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2017 SSR Buccaneer Cafe Review

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then SSR most really be trying to suck up to the Italians. First it was the Razkull 125, the miniature playbike that looks like someone stuck a Ducati Monster 796 in the dryer for too long. Now it’s this, the SSR Buccaneer Cafe, which resembles another Italian: the Moto Guzzi V7 II Stornello. Look at the similarities in the picture below: red frame, white tank, wire-spoke wheels, cafe styling, mini windscreen, number plates, fork gaiters, pseudo-knobby tires. Heck, both even have V-Twin engines, though they’re mounted in different orientations. Battle Of The [...]

Corbin Announces Dual Saddle For 2017 Honda Grom

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Begin Press Release: New Product Alert  Corbin Dual Saddle for 2017 Honda Grom   Hollister, CA – Corbin saddles enhancing the ride and comfort is what we are all about.   We start by crafting a seat using our high-density Comfort Cell foam. Comfort Cell retains resiliency and doesn’t crush down like the stock foam so we can build a lower seating platform. This gives you good ground reach and balanced riding position. We were also sure to neutralize the seating position to help curb sliding forward in the saddle.This seat gives you more square inches of body contact and firm support for [...]

Yamaha R1 Gets New Yoshimura Alpha-T 3/4 Race System

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Yoshimura knows the YamahaYZF-R1. With feed back from racers around the world including the Westby Yamalube team, we have built a masterpiece Alpha-T 3/4 race system that makes the new 998cc Yamaha R1 come alive! As soon as you install our new AlphaT 3/4 race system you will notice the one of a kind sound that the Yamaha crossplane engine and Yoshimuras Alpha T muffler make – pure music! Peak horsepower is up almost 5HP and peak torque is improved by almost 5lbs. with the new Alpha T 3/4 system. Great weight savings are realized as well: Over 12 pounds [...]

Aprilia Making RSV4 With MotoGP Technology Available To The Public

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Just in time for the holidays, Aprilia has announced it will be making its most advanced version of the RSV4 – the RSV4 R FW-GP – available to a select few (read: the uber-wealthy). In continuing with the Factory Works program Aprilia Racing launched last year to provide deep-pocketed customers with race-worthy RSV4s in both Superstock and Superbike trims to conform to national and international race organizations, the FW-GP represents the ultimate in Aprilia Racing technology that’s currently available to the public. The RSV4 FW-GP builds upon the RSV4 R-FW SBK machine, itself fitted with top-shelf Öhlins suspension, forged wheels, [...]

Thrustcycle Bumble Bee – What Trickery Is This?

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Apparently, gyro cars have been around for decades, in one form or another, but have failed to go mainstream largely due to expensive technological burdens. With increasingly affordable gyroscope technology it seems as though, like it or not, self-balancing two-wheelers (some fully enclosed, others not) is a futuristic certainty. Troy Siahaan looked at the future of electric and self-balancing vehicles way back in 2012 in his report on the EV Live Oregon event, and Gabe Ets-Hokin more recently in his Skidmarks column Start Me Up. Both of those included Lit Motors, the San Francisco-based company with, at least, a website impressive enough [...]

New Rizoma Accessories For BMW R NineT Scrambler

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Press Release from Rizoma: Following the successful release of its accessory line for the BMW R nineT in 2015, Rizoma now introduces an expanded line of accessories designed specifically for the new R nineT Scrambler. The new accessories include a Headlight Fairing with billet aluminum adapters; Cross Bar for the standard handlebar; Front Fender with Fork Stabilizer that matches the Rear Fender; LED Fog Auxiliary Lights with aluminum covers; supports for back and side bags; and extra protection for off-road excursions in the form of headlight protection, and engine protection bars with replaceable aluminum sliders. Adjustability is always a nice [...]

Energica Obtains Sales License In California

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Energica announced new achievements for the development of its sales network. The first one is an important step towards the American EV market: the US division of the company, Energica Motor Company Inc., finally got the sales license for the State of California, the main market for electric vehicles. As previously reported in the half year Financial Report dated June 30th, the US government procedures were slowing down the business operations. Thanks to this license, Energica can finally record sales of its vehicles in California. Customers can now get their own bikes with license plate at Energica’s Redwood facility and [...]

2017 Victory Octane Unveiling

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Muscle bikes are as American as, well, the V-Twin engine. Both are elemental designs stripped down to their bare essentials. Victory Motorcycles has chosen to combine the two in the new Octane to create its vision of the future of American Muscle. Going against the image that muscle bikes need to have huge engines, the Octane steps onto the scene with a mere 1179cc displacement. Victory Motorcycles Releases Octane Teaser Video And Unveiling Date MO has been covering the development of the Octane with much interest since the first sightings of the Victory-updated Indian Scout engine in the Project 156 [...]

Church Of MO – 2001 Power Cruiser Comparo

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2001 Power Cruiser Comparo In search of enlightenment and two-wheeled bliss. By MO Staff Nov. 01, 2001 Torrance, California, November 1, 2001 We haven’t picked a rational winner for a major shootout so far this year. What fun is that? If you just want to read the OEM’s marketing hype, draw up a spreadsheet and pick a new bike without any real-world input — for instance, actually riding and living with the bikes — well, what are you doing here? We like to keep shootout bikes for a couple months, letting their features and flaws seep into our collective consciousness [...]

The BMW G310R Versus The World

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With BMW’s announcement that it will be producing a small-displacement, single-cylinder motorcycle – the G310R – aimed at newer riders and available come the latter stages of 2016, the German marque has signaled to everyone that it’s aiming at world domination. And if you’re familiar with South Park or internet memes, I’m imagining the plan goes a little something like this: Step one: Lure new riders with the G310R. Step two: After a while, move them up to the G650, F700, or F800 models. Step three: Move them up again to the RnineT, R1200 or S1000 line. Step four: Finish [...]