless performance at the Assen TT to claim his first ever MotoGP race win. Spies had been on form all weekend delivering consistent fast race pace in all sessions whether wet or dry and been beaten to pole by a mere 0.009 seconds by Marco Simoncelli. A great start saw him leading the race from the first corner, quickly building a sizeable gap to Casey Stoner in chase which he held and extended to over 7.6 seconds by the chequered flag. The victory was all the sweeter for being delivered riding in the special red and white livery used this weekend to mark the anniversary celebrations. Continue reading →


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Jun 11

Rossi and Nicky fourth and fifth at Assen / Good Enough?


Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden earned fourth and fifth places, respectively, in the Dutch TT on a day marked by difficult weather conditions, with cold temperatures resulting in a number of early crashes. The warm-up session was wet, but the track began to dry out before the race, and the MotoGP riders changed their setups on the grid and replaced their rain tyres with slicks. Valentino Rossi quickly advanced from eleventh position to fourth, thanks to a strong start and a good feeling with his bike, while Hayden posted his best dry result of the season. Continue reading →